What is electronic diagnostics?
Your car is equipped with a diagnostics socket so the diagnostics instruments can communicate with the electronics in your car. Mark Scott technicians receive regular training in all the latest technologies. They know all makes, and are familiar with all the latest models on the market.
Mark Scott is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostics tools. These devices can communicate with the different systems inside your car. This process will allow our technicians to detect electronic failures in memory (default codes) and fix them. We can also do a health check-up of the electronics in your car.
Our teams give you a complete overview after the intervention, including the provided services. We pride ourselves on full transparency.
Mark Scott commitments
Your manufacturer’s warranty stays valid.
1400/2002 clearly stipulates you can freely choose who services your car, as from the day of purchase, without losing your manufacturer’s warranty. Mark Scott has referenced renowned suppliers, known for their professionalism and their respect of the strictest standards in terms of the quality of the spare parts, the lubricants, and in terms of safety and respect for the environment. Mark Scott commits itself to only use original spare parts or parts of a comparable quality and to respect the recommendations of the manufacturer and the specifications mentioned in the service manual of your car.
Why choose Mark Scott?
We have expertise in many brands.
Your manufacturer’s warranty is guaranteed.
We offer competitive prices.
Our teams have received full training.
What the car diagnostics consists of?
The electronic health check-up of your car.
Diagnostics of the electric parking brake system.
ABS/ESP setting of the steering angle sensor.
The connection between the ESP and the airbag system.
Resetting the service interval.
Motor oil sensor.
Resetting the electronic valve.
ABS/ESP setting in function of the tyre size (change dimensions and/or winter tyres).
Diagnostics of the shock absorber.
Diagnostics of the parking aid system.
Diagnostics of the ABS /ESP braking system and replacement of the braking oil.
Diagnostics of the exhaust system.
Computerized diagnostic services
If your car is not running properly, won’t start or has a ‘check engine’ light on, you will need some diagnostics. This procedure first communicates with your car’s computer to find out what the computer thinks is wrong. We then verify component failure to make sure the computer is not simply confused. After determining the cause of your problem, we will recommend the necessary repairs.
WHAT A TYPICAL DIAGNOSTIC PROCESS IS
A typical car inspection would start by walking around the bodywork checking for signs of damage past and present. This includes the gaps between panels. The bonnet would be lifted and the internal bodywork checked for damage past and present then the boot would be opened and checked for damage past and present. The engine would be started and examined for excessive smoke, blowback, unusual noises and signs of overheating. The car would be test driven to see if power is appropriate to the manufacturers horsepower.
The engine would also be tested to see if it was smooth running through the revolution range and that it would reach full revolutions. As the engine was being tested the gearbox would be checked for smooth operation, noises and syncromesh wear (common problem). The clutch would be tested for smooth pick up and delivery of power (very common problem). The drive shafts, steering, brakes would be tested for correct operation. The warning lights would be checked to ensure they are present and working correctly. The brake pedal rubber, gearstick, steering wheel, seat belts, are checked for wear. The seats and carpets are looked over for rips, burns and stains.