Car Diagnostic Testing
We offer a full range of car Diagnostic services, if you have a running issue with your car then we can help!!
From simple code reading, to complex running faults, and everything in between GotBoost can resolve the problems that the other garages will just throw parts at.
By utilising the Dyno, we can simulate real road conditions to help pinpoint that annoying issue that may only be present at elevated speeds or loads, these issues cannot safely be tested and diagnosed on the road.
We also repair CAN BUS faults, Body control, air bag (SRS) chassis, ABS Traction control and infotainment faults.
We put the customer in control of the repair budget with our unique assessment offer. We will carry out a series of tests and try and prove what is or isn’t wrong with your vehicle for a fixed price. Once completed we will report back with our findings. You can the choose if you want to continue with the repair or the diagnostic investigation. Car
Car Diagnostic Equipment
We use only the best car diagnostic equipment, such as the smoke pro for leak detection. We offer dealer level diagnostics with the Autologic platform, which enables us to code modules for additional functionality such cruise control, parking sensors etc etc.
Oscilloscopes feature heavily in our diagnostic routines and we use a 4 channel Pico Scope, this is where we differentiate ourselves from other garages, we test not guess, sensor, actuator or wiring failures. We don’t play parts darts.
Our coverage is vast with Autologic, VCDS, Vaux Com, Snap-On Diagnostics, Fo-Com & Carman Scan Vg, we can diagnose and rectify faults on almost all cars.
Why Choose Us?
Gotboost provides car diagnostic training for garages all across the UK.
Regularly featuring in magazines, writing articles and even setting questions for the IMI (automotive sector skills council).
The system and processes used at Gotboost has been replicated by the best garages around.
We use simple proven processes to prove what is or isn’t wrong with your car. Diagnostics isn’t about the equipment you use but the way the data is analysed. You need system knowledge, information and equipment to make an accurate diagnosis.