Truck repair shop in Whitmore Lake, MI

Auto diagnostic service in Ann Arbor, MI

We have have moved just north of Ann Arbor.

State Street Auto & Truck
6628 Whitmore Lake Rd
Whitmore Lake MI  48189
734-761-8006
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Automotive Diagnostic Service in Ann Arbor, MI

Diagnostics services at State Street Auto Service in Ann Arbor can determine if any issues are preventing your vehicle from running correctly and efficiently.

Diagnostic tests need to be performed when you notice:

  • Check engine lights or other indicator lights on the dash
  • Odd noises
  • Fluid leaks
  • Strange odors
  • Issues with steering and control of the vehicle
  • Poor fuel economy

Most newer vehicles have an on-board diagnostic computer, which is responsible for the check engine warning light we’re all too familiar with. Our auto repair technicians get information from that computer to give us a diagnostic trouble code. These codes point us to general vehicle systems to check. Then specific tests are performed to pinpoint the exact problem and a quick, accurate check engine light repair.

The diagnostic equipment we use is expensive to purchase and maintain, but at State Street Auto Service, we know that investing in excellent equipment is the best way to provide quality auto repair. We take great pride in providing quality diagnostics service so we can find and fix problems the first time, every time.

When it comes to auto repairs and auto maintenance, including diagnostics service, we are fortunate to have the best technicians in Ann Arbor. We’re located on S. State Street, across from University of Michigan South Campus in Ann Arbor, MI, one mile south of University of Michigan Central Campus.

Magnuson-Moss Act buyer beware

Having State Street Auto Service work on your vehicle in NO way limits or restricts your new car warranty. All that is important is that you service your vehicle. By law, having your vehicle serviced by the dealer is not required.

Magnuson-Moss Act of 1975 - Federal Law Prohibits any auto dealer from implying or denying routine warranty service because scheduled routine maintenance was performed at an independent facility. Title 15 Chapter 50 sections 2301-2312 US Federal Code.