Whether your vehicle is showing obvious signs of a problem or you noticed the “check engine” light is on, a quick car diagnostic test by an expert technician can help pinpoint the problem, providing an accurate assessment of your car.
With our scanning tools, we “read” your vehicle’s computer and find out any problems that have been recorded. Its computer system links to the vehicle’s computer processor, sensors, and microchips, logging any problems or issues present. It can reveal existing flaws including problems with the exhaust, transmission, oil tank and other systems, which allows our technicians to see why the “check engine” light popped up.
This inspection must be done to know the conditions that the battery and alternator are in, to prevent low battery charge or starting problems. The first sign of trouble may be dim headlights or an engine that is slow to crank.
This notification means you should get your car checked out as soon as possible. Bring it to our facilities and let an expert technician diagnose and repair the issue. If you ignore the warning, it could end up damaging expensive components.
Your vehicle computer often requires a software update to improve performance, reduce emissions, increase fuel economy or accept a new replacement part. Its optimization makes your car’s engine to run more efficiently.
It consists of the battery, starter and alternator. The battery provides to the starter. Then, the alternator gives that battery the energy it needs to power your car. If one of these parts is not working properly, your car won’t start or run correctly.
Leaks are the most common problem of a car’s vacuum system, which is easy to fix but difficult to find. A very loud hissing sound coming from the engine area, confirms it. Let us help you to fix it using our specialized tools for it.
This service uses computer diagnostics to determine what part of your vehicle is malfunctioning. It should be performed when you are experiencing drivability issues, reduced fuel economy, have a check engine light illuminated or flashing.
The evaporative emissions system control (EVAP) traps gas tank fumes. If there’s a problem, we would test for leaks in the fuel cap area, the fuel filler hose, the EVAP canister, your fuel tank and lines, EVAP hoses, and the purge or vent valve.
Problems in this system may prevent the vehicle from starting, run poorly while driving or cause the vehicle to misfire. A visual inspection, scanner, oscilloscope and a spark tester are the tools that we will use to properly diagnose these systems.
Fuel injectors are important because they deliver gasoline to the car’s engine. This symptoms helps to accurately diagnose problems: Inconsistent engine power, misfiring engine, uneven engine idling, fuel scent or diminished gas mileage.
If you experience this symptoms in your car’s transmission, we recommend bringing your vehicle as soon as possible: Transmission slipping, rough shifts, delayed engagement, fluid leak, transmission warning light or burning smell.
Your vehicle deserves the best service and you the best care. We invite you to request a diagnostic service sending us the following information, or if you prefer, call or visit us to be personally attended by one of our experts.