Engine Diagnostic

At Southern Cross Automotive Repairs, our car and truck mechanics are trained in the latest state-of-the-art engine diagnostics, so that we can quickly identify and repair a problem ensuring you are off-the-road for as little time as possible.

Our car diagnostic or diesel diagnostic checks take away any guesswork by accessing information transmitted by your car’s computer, which is then accurately interpreted by our technicians.

Today’s vehicle engines are controlled by a complex system of computers, modules, actuators and sensors. A simple failure of any one of these essential parts can cause various issues. They can range from a simple light on the dash with no apparent change in the way your car performs, to a full blown no start situation. When or if this happens, we will properly test your vehicle’s systems and determine the necessary repairs. We will always keep you up-to-date with your car’s progress and will not start any work until we receive your confirmation.

Engine Diagnostic
Engine Diagnostic

Offering A Full Engine Diagnostic Service

Don’t let a small issue escalate into a major problem. Call us today to see how we can assess and diagnose your vehicle with our computer diagnostics service. We offer:

  • Engine management diagnostics
  • Car and light commercial vehicle engine tuning
  • Car engine tuning
  • Fault tracing and diagnostics

Highest Quality Service & Experience

With an in-depth mechanical knowledge due to over 30 years in the business, we can handle all your engine diagnostic services quickly and efficiently. We only use the highest quality parts that are equal to or exceed the standards or the original manufactured parts and will have you back on the road safely with a car running smoothly and efficiently. Call us now on (02) 9669 5935 or book online.

Engine Diagnostic
Engine Diagnostic

Signs You May Need An Engine Diagnostic Check

  • Rough idling
  • Decreased fuel efficiency
  • Poor performance
  • Starting issues
  • Idle problems
  • High emissions
  • Sensor faults