- Complex, modern vehicles with a lot of electronics
- High paid mechanics and costly benefits
- Expensive computer test equipment
We guarantee that the expensive parts we replace will cure your complaint.
Example: A noise complaint like a rattle requires lifting the vehicle and having a mechanic spend time looking for loose or damaged parts. The inspection is not highly technical and therefore is usually not costly to diagnose but can be costly to repair.
Example: A problem like stalling, poor starting or an E-Check failure requires performing several time consuming tests using expensive equipment to come up with scientific figures that show a voltage or signal problem with a sensor, a defective part, or a wiring problem. The tests can be time consuming, the equipment is expensive, and repairing electronics is almost always expensive.