About Brake Warning Light is on Inspection
Brake warning light is on inspection Dashboard lights serve an important role in keeping our vehicles safe. When something is not working correctly, a corresponding dash light will illuminate letting even those without mechanical knowledge know that there may be an issue. When the braking system in your vehicle is working incorrectly, your brake warning light will come on. Consult your owners manual for more information about which brake light is illuminated as some vehicles have separate lights for brakes, ABS system and emergency brake. It is important to know what you are dealing with before proceeding. What could be the issue that requires a brake warning light is on inspection? You see an illuminated light on your dashboard of an exclamation point in a circle Your ABS light is illuminatedYour brake light is shining yellow, orange or red Common reasons for this to happen include worn out brake pads, low brake fluid or even an emergency brake that remains engaged. Your vehicle’s braking system is not something to leave to chance. If you notice that your vehicle’s brakes are not working as intended or if a light is illuminated on the dash, it is best to schedule an appointment with a GoWrench mechanic right away. What to expectYour certified mechanic will arrive during your scheduled time slotYour GoWrench mechanic will inspect all components of the braking system to find the culprit Your GoWrench mechanic will provide detailed feedback on your issue How will your mobile mechanic perform an brake warning light is on inspection? Your certified GoWrench Mechanic may have to raise your vehicle for better access to the issue Your certified GoWrench Mechanic will examine all components of the braking system Your certified GoWrench Mechanic will examine the wheels for uneven wear due to braking problems Once completed, your certified GoWrench Mechanic will provide a detailed description of the issue and next steps. How important is having a brake light is on inspection? Anything to do with the brakes on your vehicle should be inspected immediately. Your braking system is not something with which you’d like to play a game of chicken. If your brakes are not working as you’d expect them to - or your brake light is illuminated, it is in your best interest to contact GoWrench for a brake warning light is on inspection right away.