Most modern vehicles today contain an on-board computer known as an engine control unit (ECU), which continuously monitors the performance of the vehicle. Sensors all around the vehicle report back to the ECU if there are any problems, such as low fluid levels or increased engine temperature. When an issue is identified, the ECU generates an error code and the relevant dashboard warning lights will then illuminate.
There are hundreds of potential error codes that can only be read by specialist vehicle diagnostic equipment. Whilst a warning light may illuminate on the dashboard, alerting you to an issue, a diagnostics check is required to understand the full extent and cause of the problem.
Our diagnostics testing machines cover over 80 different manufacturers and models. Our fully trained technicians can then suggest any necessary repairs required to get your vehicle back on the road.
If you are experiencing problems with your vehicle, why not have one of our qualified technicians investigate the fault.