Check Engine Light: What Does It Really Mean?

[I hate grammatical and lexical errors. Check the article carefully or I may reject it right away] Topic: Check Engine Light: What Does It Really Mean? Number of Words: 1000+ Keywords: car diagnostic tool NOTE: – Please provide the google doc link to the content and include any table in the article. – Please follow the IMPORTANT NOTES. The article may be rejected if the writer doesn’t follow the Instructions A. OUTLINE I. INTRODUCTION TO the check engine light II. What Does Check Engine Light Mean? III. Is it safe to drive with the Check Engine Light on IV. What to Do About the Check Engine Light 1. Turn the Check Engine Light Off with an OBD2 Scanner 2. Visit your mechanic B. IMPORTANT NOTES 1. The Outline is the minimum content that should be included in the article. The Writer can add, change, or reorder the headings as a natural logic and make the article the best. 2. For sentences: should be as short as a line, easy to follow (less than 20 words). 2.1. Things to avoid: – Avoid using long sentences (I CAN ONLY ACCEPT MAXIMUM 25% OF SENTENCES CONTAIN MORE THAN 20 WORDS). – Avoid using passive voice (I CAN ONLY ACCEPT MAXIMUM 10% OF SENTENCES CONTAIN PASSIVE VOICE) – Avoid using THE SAME Word to start more than 2 CONTINUOUS SENTENCES 2.2. Things to mention – The KEYWORD must appear in the VERY FIRST 100 words. – MINIMUM 30% OF SENTENCES MUST CONTAIN TRANSITION PHRASES OR WORDS. – Each paragraph should be maximum 3 lines – Each subheading should be MAXIMUM OF 300 words 3. Style of writing: Reflect the writing style of website 4. Unique content, pass copyscape, easy for a wide range of readers to understand, no grammatical or spelling mistakes 5. Following a subheading should be MAXIMUM OF 300 words. If more than 300 words, try to insert another subheading. 6. If the text contains consecutive sentences starting with the same word, try to mix things up! 7. 2 title variations. The titles should include an outstanding feature of the product