Warning Lights


Today's vehicles are manufactured with complex inter-related systems. On-board computers continuously monitor and store information concerning the performance of these systems. A warning light comes on because the computer has sensed a signal from one of the systems or components that has gone outside of its normal operating range. The computer then sends a signal to turn on the light to let you know something is wrong!

While warning lights can go on and the car still appears to be driving "fine", ignoring some lights can lead to serious issues, such as engine damage or other component failure. That's why it is recommended to be safe (give yourself peace of mind) and have your car looked at by a certified professional at Lynden Lube and Auto as soon as possible.

Lynden Lube & Auto

8181 Guide Meridian Rd

Lynden, WA 98264

  1. (360)354-7698

  2. (360)354-8236 Fax

lyndenlube@gmail.com


Hours of Business:

Mon - Fri:  8am - 5pm

Sat:  8am - 2pm

Sun:  Closed