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So there's something not quite right about the way your vehicle is driving, or you've got a warning light on your dashboard that was blinking at you yesterday and now it is on steady. What do you do? Hint: the answer is not to put a piece of electrical tape over the warning light and ignore it.
1. RETRIEVE DATA - A full functioning scan tool is used to perform an onboard computer system analysis
2. VERIFICATION TESTING - Verification tests determine if systems meet proper specifications.
3. PINPOINT TESTING - All manufacturers require that circuit or component pinpoint testing is done in order to make an absolute diagnostic determination.
4. RESEARCH TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETINS - Technical Service Bulletins and hotline information will indicate if the problem has been determined to be a pattern failure, meaning that it is a known issue that occurs with a particular type of vehicle. This does not eliminate the need for testing, as other systems must meet specifications before a service bulletin procedure should be performed.
5. CAR REPAIR - This may involve multiple actions such as:
6. VERIFY REPAIR - Once all necessary actions have been taken, the vehicle must be retested to verify that the repair is complete and has achieved the proper results.
All of the parts we install are guaranteed to meet or exceed manufacturer standards, and if you wish, we'll return all of your old parts to you.