Question about 2005 Skoda Octavia 1.6
The "check engine light" on a vehicle is a generic indicator that some comportment or part of the vehicle is faulty. It could be any one of several components associated with ignition, fuel delivery, emissions, etc. Something as simple as a loose gas cap can trigger a "check engine light" to come on. The vehicle should be scanned with a OBDII scanner to better pin point where the problem is. The scanner will read the vehicle's fault codes, which will indicate what component or what part of the vehicle is not working correctly. I believe places such as Auto Zone or Advance Auto will do a scan for little to no cost. Be aware that these fault codes are general indicators, so before you start replacing parts, it is best to have the vehicle scanned with comprehensive diagnostic equipment to pin point the problem. Those diagnostics are performed by a certified mechanics shop.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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