You can test the electronics on your vehicle by connecting it to a diagnostics machine.
Electronics nowadays controls nearly all the systems and sub-systems in a vehicle.
MULTI-BRAND DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT
In our First Stop workshops, we use the latest diagnostic equipment and software, always up to date, so we can service all makes of vehicle. Our staff members are quickly qualified to interpret the error codes and resolve system faults, whatever the make of your car.
WHEN SHOULD I HAVE AN ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSIS ON MY CAR?
Electronic diagnostics are carried out after your vehicle is serviced, when any warning light appears on the instrument panel, or when the vehicle's on-board computer (if there is one) asks for this.
WHY CONNECT THE VEHICLE TO A DIAGNOSTIC MACHINE?
- Checks the state of your car's electronics
- Detects faults and warns of serious failures
- Checks safety and comfort factors
- Used to customise the maintenance process of your vehicle
WHAT DOES AN ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSTICS MACHINE TEST?
- The status of the vehicles central processing unit
- Removes faults
- Diagnosis of the electric parking brake system
- Adjusts the gyroscope angle of the ABS/ESP sensor
- Connection between the ESP and the airbag system
- Diagnosis of the air-conditioning system
- Resets the service period
- Engine oil sensor
- Resets the electronic valve.
- Adjusts the ABS/ESP according to tyre size (if the size has changed and/or winter tyres have been fitted).
- Shock absorbers diagnosis
- Parking assistance system diagnosis
- ABS/ESP braking system diagnosis and system oil change
- Exhaust system diagnosis