Today’s vehicles have computer modules that monitor engine and transmission operation. The computer receives input information from various sensors and will illuminate a warning or service engine soon light to indicate a problem has been detected.
We have the diagnostic equipment and the experience to perform accurate and timely diagnosis.
Many people have been lead to believe, by various parts stores, that a scan tool can be hooked up and tell them everything that is wrong with their vehicle. That is completely false. Think of it like this, when we go to the doctor, we can say it hurts here, then from there it is up to the doctor to diagnosis our problem. It works the same with your vehicle, a scan tool will lead you in the direction in which the fault has come from and from there it is up to the technician to perform the various testing to determine the failure. Keep in mind a parts store job is to sell parts, our job is to accurately service and repair your vehicle.