TSC Ford Specialist, Englewood Colorado

If your check engine is on, the experts at TSC Ford Specialist in Englewood will diagnose and repair your Ford car, truck, SUV or minivan. First, check your gas cap which is the easiest culprit to fix. Otherwise, don’t delay repair since a Ford check engine light problems could be something more serious like your catalytic converter. The longer you wait, the bigger and most costly an issue could become.

FYI: If your check engine light is steady, it’s likely not an emergency. However, if the light is blinking, come directly to TSC Ford Specialist for immediate repair.

No matter where you live in the Denver metro, our Englewood shop is a quick drive away. And our ASE certified technicians have the latest Ford engine diagnostic equipment to quickly find and fix any issue that might be causing your Ford truck or car to throw the light, such as:

  • Air flow sensor
  • Head gasket
  • Camshaft and crankshaft sensors
  • Canister purge solenoid
  • Catalytic converter failure
  • EGR solenoids
  • Engine coolant sensor
  • EVAP solenoid or purge control valve
  • Fuel injectors
  • Fuel pump
  • Idle speed motor
  • Oxygen (O2) sensor
  • Spark plugs and ignition coils
Check engine light repair

For help with Ford check engine light problems, give us a call to schedule your appointment.

Deciphering Check Engine Light Codes

When you bring your vehicle to us, we’ll plug in a scanner to retrieve a code that points to what part or system is having a problem. Here’s a quick breakdown.

Digit #1 is a letter: B=Body, C=Chassis, P=Powertrain, U=Network

Digit #2: 0 is a generic code, 1 is a manufacturer’s code

Digit #3: Subsystem

  • 1 – Fuel and air metering, such as mass airflow sensor or throttle body
  • 2 – Fuel and air metering injection circuit, typically points to the fuel injectors
  • 3 – Ignition system, might be a bad spark plug or faulty coil
  • 4 – Auxiliary emissions controls, could be the EVAP system or other emissions issue
  • 5 – Vehicle speed controls and idle control system, likely a valve or sensor
  • 6 – Computer output circuit, this focuses on the ECM and car computer
  • 7 or 8 – Transmission, requires a scan of the transmission for further diagnosis

Digit #4 & #5: Points to the specific area and faults detected in the subsystem