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At Dack Motor Group we are passionate about what we do, so we really do care about the fault with your vehicle and will find the cure! We have just purchased (March 2016) the most upto date Land Rover diagnostic interface. This connects between your car and our computers and gives us lots of data.
We also have access to the Land Rover technical data, so if you have a warning light on or a fault with your vehicle... Dack have the equipment, information and trained technicians to diagnose the issue.
Both our sites specialist in Land Rover, so if you need a Land Rover Diagnostic test in either Lincoln or Coventry, then give us a call. Alternatively you can book online and arrange a loan car or free local collection and delivery.
Wether it be your Range Rover, Discovery, Free Lander, Evoque or Defender with an engine management light on - we have the resources to diagnose.
Unfortunately diagnostics is rarely a case of 'plugging it in' (The diagnostic computer) - The computer aids diagnostics and points us in a direction (sometimes the wrong direction!) We will evaluate the symptoms that you report along with any fault codes, data reports, known fixes etc to establish the fault.
We also have an arsenal of other equipment such as smoke machines, osciloscopes, pressure gauges and much more to diagnose your Land Rover.
Give us a call to discuss your issue or book online.
If you have an ABS light on your dash board then this will need investigating to establish the issue. Your ABS light being illuminated is also an MOT failure.
Common fault codes are linked to 'ABS Wheel Speed Sensors'. Basically you have a sensor on each wheel that reports the speed of that wheel back to the ABS control unit. When the vehicle flags a fault with a sensor, the actual fault may very well be the sensor... but it could also be the wiring from that sensor to the control unit, the control unit itself or the 'pickup' for the sensor. Which can be a wheel bearing or other component near the sensor.