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We take our security and the one of our customers with the utmost importance. Our vehicles are regularly sanitised and all of our staff is applying health safety measures. Whether in the garage or on the road, we abide by the regul;ations in place and make sure our clients and passengers do too.
A diagnostic test is a specialised software which accurately point to problem areas in a car’s engine or elsewhere. It can detect problems long before they cause a breakdown. Diagnostic tools can also check a car’s computer system for manufacturer notifications and stored information about the car’s history, giving technicians a complete picture in order to perform the best repair possible.
Diagnostic tests can reveal problems within a vehicle’s; engine, transmission, exhaust system, brakes, and other major components, as well as performance issues with the fuel injector, air flow and coolant, ignition coils, and throttle.
However, a common misconception about car diagnostic tests is that mechanics can use code-reading tools to determine the exact problem that triggered the check engine light. In reality, the code tells mechanics which engine or component parameters are out of range, but it does not detail the cause of the problems. That’s where the good old human brain comes in handy, as the technician uses experience and expertise to diagnose the underlying problem.
Automotive HVAC (HVAC is abbreviation for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems) is a system consisting of three sub-systems that all work together to provide conditioned air to the cabin. The heating part can raise the temperature inside the car using heat from the engine. The ventilation part moves and directs the air within the cabin. And the air condition part can remove the heat from the car by cooling and dehumidifying the air with a refrigerant.
Automotive HVAC can make the drivers and passengers feel comfort and make driving pleasure, especially when the climate is harsh. The key components of a complete automotive HVAC system include heater core, thermostat, blower fan, HVAC controls, condenser, compressor and evaporator.