Automotive diagnostics have changed a lot in the past 20 years. Instead of listening for an engine knock or turning a screw to tune up the fuel delivery, we invest in computerized tools to be able to communicate with your vehicle, as well as software programs which contain the test procedures that help us locate the cause of many different concerns.
These concerns may be a check engine light, poor fuel economy, lack of power or, more importantly, your window won’t go down in the drive thru. These concerns cost you money for extra fuel when your engine isn’t running the way it was engineered to, and when your Tim Horton’s window won’t go down your pride suffers. So, if your check engine light is on, you are consuming more fuel than you should be, or your vehicle doesn’t have as much power as it used to, your vehicle needs diagnostics performed.