COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED ELECTRICAL ANALYSIS - It's Worth Every Penny!
In 1970, the average car had only $25 worth of electronics. By 1981 the average car contained over $1,000 in electronics, and by 1996 it included over $3,500 in electronics! That figure is still rising.
Today, vehicles' computers operate everything from air conditioning, radios, airbags, alarm systems, anti-lock braking systems, traction control, ride control and cruise control to electronic digital and analog instrument panels, automatic transmissions and emission and engine controls. These computers can cost from $250 to as much as $1,500, depending on what we control!
Avoid unnecessary repair and parts costs! We have the latest computerized diagnostic equipment, a computerized information system, and experienced certified technicians who are trained to properly care for your car. Our complete computerized electrical analysis can save you money by correctly diagnosing your vehicle's problems right from the start. Make an appointment today!