“Check Engine Light”
When your “Check Engine Light” comes on, bring your car in to Lamb’s. This alert informs our professional technicians that a sensor is providing data that is out of range or not providing data at all, and the related system needs review to determine why the sensor is not functioning properly. Lamb’s ASE certified technicians review the entire diagnostic data-stream to determine the real cause of the warning, rather than just replace the sensor that alerted you of the problem. This ensures that you don’t waste money by replacing parts that are just the messenger and not the problem.
Engine Diagnostics and Performance Tuning Services
At Lamb’s, we offer complete services for engine diagnostics and performance tuning, including: advanced computerized data acquisition and analysis, fail/no-fail testing of components to ensure accuracy of diagnostics, and complete repair/replacement of PCM, ECM, CAN networks, Body Control Modules, control sensors and solenoids, and re-flash data files (as applicable). And as always, we test drive your vehicle to verify any and all concerns.
Engine Warning Signs
In addition to seeing your “Check Engine Light” come on, you may have an engine performance issue if you experience any of the following: you lose power, your gas mileage drops, your engine “knocks” when it accelerates, your engine stalls, your engine starts hard (even when the battery easily turns the engine over), your engine continues to run after you turn the ignition off, your engine runs rough at any or all speeds, your engine backfires, spits or pops, or there is a noxious (harmful) ehaust odor. Bring your vehicle to the certified technicians at Lamb’s right away if you experience any of these warnings