'Back in the day' repairing a vehicle only required a test light and a few spanners. Now days, however, this is not the case.
Modern vehicles have very complicated electrical systems. These systems are controlled by modules/computers (up to 80 per vehicle).
When a fault occurs in your vehicle (usually indicated by a warning light on the instrument cluster e.g. ABS, SRS, Engine Light etc.), it is normally because one of the control modules has detected an abnormal or missing electrical signal. The only way these faults can be determined is via the use of a "scan" or "diagnostic" tool.
These tools vary in capability from a cheap code reader (for the DIY enthusiast) to a more costly (for the professional workshop) interrogation and coding machine.
At European Auto Tech we are constantly investing in the latest and most capable diagnostic equipment to ensure your vehicles issues are diagnosed accurately and cost effectively.
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