Despite Popular believe there IS NOT a vehicle yet that indicates the component to change, only which component is seeing the fault. *
At Nev'll Fix It we have invested many thousands of pounds in Diagnostic Equipment and Training to stay at the cutting edge of new technology and ensure we can offer a true alternative to the dealers.
An illuminated light on on your dashboard could be the first sign that the On Board Diagnostic System has encountered an issue. Simply clearing the error (and light) isn't advisable as the underlying issue won't have been dealt with.
Hooking the on board computer up to our extensive diagnostic equipment provides us with a wealth of information direct from the vehicle itself on its general health and performance and is often the first port of call when it comes to diagnosing faults or generally improving the performance of an engine.
Engine Warning Light
Often this will be the first sign that there's an issue with your engine and means the OBD has detected a potential fault with the engine's emissions. The root of the issue could be almost anything as engines today are extremely complex and until we examine this alongside the fault codes we won't know for sure.
There are many warning lights on the dash today to indicate various faults with the large array of systems on today’s vehicles, these include ABS, Traction control, Air Bags to name but a few.
Intermittent fault finding
Although these can be tricky and time-consuiming to track down an error that appears randomly and then appears to go away just as quickly can often point to issues with the OBD, a sensor malfunction or contamination of the test area. We've the tools and expertise to diagnose these issues and, hopefully, resolve the problem both quickly and painlessly.