With the unveiling of the 2022 Wrangler Jeep promises all-terrain thrills - delivering a 3.6L Pentastar V6 that dominates each trail. This VVT block generates up to 285 HP and 260 lb.-ft of torque, while its eight-speed automatic transmission yields seamless control. There may come a time, however, when Cold Lake adventures are put on pause with the sudden appearance of a Check Engine light. To ensure that the new Wrangler's V6 continues to offer 2,000-pounds of towing power, drivers must watch for the Check Engine light. A series of visual flashes in the dash console will warn of a potential issue and an appointment with a qualified Jeep service provider should be immediately scheduled. Among the most common issues for this warning to occur are: Faulty Spark Plugs - these features bolster the ignition sequence and allow the engine to achieve combustion. Over time, however, they will become worn and cause misfires within the cylinders. Damaged Catalytic Converter - this function converts carbon monoxide into a dioxide formula, lessening the vehicle's environmental impact and enhancing economy. Should it become damaged (such as with an overexposure to engine oil), it will malfunction and create increased emissions. Loose Gas Cap - this accessory maintains proper fuel pressure within the system. If it no longer fits properly it will trigger a loss of fumes and decreased economy. To ensure that your 2022 Jeep Wrangler is performing at optimal levels - and to understand what may be causing a Check Engine warning - contact St. Paul Dodge today.