As cars become more advanced, the system diagnostics they provide become more reliable and informative. System diagnostics not only check what issues the vehicle might have but also which parts need to be replaced in order for your car to properly reset.Staying on top of diagnosing and resetting fault codes in your diagnostics is a great way to improve the health of your engine, increase the longevity of your car, and maintain the resale value for the future.
Diagnostics can measure standard problems with exhaust, transmission, and oil.
They can also measure issues, such as Accident preventative systems, Parking sensors/parallel parking monitors, Blind spot, Lane departure.
We also compare your diagnostics with service notifications from your manufacturer to see if it’s a pattern failure. Pattern failures mean it’s a known or common issue with your model, which impacts how to best approach the issue.