So what does vehicle diagnotics include?
The diagnostic test relies on a computer system that links to the vehicle’s computer processor, sensors, and microchips, logging any problems or issues present. Diagnostic tests can reveal problems within a vehicle’s engine, transmission, exhaust system, brakes and other major components, as well as performance issues with the fuel injector, air flow and coolant, ignition coils, throttle and other systems.
Using specialised software, car diagnostic tools quickly and accurately point to problem areas. The diagnostic trouble codes tell the technicians which engine or component parameters are out of range, and then the technician uses their experience and expertise to diagnose the underlying problem. From there we will determine what repairs are required to prevent engine damage and get you back on the road safely to enjoy peace of mind driving.
Regular diagnostic tests can detect problems with your vehicle before they require expensive repairs, or even worse, leave you stranded on the side of the road after a breakdown. While many people think diagnostic tests are only necessary when the check engine light comes on, there are many benefits to taking a proactive approach to car maintenance.
Diagnostic testing can also be a useful tool when you’re checking out a used car. You may want to consider asking for a diagnostic test before you commit to buying.
We have 4 various diagnostic machines to sort out any issues you may have.
1. G scan
2. Avtel maxi check