Is It Safe To Drive With Check Engine Light On?

If nothing seems to be wrong with the engine, transmission, or the way the car is driving it means that a non-evasive sensor has failed or a simple mechanical failure is present such as a vacuum leak has occurred, you can then continue driving without additional damage to any components.

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