The check engine light on your VE commodore is coming on and you do not know why? As these cars have many sensors these days, this light coming on could be for several things. The only way to check it is to use an OBD2 scan tool yourself and work out what the problem is. If you have the tool, it is easy to do it yourself. Or you can just take your car down to your mechanic and pay to find out.
Why VE Commodore Check Engine Light turns on
Faulty Oil Sensor: This is an easy fix and something you could do yourself if you have an OBD2 scan tool to check it.
Battery Not Fully Charged: This can cause many problems with your cars checking system.
Tyre Pressure Low: Pump up the tyres (very easy to do).
Door Jam Sensor: It may be dirty or faulty
Fluid Levels: Top up or change
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Now that is just a short list of the things why a VE Commodore check engine light comes on. There are thousands of options and sensors on these cars, so your best bet is to buy an OBD2 scan tool so you can work out what is wrong.
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