Mobile Diagnostics — Dealership Level

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Mobile Auto Service has the tools and knowledge to perform many diagnostic services. Diagnostics can be a very easy repair or a time consuming one you never know. So having a well seasoned mechanic along with the proper tools to do the job will make for a successful repair.

Malfunction Indicator Diagnostics: Often referred to as a “Check Engine Light”, this diagnostic is for pinpointing issues with your engine, transmission, and emissions system.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System Diagnostics: A “TPMS” diagnostic troubleshoots issues with your tire pressure and the related sensors. Often you can’t figure out what the problem is with you TPMS without a diagnostics machine.
Anti-Lock Brake System Diagnostics: The ABS system includes on board diagnostics that can be accessed with a scan tool. Set trouble codes can help identify the source of the problem. Each of these codes represents a specific area. A factory service manual will contain a detailed step-by-step troubleshooting chart for each of these trouble codes. Unlike the check engine light, after a repair is completed codes will often be reset automatically after a drive cycle confirms proper operation. This means the light will go off by itself after the issue is fixed.

Mobile Diagnostic Services Available

  • OBDII
  • ABS
  • Air Bag
  • SRS

Dealer Level Scanner Capabilities

  • TPMS
  • Injector programming, DPF regen,
  • cylinder cut-out test, and thousands more
  • Heavy Truck
  • Light Truck
  • Freightliner
  • Blue Bird
  • Peterbilt
  • Kenworth
  • International
  • Mack
  • Sterling
  • Volvo
  • Western Star
  • Isuzu
  • Mitsubishi Fuso
  • Hino
  • Sprinter (All Models)
  • Dodge (RAM 2500 & Up)
  • Ford (Covers diesel F250-F750)
  • GMC (C, T, & W Series)
  • UD (Nissan Diesel)
  • CAT on-highway engines
  • Cummins on-highway engines
  • Detroit on-highway engines
  • PACCAR engines
  • All ABS systems
  • All Transmission systems
  • Thermoking