01244 818131 - 07939 050576


We have the latest diagnostics equipment available for the most modern cars with ECU controlled climate control and air conditioning.

Most cars now require the reset of the ECU to let the system know there is gas back in the system and therefore turn the compressor on, without this your air con will fail to work.

We will reset the ECU as part of the job and at no extra cost to yourself.

We use oxygen free nitrogen (OFN) to find any leaks on pipes hoses and condensers, this makes finding a leak quick and efficient

Our fully automatic Texa air con machine looks for leaks as part of the service and if a leak is found our engineer is able to advise you on the best option.       

01244 818131   or   07939 050576




Also Engine Diagnostics available

As cars have become more complex, the number of different dashboad warning lights has grown significantly. Modern electronic systems like airbags or stability control are constantly self-testing and it's important for you to know whether a warning light requires immediate attention or whether you can continue your journey and get a garage to investigate later.
If a warning light comes on (or fails to extinguish after you've started the engine) you should stop as soon as possible in a safe place.
Many warning lights are specific to the car make or even the model - the vehicle handbook should give you a detailed explanation of their meaning and the action to take.

I must stress the light is a warning of a potential problem and more often than not it will not cause any lasting damage to the vehicle but should be looked at ASAP

MOT test - new test items from January 2012
Some new mandatory test items are included in the MOT test from January 2012. These will include checks for the correct function of the following warning lights, where fitted:

ABS, SRS, Engine Management, as well as the following

Electronic parking brake
Electronic stability control
Headlight main beam
Electronic power steering
Brake fluid level
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Air bag
Seat belt pre-tensioner


Many late model vehicles have an oil change reminder light that comes on when the engine computer estimates the oil needs to be changed. The calculations are based on hours of engine operation, vehicle speed, ambient temperatures and other operating conditions. You do NOT have to change the oil immediately, but neither should you postpone the recommended maintenance too long. Oil should be changed every 3,000 miles for short trip city stop and go driving (especially during cold weather), or every 5,000 to 7,500 miles for mostly highway driving. Refer to your vehicle owner's manual for the recommended service intervals.Many service reminder lights have a RESET button that allows you to turn off the light and reset the interval period. On some, though, a diagnostic computer is required for a service light reset.