Advancements in vehicle technology and the computerization of vehicles, engine diagnostics allow you to determine what may be wrong with your vehicle. By connecting a special device to your cars computer, a technician can review any error codes or warnings to help pinpoint the issue.
While engine diagnostic won’t tell you exactly what the issue is, it helps save time and money by pointing the technician to the right area are system.
You don’t have to wait until the check engine light comes on to get an engine diagnostic test run. Most experienced technicians will suggest that you have a diagnostics check up at least once per year just to make sure there aren’t any issues that could be addressed early and help avoid expensive repairs later.