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Jan 15
Typical car vehicle

Management Indicator Light

If you have arrived at this page on our Website, then there is a chance that you vehicle is showing the engine management light. Also known as the management indicator light, or electronic diagnostics light, it can mean only one thing.... the on-board computer monitoring your engine or transmission has identified a problem.

The modern motor vehicle contains many computer modules one of which monitors the engine and transmission via various sensors around the engine bay and on the exhaust system. You may not even notice a problem with the way the vehicle is driving. It may have a misfire, run lumpy or is severely lacking in power. Either way, it is extremely important to have the system checked as soon as possible to rectify any problems which may or may not be apparent. Using the very latest in sophisticated computer diagnostic equipment, we can interrogate your on-board computers to identify were the fault may lie and more importantly, effect a repair to ensure the long term reliability and efficiency of your engine. In the long run, it will save you money.

The regulations associated with current on-board diagnostic (OBD) systems demand very strict monitoring of engine performance at certain intervals. This monitoring entails the diagnosis of any fault which could cause the tailpipe emissions of carbon monoxide, unburned hydrocarbons and oxides of nitrogen to rise above legislated values. In the absence of durable and affordable sensors to monitor the concentrations of these gases on the vehicle, coupled with the extremely low emissions limits imposed by future legislation, complying with OBD requirements is an extremely challenging task.