We want to expand our Fault Code Scan Service

A wider range of vehicle scanning & increased number of booking slots We’re offering a new Fault Code Scanning solution for Cars & Vans in Blackpool and the surrounding areas, however currently the vehicle manufacturers and availability is limited, we want to improve both! Our aim is to increase our staff levels to enable us to offer a wider choice of booking slots to have your car or van scanned for faults, and investing in further equipment to support as many vehicles as we can. Obviously this will take some time, but please, check back soon if you’re vehicle isn’t currently listed in our testing...
Mobile DTC Fault Code Scanning for Peugeot and Citroen Vehicles

Mobile DTC Fault Code Scanning for Peugeot and Citroen Vehicles

Code Scan Peugeot and Citroen Fault Code Scanning BlackpoolA Mobile Fault Code Scanning Service based in Blackpool to help diagnose warning messages and lights on the dashboard of your car. We can also delete DTC fault codes.58 Ingleway AvenueBlackpool, LancashireFY3 8JJGBhelp@codescan.co.ukMobile Fault Code Scanning Services for Blackpool and the surrounding area We offer an affordable & simple service to help you identify faults on your car & save time & money by arming you with the information to supply to your mechanic, garage & dealer to get the fault fixed. We Don’t Fix, but we provide a ‘First Step’ in repairing your vehicles faults Modern cars can be frustrating, as so much equipment built in to a vehicle nowadays is controlled or monitored by a computer hidden away somewhere. The only way these computers can communicate to the driver that there is a problem with a component is by displaying a warning message or light on your dashboard, often these are very vague, and so do little to help you understand what’s wrong with your car. Trouble Codes The way to find out what’s gone wrong with a modern car is by connecting a scanner to what’s called an OBDII port, which is basically a socket that allows diagnostic equipment to be connected to the vehicle, all modern vehicles have an OBDII port for this reason. Anyone can go & buy a suitable scanner for their car or van to ‘read’ these Trouble Codes, or DTC’s, but they’re expensive & probably not something you’d need to use again. Wouldn’t it be better save money for the actual repair?  Our low cost solution allows...