Determining engine fault codes can be daunting at first but in this article we attempt to explain a little more about the OBD system (on-board diagnostic system) and DTC codes (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) and what they could potentially mean.
VW Bath based garage & Audi service specialists
Independent VW Garage specialist, providing Audi servicing, Seat & Skoda repairs for the Bath area.
MCM garage is a family run business, trading since early 2009. Business owner Chris is a Volkswagen dealer trained mechanic (since 2002) and now works as an independent VW specialist including the Volkswagen group Audi, Seat and Skoda vehicles. We’re a friendly garage team providing a range of car services for Bath, Radstock, Wells and the surrounding areas, helping to lower your VW service cost. Finding us isn’t a problem either, we can pick up your car if it’s more convenient and provide courtesy cars on request during your car service!
MCM Garage also carry out car services and repairs to other makes of vehicle – we don’t just fix Golfs, Beetles and Passats. Owners Chris and Matt have built up good working relationships with other local garages, including specialists and main dealers, so if you come to us with a problem that we are not able to deal with we can always point you in the direction of the best place to get help.
Collection and delivery available free of charge within approximately 10 mile radius. Majority of Bath and Bristol included. Please call to confirm if we can collect your car.
MCM garage is also an approved member of the RMI (Retail Motor Industry Federation) and their Trust My Garage scheme. Details of this scheme and what it gives our customers can be found in the above link.
Tuesday: 8am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 8am – 5pm
Saturday: 8am – 1pm
If you call outside of our opening times you will be diverted to a company mobile. Please leave us a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Please be aware that this may not be until the next working day.
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During the Coronavirus outbreak and lockdown in the UK, we’ve been known to use our cars less as we stay at home more often. However, it’s important during this time to keep maintaining your vehicle so it’s ready when need to use it. Despite our cars nowadays being so technologically advanced, you may think it’s odd that the battery on your car could cause issues. Almost a third of breakdowns on the road are due to flat batteries or battery related complications. Therefore it’s sensible to keep checking and maintaining your car battery. In this article we address how to prevent a flat car battery when our cars are sat for longer periods on our driveways without use.