In Greater Sudbury and beyond, Airway Automotive has become the answer to "Where do I take my diesel for service and repair?" We have invested 10's of thousands of dollars into state of the art, factory, scan tools from GM, Ford and Dodge. Airway Automotive has the technicians, experience, and equipment that it takes to service and repair today's modern diesel engines in a timely and efficient manner.
- Complete Engine Performance Analysis and Testing
- Complete Computer and Electronic System Testing and Repairs
- Fuel Injection Service
- Fluid Leak Testing and Repairs
- Injector Pump Service and Repairs
- Turbocharger Repair
- EGR Repairs
- DEF/DPF system repair
Due to the technology being used in modern Ford diesels, the use of an IDS is a requirement to properly diagnose and repair these engines. Many fixes for these engines require a software calibration that requires a subscription to Fords database and the tooling (IDS) to perform the task. Without this level of technology, the repair shop is left guessing about what is wrong with your truck and whether it is fixed properly or not. Don't let just anyone play with your investment without the proper tooling.
Our Certified Technicians are experts at servicing and repairing the Ford PowerStroke series of engines. From leaking head gaskets due to engine overheating, turbocharger and emissions control problems to injector problems due to poor fuel quality, we will not only correct these problems but also minimize or eliminate these issues in the future.
We are PowerStroke Diesel experts, don't trust these repairs with just anyone, we are a team dedicated to repairing and eliminating any and all problems related to these complex modern diesel engines.
At Airway Automotive we have always been on top of the latest diagnostic technology and continue to do so with the GM Tech 2. The GM Tech 2 is the GM factory diagnostic system and we are one of the few independent shops in Greater Sudbury that have invested in factory scan tool technology.
In fact due to the technology used in modern GM diesels, the use of a Tech 2 is a requirement to properly diagnose and repair these engines. Many fixes for these engines require a software calibration or update that requires a subscription to GM's database and the tooling (Tech 2) to perform the task. Without this level of technology, the repair shop is left guessing what is wrong with your truck and whether its fixed properly or not. Don't let just anyone play with your GM Diesel without the proper tooling and experience.
The Cummins diesel first appeared in Dodge trucks way back in 1989 with the 5.9L turbo in line 6 cylinder. They became very popular both for the fuel economy and the low end torque compared to the big V8 gasoline alternatives at the time. Over the years the Dodge diesels have been refined vastly and are still one of the leading players in the market. Although these engines are some of the best in class they still require advanced technology to diagnose and repair problems when they do arise.
Airway Automotive has recently added the factory Dodge Diagnostic System to our arsenal of diagnostic equipment and specially tools. It can be very difficult to impossible to accurately diagnose engine lights and driveability problems on these modern engines without this technology and without it you are left guessing at the cause of the issue. Don't let just anyone play with your investment without the proper tooling and know how!!
Call, email, or stop by today to book a service appointment with the pros on your diesel car or truck!