What you should look for in finding a good repair shop


Opting to keep your vehicle instead of getting a new one is a good way to save money. But keeping your vehicle longer, especially one that is older, means getting repairs and maintenance done. How do you make sure the shop and mechanic you choose are right for you and your vehicle?

  1. Find a Shop Specializing in Your Vehicle Brand

Many shops specialize in certain makes. Those that focus on your vehicle make are more likely to have highly qualified mechanics with the latest training and equipment to fix your vehicle. They typically belong to an organization or two and should be able to provide proof of their credentials.

  1. Check the Shop for Good References

What are your friends, family members, and associates saying about this repair shop? These are the people you can depend on to tell you the truth, especially if they’ve had a bad experience with the shop. So, do your homework in this area, ask around, check the Better Business Bureau, etc.

  1. Ensure the Shop Will Stand Behind Their Work?

Ask about warranties. What kind of guarantees does the shop give on repair work? Warranties can vary greatly among shops, so ask about them ahead of time. The mechanics should be transparent and get your authorization for any and all work to be done before making any repairs. There should be no hidden charges, fees, or surprises.

  1. For Control Module Issues, Find a Shop Capable of Handling Diagnostics and Repair for Todays Sophisticated Electrical Systems

Avoid paying for wasted labor time for replacing good parts that do not fix the problem. Finding an experienced shop with the right equipment and certified technicians trained in diagnosing Electronic Control Module (ECM) malfunctions will save you on your overall costs.

ModuleExperts is dedicated to providing top-quality module repair services. With more than 100 years combined of hands-on experience involving electronic control modules, we know the importance of providing our customers with quality and cost-effective repairs. Our staff of highly skilled technicians includes diesel experts, Military veterans, and recent Technical School graduates. All this ensures that each work order is handled with the utmost precision, attention to detail and care. Our A+ BBB rating proves our commitment to first-class customer service and satisfaction. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help service your control module needs. Have questions about a control module in need of repair? Give us a call at 888-593-2262 or simply fill out this form and one of our module experts will get back to you with a guaranteed solution.