Servicing

Log Book Servicing, Minor/Major Servicing, Electronic Engine Tune

Log Book Servicing

A log book services are a comprehensive schedule of servicing specified by vehicle manufacturers necessary to maintain the warranty.

The relevant information on servicing requirements up to 200,000km and the recording of services are all in the log book itself. The log book specifies what needs to be done and it should say how long the service should take to avoid being overcharged. Having a completed log book can also increase the resale value of the vehicle.

Many people think that they have to go back to the car dealership’s nominated mechanic for your log book service to not void the warranty. But in reality this is far from the truth. You are free to have your log book service carried out by any reputable and professionally registered service centre that you choose.

When you get your log book servicing done by Coastbay you’re getting the very best in automotive care, with staff receiving regular training to ensure their skills are kept up-to-date.

Log Book Servicing
Minor/Major Servicing

Minor/Major Servicing

Their are milestones in the life of a car where particular components need attention. Whilst these are often specified by the manufacturer, the need for some servicing may be dictated by the vehicle use.

Major servicing may include a host of functions, including grease, oil and oil filter change, diagnostic electronic tune-up, fluids, brake, suspension and belts check and a safety inspection.

Whether your car needs a major or minor service, you can be assured that Coastbay will only do what is necessary, that it will be done right and that you won’t be overcharged for it.

Electronic Engine Tune

In modern engines, the host of functions which used to be manually adjusted during a service, are now all electronically controlled by an ECU, or Engine Control Unit.

An Electronic Engine tune is a comprehensive diagnosis of the whole engine, including the electronic management systems and the fuel delivery system. This enables the detection of problems that may be costing you money, now or in the future.

By analysing the data from the engine diagnostic process, the technician is able to adjust all the engine settings to the manufacturer’s specifications, ensuring the vehicle is performing as it should be.

Electronic Engine Tune