If your "Check Engine Light" ever comes on in your car, you might want to make sure your gas cap is screwed on properly.
I'm not saying this happened to us. I'm just saying you might want to check it.
Because you might go to the dealership, thinking you will be free and clear because the bumper to bumper warranty on your car doesn't expire until 60K miles, and you are at 55,900. So getting the car checked out shouldn't cost you a dime.
And bumper to bumper means everything right?
It means everything except not screwing the gas cap on. Because that just happens to not be covered under "bumper to bumper" warranty, and not screwing the gas cap on causes a sensor to go off alerting the engine that there is an evaporative leak.
Again, I'm not saying this happened to us. I just don't want it to happen to you.
So if your check engine light turns on, just make sure your gas cap is on tight before you take it in.
Because they just MIGHT charge you $98.
To tell you that your gas cap wasn't on tight.