A typical diagnostic test will inform you about a range of issues that your vehicle could be experiencing with engine management, transmission, ignition coils, throttle, exhaust, brakes and more. Typically diagnostic tests will focus around the engine, however, depending on the vehicle, the diagnostics will offer more information on other areas as well. Some of the more common issues that can be identified include low engine coolant levels, blocked diesel particulate filter (DPF), excessive build-up of carbon in the combustion engine, poor performance due to faulty fuel injection system, poor ignition timing, ignition coil firing failure and air suspension faults to name a few.
Our technicians uses the most sophisticated diagnostic tools when troubleshooting that bring more certainty to every repair. Our scanners lets us dive deep into the systems of a vehicle and evaluate performance with comparative data, systematically eliminating the unnecessary to provide you with only the specific resources you