by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 28, 2010)
We can easily tell when our headlights or taillights stop working; after all it is pretty easy to see when they don't come on when they are supposed to. Fixing those lights is almost as easy as it is to check them. The lights that can actually be more problematic are those found on the dashboard.
The lights on the dashboard are designed to let us know when there is something wrong with the engine. From the engine's performance to the oil pressure, these lights are an important safety feature of your car. You can examine your lights by simply following this simple how-to. In the long run doing this is going to help you save some serious money, as well as any possible embarrassment.
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