This complementary process takes only a few moments. We will read the check engine codes and provide definitions of those codes. Definitions are only a starting point for proper diagnosis. An OBD II code or definition will only indicate the system experiencing the issue; it will not tell you why or how to fix it. Additional diagnostics may be required.
Codes can lead a technician to the area of a problem but by using the proper tools and equipment a trained technician will be able to accurately identify the customers concern and provide an appropriate repair solution.
The diagnostic fee allows an educated technician with years of experience the time to thoroughly test and accurately determine the real cause of the warning light by using the proper test equipment and professional repair databases we have invested in.