OLAF SERVICES

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Full Vehicle
Service

Provide multiple services.

Electric Diagnose

Use specialized diagnostic equipment to access your vehicle's data.

Engine Replacement

Multiple steps and process carried to Engine Replacement.

Engine Diagnose

Diagnose all diesel and petrol engines.

Full Vehicle Service

We provide services of,

  • Minor Clutch repair
  • Major Clutch repair
  • Brakes repair
  • Air-conditioning servicing and repair

Electric Diagnose

We use specialized diagnostic equipment to access your vehicle's data and pinpoint the cause of any electrical problems. Our electrical system service includes:

  • A thorough visual inspection of battery and case condition
  • Check to ensure your battery can still deliver adequate power, and replace it if necessary
  • Electrical cable connections are examined and adjusted, if necessary
  • Engine diagnostics may be necessary to troubleshoot sophisticated systems or complex electrical problems.
  • LPG related work

There are dozens of electrical components needed to route power in your vehicle's electrical system and these can vary greatly according to vehicle make, model and age. Your electrical system includes your vehicle's battery, alternator and starter. Many new vehicles also feature sophisticated computer systems that affect functions like steering, brakes, sensors, and more. All of these electrical components make it difficult to diagnose the cause of vehicle electrical problems, but most begin and end with your battery.

Engine Replacement

We provide services of,

  • Replace used engine
  • Recondition of customer unit
  • Recondition unit
  • Remanufactured unit

Please refer our 'Steps and Processes' section to understand how we carry 'Engine Replacement'.

Engine Diagnose

We diagnose all diesel and petrol engines. An engine diagnostic is a test, which is performed to learn more about why an engine is not functioning properly. Engine diagnostics can be performed by skilled home mechanics with the proper equipment, or a car can be taken into a mechanic or dealer for diagnosis. The engine diagnostic is used to gather data, which can be utilized in the repair of the vehicle, and it can also be used during things like emissions testing, in which a car is checked to confirm that it adheres to emissions standards for vehicles in its class.

Performing an engine diagnostic start with plugging a device into the car's onboard computer. There is usually a space to do this just under the dashboard on the driver's side of the car. The device interfaces with the computer, returning a diagnostic code, which can be referenced against a list of codes for vehicles from that manufacturer. If the engine is in good working condition, the device will inform the user. If there is a problem, one or several codes may be displayed.

Codes can mean a wide variety of things. During an engine diagnostic, the mechanic determines what is causing each code to display, for the purpose of developing an estimate to let a driver know how much it will cost to address a problem. Sometimes, the issue is simple while in other cases it can be very complex.