Warning Lights/ Diagnostic Services
So there’s something not quite right about the way your vehicle is driving, or may have a warning light on your dashboard that was blinking at you yesterday, and now it is on steady?
What makes a warning light come on?
Today’s vehicles are manufactured with complex interrelated systems. On-board control units continuously monitor and store information concerning the performance of these systems. A warning light comes on, because the control unit has picked up a signal from one of the systems or components that has gone outside of its normal operating range. Thus, it directs a signal to turn on the warning light to let you know something is wrong!
Most Vehicles have several control units, not only to control the engine management but also anti-lock brakes, steering, suspension and even windscreen wipers and so on. Having the accurate diagnostic equipment and up to date training is vital for identifying the exact cause of issues and preventing further component failures. Our technicians are trained to the highest level to tackle the problems on the latest technologies, alongside with older vehicles to. We have an experienced work force with many years of experience, so no matter how old or new your car is, we will repair it for you with confidence.
Please feel free to contact our friendly team for any advice or to book your car in with us.