$99 Full Electronics Diagnostic
Is your vehicle running bad? Is your check engine, ABS, airbag, or other light on? The issue could be as simple as bad gas or as complex as an internal engine repair. Either way, S&I can help. State of the art equipment in the hands of our ASE certified technicians gives us the ability to diagnose the issue and get you safely back on the road.
What is this service?
Regular check-engine light diagnostics help ensure that your vehicle is in safe working condition. Once your vehicle’s on-board computer has been scanned and the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) have been retrieved, it is time to diagnose the malfunction.
- Electronic scan of the ECU, airbags, ABS, engine, and transmission information systems
- Visual inspection of engine compartment for obvious electrical or vacuum related conditions
- Complete battery and charging system analysis
- One or more of the following tests: fuel pressure, spark, compression, individual component
- Detailed explanation for the cause of the malfunction
- Estimate for repair
Why is the service recommended?
Many critical problems can go unnoticed, and are almost impossible for even a certified technician to pinpoint without a professional diagnostic tool. And if your check-engine light is on, engine diagnostic services are the best way to determine exactly why. There are a number of possible reasons for an illuminated and/or flashing check-engine light:
- Regularly scheduled engine maintenance (such as an oil change) may be due
- Sensors or brake system may require reset or adjustment
- Engine, electrical, or vehicle computer performance issues
How does our service help?
- Your vehicle provides key information in dashboard lights. If the check-engine light is illuminated, you should take your vehicle into service as soon as possible.
How often should I perform this service?
- For optimal vehicle safety and reliability, engine checks should be a part of your annual vehicle maintenance, even if no check-engine light is on or flashing.
S&I pro tip
- Don’t play part roulette – a diagnostic scan will help you fix it right.