Nearly every system on your vehicle, from steering and brakes to fuel injectors and air conditioning, is controlled by a computer. This computer has a series of sensors, through which it can determine if there is a problem and notify the driver via dashboard warning lights.
Any number of things can go wrong with your vehicle's systems. The sensors within those systems will notify the PCM/ECM when there is a problem. When your check engine light comes on, swing into Dyno-Tune Center! Based on the results of our diagnostic tests, we will make a service recommendation to correct the problem and advise you of your options before beginning work on your vehicle.
Most vehicle batteries need to be replaced every few years, depending on the conditions in which you drive. Extreme weather, continued use of vehicle accessories and other conditions can lead to shorter battery life. Over time, your battery loses juice, and you may need to occasionally jump-start your vehicle in order to get it running. If your vehicle is showing signs of lessened battery life, such as delayed start time, you may need to get your battery replaced.
When your battery dies before you replace it, you might be stranded without a vehicle. The expert team at Dyno-Tune Center can examine, diagnose and replace your battery as needed. You can trust us to service your battery and, if necessary, help you find and install the perfect new battery for your vehicle.
The engine in your vehicle is what keeps your car running and working. It is no surprise that if your engine isn’t in great shape that your car won’t be either and you’ll need to visit your local auto repair shop. There are a few ways that you’ll know that your engine is in need of repairs:
Check Engine Light Turns On
A check engine light indicates a serious problem with your ignition, fuel or emission system. If this light comes on, it is a serious problem and needs immediate attention.
When your engine stops running and your cars stalls, this could indicate a problem with the electrical system in your car or the fuel system. The engine is unable to ignite the gas in the car’s cylinders and requires attention from a certified technician.
Engine Clicking or Ticking
If your engine starts to sound like your watch, you may be having a problem with the car’s oil pressure. A damaged or clogged oil pump could be preventing oil from reaching all of the components necessary to run the vehicle.
To keep your car running at its best, it is important to keep the engine in optimal condition. Take your vehicle for its scheduled maintenance, perform yearly emissions tests and visit Dyno-Tune Center with any questions or concerns you have regarding your car.