Services & Mechanics

At Auto Value Certified Service Centers, our mechanics are rigorously trained by professionals to understand your driving experience and to meet your needs and expectations.

Thanks to our wide range of products and auto mechanic services, you’ll benefit from our expertise and skills regardless of your vehicle or circumstances. Plus, our vast network of repair shops across Canada provides peace of mind no matter where you travel.

Indicator lights

Your Dashboard lights shine bright

Modern vehicles are equipped with an increasing number of features and electronics. As a result, they have more indicator lights than ever before. While some are serious warnings, others are simply advisories. It’s important to understand these lights in order to monitor the condition of your vehicle. Red warning lights and flashing light indicate an imminent danger and risk of damage to your car. It’s highly recommended to pull over as soon as it’s safe to do so.

In any case, when a warning light turns on, it’s best to have your vehicle inspected by a specialist before the issue gets worse. Contact your nearest Auto Value Certified Service Centers repair shop to identify and fix the problem. This will ensure you can hit the road worry-free.

Questions & answers

Do I have to know what all my warning lights mean?

It’s not mandatory to know what all your vehicle’s warning lights mean. However, we recommend that you be familiar with the main ones. You’re likely already aware of a few. First off, you should know the meaning of the colours. Red indicates an immediate danger to the vehicle. Pull over somewhere safe and call the nearest auto repair shop or a tow truck. Orange indicates a danger to the safety of the passengers. This advisory shouldn’t be dismissed, as it usually means your vehicle is lacking in something that must be promptly addressed. Finally, indicator lights in other colours are linked to certain functions of your vehicle such as the turning signals.

If you’re unsure about the meaning of a particular warning light, consult your owner’s manual, as each vehicle is different.