As a RAC Approved Garage working with Snap-On diagnostics our technicians have a vast knowledge working on all makes and models, not just Suzuki.
Using, as appropriate, either our Suzuki diagnostic equipment or our Snap-on diagnostic equipment, we can read the fault codes held within your vehicle's system. Then we can advise on the appropriate course of action.
Sometimes this can be as simple as clearing the fault codes and road testing. In other instances we can advise on replacement parts or software updates that may be required, but we will never undertake any additional work without getting your prior authorisation.
Our initial diagnostic charge is £60 (including vat) for an initial 30 minutes. Unlike many garages or fast fit operations our aim is to find your fault as quickly and as accurately as possible, resulting in lower labour charges, and we normally find 30 minutes to be sufficient diagnostic time.These are the common issues we are asked to diagnose
Many Suzuki models now have radar braking, collision mitigation and adaptive cruise control. These systems work off very sensitive sensors and cameras that depending upon model can be either behind the windscreen, part of the front grille or front bumper.
If for example you have to have your windscreen replaced and your vehicle is one with the sensors behind the windscreen, then you should get the system re-calibrated. Likewise if you damage your vehicles grille or bumper area on a model which has the sensors in those areas, a re-calibration should be carried out.
As a Suzuki dealer we have all the specialised equipment to carry out these calibrations on all Suzuki models. This calibration costs £120 (including vat).
With most Suzuki's now having radar braking systems many of our customers find it easier, should the need arise, to get their windscreen replaced with us and the radar braking system calibrated all in one visit. To get a quote simply complete the following form. We also undertake windscreen chip repairs.
If your vehicles dashboard has a warning light illuminated, we suggest you refer to our dedicated page first that explains what most warning lights may mean. Simply click here. It will help you explain to us what light is illuminated or may even mean that you won't need to contact or visit us, saving you time.