Electrical & Mechanical Diagnostic Services in Mountain Home, ID
If your car has a jerk, rattle, whine, clunk, hiss, shake, wobble, surge, lack of power, poor gas mileage, service engine soon or check engine light on we can diagnose the problem. We use factory diagnostic scan tools on Ford, Chevrolet, Mazda, VW, Audi, Land Rover, Honda, Jaguar. And I am working on Toyota, Nissan, BMW, Volvo, Mercedes Benz, Scan tools also.
Electrical issues are a mystery to many do-it-yourselfers, and some technicians. You can’t see or touch electricity like you can with many other components of automotive repair, making it difficult to work on.
Considering the large number of systems that use electricity in order to operate, being able to quickly diagnose electrical problems can be a real asset. Whether you are having issues with engine control, an automatic ride height system, or power windows, the electrical systems all utilize the same principles. At Mountain Home Car Care Center, our ASE certified technicians are ready for any challenge.
The electrical diagnosis process includes inspecting the battery (including terminals, voltage and corrosion), alternator, spark plugs, computer, wiring, switches, fuses, relays, and circuits.
We use top of the line equipment when testing electrical issues, to ensure you are getting the most accurate readings possible.
Consistent training and years of professional experience allows our expert auto technicians to correctly diagnose problems without costly guessing and checking. We use Service-Oriented Computing and state of the art equipment to accurately diagnose your car. So whether you hear a noise that doesn’t sound right, or your check engine light is on, give us a call for expert engine diagnostics.
Using the most up to date electronic equipment and specialty training, we ensure every engine diagnostic service is performed with quality and precision. We diagnose every aspect of the car from fuel injection systems, carburetors, ignition systems, emissions to computerized engines. No job is too big or too small for our expert technicians.