Why is a full car diagnostic test recommended?

Why is a full car diagnostic test recommended?

The electrical control unit in your car also known as the ECU or the brain monitors your significant engine functions, electrical components and measures the emissions on your car. At the point when a sensor conveys a fault, the code is put away in your cars computer system. This is when trained technicians and car mechanics would then be able to get to the fault codes to decide the part that is not working accurately.

A car diagnostic test can decide whether your car has issues with its engine, exhaust, transmission, coils, oil tank, throttle and that's only the tip of the iceberg. Some car garages do offer a free engine diagnostic check or a full car diagnostic test which does come with a price tag. Book a service online with us and chat with one of our advisers who will be able to guide you through this process.

Why you should maintain your brake service?

Brakes ought to be replaced when exhausted and worn out, yet how regularly do brakes need servicing you may ask? Completing a brake service means servicing the important brake components (cleaning, greasing up, and so on) without sometimes replacing them.

Brakes are serviced to ensure they work appropriately among replacements and your car is safe to drive. Some car manufacturers indicate that brakes should be reviewed in standard mileage or time stretches; ordinarily, every 5,000-7,000 miles or each 4-6 months, whichever comes first.

What is Included in a Car Brake Service?

Depending on the results of the braking system and car inspection, your cars brake service may include:

·       Brake pads replacement.

·       Brake shoe replacement

·       Brake discs replacement

·       Brake drums resurfaced.

·       Brake fluid flush & replacement.

·       Brake caliper & drums re-alignment.

·       Brake caliper replacement.

·       Brake pipe replacement.

·       Brake master cylinder replacement.

What is a fuel injector?

A fuel injector has the role of injecting fuel into your car's engine at the precise time to ensure your car performs at the best possible efficiency. Fuel injectors have developed to be one of the most efficient systems in all modern cars and replaced the old carburettor system.

The reason fuel injectors were developed was that the old carburettor system was not only less fuel-efficient and expensive but also unhealthy for the environment.

4 types of fuel injectors used in modern cars

Throttle body injection

Throttle body injection is also known as single-point injection 
This is the system that replaced the carburettor initially and has one or two fuel injector nozzles in the throttle body.

Multi-port fuel injection 

This type of system uses a separate injector nozzle for each cylinder.

Sequential fuel injection 

This system uses a multi-port injection but has the sequential fuel injection ability. Basically, it activates each injector nozzle individually.

Direct injection 

The system is commonly used for diesel engines and injects fuel directly into the combustion chambers and passing the valves.

If your engine develops a misfire issue or if there is a decrease in the power, acceleration, or fuel-efficiency, then one of the most common indications is a possible replacement injector. We provide vehicle maintenance and repair service with trained technicians for fuel injector replacement.

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