Regular diagnostics for your car is similar to having an annual health check. There may be no obvious symptoms but the process finds out if there are any underlying concerns. Picking up issues early means that your car stays healthy, and your repair bills are minimised.
Diagnostic checks are prompted by the ‘check engine’ light on the dashboard. To carry out the diagnostics check, CVS engineers link up digital diagnostic equipment to processors, sensors and microchips integrated into your car’s operating system. Each one is tested to gauge its ongoing ‘health’.
We use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to identify faults and problems quickly in order to complete instant, precision repairs and spot issues that could cause problems in the future.
Vehicle Diagnostics for Repairs
Diagnostics are a key part of the repair process because they allows us to determine any problems and ensure that the repairs carried out will resolve any issues appropriately. A vehicle diagnostic will help to expose problems related to:
• Exhaust system
• Fuel tank
• Oil tank
• Fuel injectors
• Cooling system
• Ignition coils
• Air flow and coolant