Check Engine Light

Check Engine Light

Whether due to a loose gas cap or a failed catalytic converter, you should have your check engine light inspected by a skilled mechanic. Although you shouldn't ignore any check engine lights on your dashboard, generally speaking, a flashing check engine light is an emergency and continued driving could irreversibly damage the catalytic converter. Bring your car in and Don Brown Automotive & Transmission will diagnose the issue and provide you with the right solution.

 

Modern vehicles equipped with onboard computers monitor and store fault codes when the check engine light comes on that identify which system the computer recognizes has a problem.  Our ASE certified technicians can retrieve these codes with specialized equipment that can communicate with your vehicle's diagnostic system and determine where to look to further diagnose the issue and come up with the best and most cost efficient solution to get you back on the road safely.

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We have ASE Certified Technicians that you can TRUST.  Our goal is to be the local repair shop you rely on to take the best care of all of your automotive repair and service needs.    


Open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m - 6:00 p.m.

3292 McEver Road Suite 101, Buford, GA 

(770) 945-9550