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Advanced Equipment and Expert Education at Weber Automotive

Weber Automotive| North Olmsted, OH

The auto industry is rapidly growing, and there's a lot of technology involved. Every single year, vehicles get more and more advanced. In order to keep up with the ever-advancing technologies, Weber Automotive likes to take a proactive rather than a reactive approach. 


These days, cars are like computers on wheels. There are 10 to 12 computers, sometimes more, to communicate with each other all the time operating your vehicle. So, we not only have to understand how an engine, brakes work, exhaust systems, an all other parts of the vehicle work but you also have to know battery systems, multiple voltages, hybrid systems, etc. There are so many computers data systems throughout your car that you can even connect your phones to your car. 

How Weber Stays on Top of Technology

The Best Equipment

It takes a lot of equipment to be able to diagnose these problems when they come up because vehicles are so complex. Every year, we spend a vast amount of our money and time keeping up with new diagnostic equipment. Because the cars are so complex, the tools are also complex. 

Continuous Education

Another way we are being proactive about advancing technology is that we are constantly educating our technicians. We're always in school learning how to use these things and learning how the systems work so we can properly diagnose when they don't work right.

So, we have the right tools and the most knowledge about auto technologies. We are one of the few shops in the area that are certified to work on hybrid and electric cars. We are even trained on how to repair alternative fuel vehicles that run on compressed natural gas. 

It's All About Our Customers

The most important reason we keep up with advancing technologies and education in the automotive realm is that it saves our customers the hassle of going to multiple shops, the stress of not knowing what is wrong with their car, time, and money!

Because we know how to work with every car and we have the tools to diagnose any problem, we don't have to guess what is wrong with your car! We can identify and fix the issue quick and correctly. Whereas other shops with limited knowledge and technology have to guess what the problem is. Our accuracy saves you money because once the job is done, your car will run for a very long time!


If you have any issues with your vehicle, make sure to take it to a shop that has technicians that are educated continuously and using the most up to date tools! Contact us at Weber Automotive to schedule an appointment!

Weber Automotive| North Olmsted, OH

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