Volkswagen Electrics & Diagnostics

Volkswagen Auto Electrician

We offer a Professional friendly service at competitive prices.

Today's vehicles now rely on computer technology to run all sorts of items; engine, braking systems, airbags and more recently wipers, lights, central locking and alternators. This in-built complexity means that it is essential to be able to connect to the computer controlled components to diagnose and repair problems, or even carry out simple tasks like resetting a service light.

At Auto Ignition, we offer a professional and comprehensive Auto Electrical Service to all Volkswagen vehicles. Our trained technicians have years of experience working on Volkswagen vehicles and are able to diagnose any fault.

Our extensive knowledge gained through the years of experience and training, enables us to repair Volkswagen to the highest quality. With the level of technology and expertise we have available it is no longer necessary to think that only your main dealer can fix a problem.

Volkswagen Auto Electrical Service

At Auto Ignition, we have all the up to date diagnostic equipment to read Engine Management systems, ABS systems, Airbags, Body control units and lots more. Most of our equipment is dealer level so we can normally carry out most jobs that your normal diagnostic machines wont.

We carry out repair work to wiring faults, ecu’s, electrical components and have the ‘know how’ to find the hardest of intermittent electrical faults through to fitting stereos and hands free kits. We also supply parts if needed at very reasonable prices and offer competitive rates for any jobs to be completed.

Our Auto Electrical Services Include:
  • Battery and Alternator testing
  • Air bag & warning light reset
  • Key programming
  • Programming of vehicle TSP & E-TSP functions
  • Diagnosis and repair electrical faults
  • Servicing light reset
  • Re wire of electrical systems for classical cars
  • OEM coding and programming
  • Computer Diagnostic Plug In
  • Airbag fault finding and repairs
  • Tow bar and Trailer module programming

Volkswagen Diagnostics

Today's vehicles are equipped with highly sophisticated electronic engine control systems. The computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that tells your ignition, fuel and emission control systems what to do. At the first sign of any engine problems, such as rough running, low fuel economy, failure to pass an emissions test or dashboard warning lights, be sure to give us a call soon as possible.

By tapping into your vehicle's computer, using the latest diagnostic tools and software for Volkswagen our experienced technicians can check a multitude of engine components and diagnose any fault or issue your vehicle might be having.

Volkswagen Auto Air Conditioning

We are able to service, diagnose and maintain all auto air conditioning systems. We recommend that air conditioning systems receive their annual service check ups during spring.

Volkswagen Lighting

Our team is highly skilled and can restore your lighting in your vehicle. We fit: H4, H7, Xenon, LED, capless bulbs, hazards, HI beam, LO beam, side lights, fog lamps, courtesy lights

Why do you need your faulty ABS repairing?

ABS, Anti-lock braking Systems, are usually electronically operated by an ABS ECU, and if a fault occurs, or the ECU detects a problem such as a wheel turning significantly faster or slower than the others, it will send a signal to rectify it. If a serious fault develops, the ABS ECU can cause the ABS to be disabled, which is dangerous and will cause an brake failure.

An ABS system includes the ECU, wheel speed sensors, and hydraulic valves within the brake hydraulics, and a problem can occur with any of these, causing faulty signals to be sent to the ECU.

This is noticeable when the warning light appears on the dashboard and it is essential that you have an expert carry out thorough testing in order to diagnose the problem and perform appropriate ABS modulator repairs.

An ABS module repair will ensure that the ECU and the modulator and pump continue to apply the necessary pressure to ensure safe and effective braking.