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Everything You Need To Know About The Check Engine Light - Where, When, How

Everything You Need To Know About The Check Engine Light - Where, When, How

The check engine light is a familiar sight to any vehicle owner. It's that pesky little indicator on your dashboard that can cause immediate anxiety when it illuminates. But have you ever wondered why and when the check engine light was created? Understanding the history behind the check engine light can help us appreciate its significance in diagnosing and resolving potential issues with our vehicles.    The Birth of the Check Engine Light The check engine light, also known as the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), was introduced as a standard feature in vehicles in the early 1980s. It was a response to the increasing complexity of car engines and the need for an efficient diagnostic system. Before the check engine light, diagnosing engine problems relied heavily on manual inspections and mechanical expertise.    The Purpose of the Check Engine Light The primary purpose of the check engine light is to alert drivers ... read more

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