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What is a car diagnostic test?
Modern cars today rely on an array of sensors and electrics in order to keep it operating as it should whilst ensuring that emissions are reduced to a minimum. The sensor systems in cars alone are becoming increasingly complex not least due to the ever increasing pressure that the government is placing on vehicle manufactures to drive down emissions.
Whilst vehicles are now more advanced than ever before, the introduction of these systems can mean that there is a higher chance that things can go wrong more frequently.
Car diagnostics involves the use of advanced digital equipment that connects to your vehicle’s computer system. Our ATA-trained technicians use this equipment to effectively read your vehicle’s data to explore exactly what issues may be happening under the hood.
Following our diagnostics service, you’ll have the peace of mind that any issues have been dealt with and that the remainder of your vehicle’s systems are operating just as they should.
Our team have over 100 years’ of experience in trading combined, priding ourselves on high quality workmanship with excellent customer service. Throughout these years we’ve consistently kept up with the times and Uckfield Motor Services can boast state-of-the-art diagnostics equipment. Following your diagnostics service, our technicians will talk you through exactly what they’ve found in language that’s jargon free and we will explain what the necessary remedies are. Should we advise repairs or other work, our team will always provide you with a written quote that lists a total price inclusive of all parts, labour and VAT.
If you’ve noticed a warning light on your dashboard, then it’s best to get it checked sooner rather than later. Whilst it can be all too easy to ignore these lights if your car is otherwise functioning and driving as it should, this can lead to serious issues, as well as minor problems which can affect major (and expensive) components. What’s more, many drivers are unaware that lights on the dashboard can lead to automatic MOT failures (this applies to certain warning lights – including your seat belt, light and traction control light).
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