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Auto Diagnostic or Vehicle Electronic Diagnostic & Automotive Engine Management

Electronic auto diagnostics play a major role in the repair and servicing of modern vehicles, with the on board computer being responsible for the maintenance and control of most of the vehicles operating systems

  • Engine Management
  • Body Control
  • ABS electronics
  • Safety Restraint Systems (SRS)
  • Transmission Electronics
  • Stability control

While it is possible in some cases to diagnose minor problems without electronic scanners, it becomes a time consuming process of elimination, (adding costs of time and components to the repair)

With our advanced Diagnostic Equipment and fully trained technicians, Northside Automotive will find problems fast and ensure your vehicle is maintained in peak condition.

For any auto diagnostic repair and servicing you can call us on (07) 3353 6939 or book a service online.

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