Car Brake Services & Repair
Today, the average car has over $6,000 worth of electronics in it.
The figure will continue to rise with the installation of up to 40 different computers on certain vehicles. Vehicles' computers operate everything from air conditioning, radios, air bags, alarm systems, anti-lock braking systems, traction control, ride control, cruise control, analog and digital gauges, automatic transmissions, emission and engine controls.
Instead of using proper diagnostic procedures, some do-it-yourselfers and shops without the technical experience resort to trial and error parts swapping when they don't know how to repair computer and performance issues. Since car dealers and parts suppliers refuse to allow the return of electronic components (due to possible damage) that may leave you, the consumer, with expensive parts you didn't need. In fact, manufacturers have reported that 80% of all returned computers were found to be okay.
Avoid unnecessary repair and parts costs! We have the latest in computerized diagnostic equipment, a computerized information system and experienced ASE Master Certified Technicians who are trained to properly care for your vehicle.
Our complete computer diagnostics can save you money by correctly diagnosing your vehicle's problems right from the start.
Let one of our Master Certified Technicians help you today.
If your vehicle requires computerized diagnostic testing, call us today at: (718) 529-1000.