Check Engine Light Reset - Fault/s advice to avoid unnecessary bills

essex all areas £20.00

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Posted
1341 days ago

Description

www.resetenginelight.co.uk

About us

Does the little check engine light on your dashboard light up?

It may be telling you vital information about your car, that if not attended to right away could result in a significant repair. On the other hand it may indicate something really simple such as a loose gas cap. How do you normally tell what it means? You take your car to the repair shop or automotive dealer, fork out £50 – £100 so that they can tell you what is wrong. You may still need to do this, but not always.

Services

We will show / tell you what's the problem in your car and clear the code and recommend you a reliable garage or a professional mechanic to save you loads of money and time.

But don't throw your wallet in the street just yet. There are also plenty of little things that can make the Check Engine light come on, and many are easily corrected.

We have years of experience to help you get the job done.

Cost
We will charge you £20.00 per vehicle (From 1996) and if we come to you we will advice about our charges depending on the distance. NO SERVICE NO FEE

Ad ID: 111407409

Stay Safe

  • "Meet face to face, never send payment for items you've not seen"
  • "If an ad or reply sounds too good to be true, it probably is"
  • "Use the 'Reply to ad' button for your safety and privacy"
  • "Don't reply to email addresses hidden in text and pictures"
  • "Beware of fake Gumtree, eBay or escrow sites and invoices"
  • "Don't carry large sums of money with you when meeting up"
  • "Tell others when/where you're going to trade, and bring a friend"
  • "Don't ship items - always trade face to face"
  • "Don't use Paysafe, Ukash or Western Union for Gumtree trades"
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