Cars that are released in the last few years have multi-tasking abilities, as they are now a conglomerate of high-tech machines with numerous sensors, integrated to smart technologies. But when it comes to communicate the trouble signs to the users, things are not that straightforward as we are still expecting them to be. The cars are still at the stages of flashing a code that will at the best ask you to check the engine through a light. To take things further you either have to be an expert in understanding the car language or need to install a code reader to decode and identify the issue. Even then, it might not be that easy a task to boil down to the underlying problem. The most frustrating thing in this entire issue is that, several parts that are somehow or other connected to the engine can trigger the light that flash the code check engine, but many other might not react the same way. In that case you need to have a rough idea about the language in which your car speaks to you.

To learn the language we dropped at the service center of the Goldsboro Chevrolet Dealer, and they taught us one thing. That is never to ignore the alerts your car sends you, as that is the mother of all car languages.

  1. Engine Light Checking Alert

When you see this alert flashing at the middle of the dashboard, take it for sure something is really serious, unless the car wouldn’t have stopped you at the middle of your journey. So never ignore it!

  1. Performance

Not every time your car is going to send you formal alerts. Sometimes signs like excessive smoke gushing out from the tailpipe, higher fuel consumption, and inconsistent rpms can be the informal way the car is alerting you. The list can go on with sudden stuttering or untimely stalling,  with some unusual sounds like squealing, clanking grinding, under the hood. These are indicative of serious mechanical issues you can’t afford to ignore.

  1. Foul Smells

Let your nose pick up the clues. Are they smelling something burning or is it disgustingly smelling syrupy sweet in the cabin? Whichever that smells other than normal is something that needs investigation. Behind the smell, there is either something really burning or leaking. Do not take these smells lightly. It won ‘t smell, if things are fine.

The Bottom Line

We can get to the bottom line that says you need to learn the language your car speaks. Be it the alerts its system sends you, or your senses hint at you, you need to pay heed to them. That is for the security of your loved ones and also for the car that you love so dearly.

So, the expert Team Chevrolet of Goldsboro gave us all the basic tips on how to read the indications your car is hinting at you. Other than the routine maintenance what will save you from any untimely damage, is getting an inspection done by a team of professionals, whenever you smack something wrong.