FD Mechanics – Car Diagnostics in Ewell

We’ll always find your fault

If you see a warning light on the dashboard, something could be seriously wrong with your car. You don’t want to take any chances, which is why FD Mechanics offers a thorough car diagnostic test in Ewell. As we work through our process, we’ll keep you in the loop the whole way, so you know exactly what’s happening with your car. Many local drivers have trusted us to find their faults over the years and we hope you will do the same when you next discover a fault.

How do our car diagnostics work?

Most vehicles have an engine control unit (ECU), which is used to monitor different parts of your vehicle. It tracks any problems which might be developing and reports them with a warning light. We use our experience to interpret these lights and then state-of-the-art equipment to repair or replace the problematic part. If our first attempt doesn’t solve the issue, we’ll repeat our process until your car is running perfectly again.

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Fast, efficient car diagnostics that never compromise on quality

We’re a 5* garage in Ewell who offers high-quality, transparent work on a range of makes and models of vehicle. Whatever you drive, we guarantee a 12-month parts and labour warranty on any repair we complete. We also aim for fast turnaround times.

If you drop your vehicle off before 10am, we will usually have it back to you, good as new, on the very same day. If you have a problem in the Ewell, Epsom or Stoneleigh area, book a car diagnostics appointment with FD Mechanics to solve it today.

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Online Booking

It’s never been easier to book an appointment!

Our online booking tool is simple and available 24/7, 365 days a year for your ease. All you need to do is enter your registration number, a few details about your problem and when you’re looking to book car diagnostics near you. After that, a member of our team will call you to confirm your appointment and sort out all the details. What’s more, it’s completely free to use!

Does your car need servicing or an MOT?