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Investment in information and technology

With new management, comes new insight. CMC Workshop is an online entity, with up to the minute, vehicle specific information available for almost every make and model of car sold in the UK for the past 50 years. This includes updates from manufacturers as to common issues along with any subtle changes to service schedules, lubricants and/or tyre pressures. This is not a one-off investment, it is well understood that vehicle technology is constantly changing, and CMC Workshop is committed to ensuring that it does not fall behind the technology curve.


Diagnostic trouble shooting

In line with the IT investment working behind the scenes, CMC Workshop has invested considerably in diagnostic equipment. Going beyond the average EOBD engine management system access, we have equipment that, with few noteable exceptions*, can access all systems fitted to almost all common (and some not so common) UK vehicles, as well as most Japanese imports.


A/C Repairs/Diagnostics

CMC Workshop staff are all trained in diagnosis, leak detection and repair of A/C systems. To back them up, we have up to date equipment to service/regas A/C systems fitted to all vehicles*.


Tyre Fitting (On-site) New for May 2014

Starting in early May 2014, we will be able to supply and fit most makes of tyres for all cars and motor bikes, utilising the latest technology tyre fitting and balancing machines, we will be able to cope with wheels from 10" to 22" diameter and all types of tyres, including run flat tyres, as fitted to BMW Minis and modern Hybrid vehicles etc.

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Diagnostics: To our knoweledge, our diagnostic equipment does not cover Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini due to the unique equipment costs. Sadly, Chrysler CRD vehicles currently also remain outside of our reach, due to technology issues.

A/C: All vehicles manufactured after 1995 (and older models converted to use R134a), though not Hybrid vehicles at the time of writing (due to additional requirements of service equipment), though this will change soon.

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