Constantly adapting to automotive technology to help you succeed
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
In the last 20 years, vehicle technology has gone through a dramatic change. We have the ability to talk to our cars, but what is even more astounding is the ability for them to answer back. Windshield wipers turn on by themselves, radar detects surroundings and reacts with warnings and brake application. According to an article written on BBC News Technology, Freescale Semiconductor is the producer of many of the chips in car control systems. Steve Wainwright, European manager at the company said average cars have 25-30 electronic control units and high-end cars carry up to 80. Computers are what make the modern vehicle tick, however, these same computers can challenge today's technician if they are not consistently updating their knowledge as well as costly equipment.
On The Fly Diagnostics knows the difficulty in finding the cause of these problems on modern vehicles today due to limited information and restriction of equipment. Software discrepancy is common and cars need updates comparable to your home computer. Symptoms and driveability issues are often rectified by these updates, but manufacturers are also recommending them as a starting point before issues with these vehicles are looked into further. The hardware to do this is extremely expensive and is not commonly acquired. The most frequent result is turning away a potential customer or attempting the diagnostic with unsuccessful results. If successful diagnosis is accomplished, repair on these systems is still sometimes a problem. If a computer, module, component, or something simple as a battery is determined faulty programming and or coding is necessary. Programming, or loading fresh software into a new component requires the above mentioned equipment. Vehicle Coding or mating the new component to the rest of the cars systems is also necessary in order for it to be recognized by the vehicle.
Relief for the industry is attainable without the risk of additional financial liabilities and client loss. On The Fly Diagnostics, LLC has over 8 years in the industry as a diagnosticians and understands the struggle to keep up. Reputation is the drive behind success in automotive repair and technological limitations are preventing it. On The Fly Diagnostics, LLC spokesperson said, " We adapt to the industry to help you succeed." With a unique on-site diagnostic and programming service, the most state-of-the-art equipment and constant education, businesses can save time and re-establish growth.
On The Fly Diagnostics, LLC is the only On-Site automotive diagnostic and programming company in the Chicago area that specializes in european vehicles. The company was established to help shop owners and dealerships keep customers in their bays and stay in touch with the constant change in technology without the hassle of calling a tow truck. For more information, please visit http://www.ontheflydiagnostics.com/.