Vehicle Diagnostics Market Research

by Global Market Research Analyst

Vehicle diagnostics are the mechanics involved with identifying and assessing problems that may negatively affect the proper performance of an automobile. Mechanics may employ various techniques and tools in conducting vehicle diagnostics, ranging from cursory physical checks to more detailed, computer-based analyses.  Historically, effective diagnostics relied on the individual competence of mechanics and their abilities to use visual or audible clues to determine the problem.

According to the market database, with the approach of Electronic Control Units (ECUs) in cars, airplanes, boats, and motorcycles, the task of vehicle diagnostics has become markedly simpler. By ECUs, technicians can take advantage of computer technology to aid them in identifying and resolving malfunctions. Virtually all modern road vehicles now come equipped with Onboard Diagnostics (OBD) ports, which work with the ECU to monitor various sensors and log codes when errors or problems occur. Anyone with a special cable and laptop can plug into an OBD port and download the error codes to determine with certainty what is wrong. Market database states that knowing what is wrong, however, is still only half the battle. An experienced mechanic is still crucial to resolving malfunctions.

Recently, Continental, a leading aftermarket supplier of OE-engineered parts, advanced diagnostics, service information, and connected services, has substantially increased the vehicle coverage and service capabilities of its Autodiagnos Pro Automotive Diagnostic System. Manufacturers introduce new models of automobiles that are constantly emerging. According to the market database, Autodiagnos Pro reports vehicle-wide DTCs in an average of 20-30 seconds, decodes Vehicle Identification Number in seconds, and provides accurate data in a list, multiple graphs, and gauge formats. The clear and sharp interface presents vehicle data in an intuitive and uncluttered layout that is easy to configure and simple to read.

The tool can be configured to integrate seamlessly with a shop’s current workflow system. Engineered and supported in the United States, Autodiagnos Pro was designed and built by Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) tool developers on a worldwide OEM platform. The scan tool features an easy-to-use interface and incorporates the same data used in OE diagnostics. The Autodiagnos Pro was engineered and manufactured in the United States.

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