Automotive module programming is used to diagnose and repair issues within the vehicle's software, allowing our technicians to quickly pinpoint an issue with a particular ECU and either fix it or replace the component entirely.
Automotive key programming is the process of creating a new key to operate the vehicle. This can be necessary for a variety of reasons, such as replacing lost or stolen keys, adding an extra security measure, or changing the specific functions of the vehicle's systems.
Automotive electrical diagnosis is when our technicians looks at the electric parts of a car to figure out what might be wrong. They can look at the computer and do tests to see if something needs to be fixed or replaced.
Wire harness repair/replacement is the process of repairing or replacing electrical wiring and related components, such as connectors, terminals, and insulation materials. This process is necessary when a wire harness has been damaged by physical force or chemical reactions caused by elements such as water, salt, or rust.
Connector replacement is a type of automotive wire harness repair that involves replacing the various connectors found in a car's wiring system. Connectors are used to join two or more wires, allowing electricity to flow between them for various functions in the car.
This page has FAQ's about the electrical services we offer. It can explain how our technicians can diagnose problems, repair and replace wires, and use special scanners to check an automobile's electronic systems.