Most of us have experienced the concern of a dashboard light suddenly illuminating mid-journey or one that stubbornly stays on during the drive to work. Your engine warning lights are connected to a number of components within your car, each of which can have several different issues affecting their ability to perform properly. Often, it’s not clear exactly what an individual dashboard light may mean as there are hundreds of different fault codes that can be identified from your vehicle.
When you see a dashboard warning light, it’s best to get your vehicle checked over by a mechanic as quickly as possible. Whilst your car might only need some minor attention, there are a number of different issues, some of which can be quite serious, that can stem from warning lights. It is always best to get advice from a professional before driving any further.
At Technoquip, we’re fully equipped for undertaking complex diagnostics on nearly all makes and models of cars and vans. We have the latest computer diagnostic equipment, which connects to your car’s ECU so that we can identify the cause of the issue.
The ECU fault codes will sometimes only point to the source of the problem, such as a specific part, rather than the cause. With a combined experience of more than 60 years in the motor trade on our workshop floor, the chances are we can identify the issue itself, fast. We can then speak with you and work out the best way to get you, and your vehicle, back on the road.
Remember, as we always use original equipment (OEM) or equivalent quality parts, any work we undertake won’t affect your vehicle manufacturer’s warranty, including on all MOT tests and servicing.
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It’s now possible to book a diagnostics appointment with Technoquip online. Just enter your registration and pick a date and time that suits you. For problems that may not be picked up on your dashboard, we would recommend initially booking a visual inspection, which is free. This will allow our technicians to assess your vehicle and decide whether it needs further investigation, such as a full electronic diagnostic check.