Automotive Programming in Kensington, PEI
Using factory scan tools and other specialized equipment, we provide ,Full vehicle diagnostics, Flash software updates, New module programming & set-up, Re-learns, actuations and other special functions, Security and immobilizer repair and Security key and fob programming
We are currently equipped to provide full dealership-level diagnostics and programming capability on over 20 brands Including Domestic, Asian and European Vehicles.
Vehicle examples we do are Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Saab, Smart, Suburu, Toyota, Volvo and Volkswagen / VW.
Nowadays cars are becoming more modern. High-resolution displays have overtaken analog fittings and software has become the fuel of engine control systems. It’s no wonder why new cars are displayed at computer fairs instead of car shows.
However, there is another reason why a car’s software is interesting. Car owners have the possibility to configure or code it themselves! Let’s dive into what is car coding and how it works.
A car is a complex machine with many functions that are controlled by a computer. Today, cars are equipped with assistance systems, hands-free options, and other smart services. However, not all of these embedded functions are enabled (or activated) by the manufacturer.
A car’s on-board computer takes over many functions that we aren’t aware of. Car drivers would be overwhelmed if they had to operate these functions manually. This is because the on-board computer also performs these functions simultaneously. Moreover, the functions can be classified according to various criteria.
Some basic coding functions:
Deactivating the Start/Stop function.
Beeping when unlocking and locking.
Locking the doors once a certain speed is reached (e.g. from 15 km/h).
Seatbelt warning sounds.
Mirrors automatically folding and unfolding.
Closing the windows after locking the car door with the key.
Flashing the brake lights during emergency braking.
Activating/deactivating daytime running lights.
Changing the brightness of daytime running lights.
Flashing of the headlights when locking or unlocking the doors via the remote control.
Flashing of the headlights when the alarm system is triggered.
Displaying of the real speed via GPS signal
Displaying the amount of fuel consumption at a given speed
Changing the brightness of the dashboard
Displaying the optimal gear changing time in eco or sport mode
Select whether the display should be on the dashboard or head-up display
Incoming call display
Warning signals coding
The rearview camera, which is automatically activated when the vehicle is put into reverse gear or rolled backward.
An acoustic warning signal, which sounds automatically when reverse gear is engaged or when the vehicle is rolling backward.