Pre-Notary Dynomark Assurance

Pro Plus Package Auto Expertise

Pro Plus Package Auto Expertise

The engine performance test of the automobile is performed using a dynamometer device.

The dynamometer allows the power and torque of the engine in manual, automatic, front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and transmission vehicles to be measured with the margin of error minimized. It shows the slightest error or malfunction in the engine of the car with a graph, which allows the ignition system and fuel intake system to be seen as it is. Thanks to the measurements before and after the modification, it determines the power gained from the operations performed.

The engine performance test, which must be performed at regular intervals in order to ensure safe driving with your vehicle, consists of a series of procedures. Making these measurements with precision will ensure your safety and extend the life of your vehicle by recognizing the malfunctions that will occur in your engine in advance.

Basically, engine performance testing is done with a dynamometer. Apart from measuring engine power, a number of examinations are also carried out on other parts of the engine. These are ;

  • Engine performance test
  • Engine knock control
  • Motor blowing control
  • Exhaust fumes control
  • Engine oil condition check
  • Engine coolant check
  • Turbo control

  • Inspection of changed and painted parts
  • Detection of micron values
  • Processed part reporting

This is done. These measurements are graphized and presented to the buyer as a report.

With test equipment whose reliability is approved by the automotive industry all over the world, it is reported whether your vehicle has a solid shock absorber and a balanced suspension, the most important elements required for solid handling. During these measurements;

  • Minimum traction on all four wheels
  • Minimum holding frequency
  • Vehicle weight measurements
  • Measurement of force with the principle of vibration
  • EUSAMA criterion test
  • Weight measurement of each wheel

It is being done.

This test checks the brake system components that affect braking performance. Braking performance in the vehicle is of great importance in terms of revealing the condition of the brake system. It should not be forgotten that braking is affected by road conditions and timely maintenance and replacement of wheels together with system elements.

With this test;

  • Maximum brake force measurement of four wheels
  • Rear brake limiter control
  • Stability control throughout braking
  • Pedal force measurement
  • Determination of brake force and balance
  • Detection of friction caused by rolling
  • Calculation of right and left percentages of front and rear axles
  • Calculation of front rear brake percentage at different braking intensity
  • Measurement of four-wheel performance contribution according to braking intensity
  • Brake control before ABS

This is done. These measurements are graphized and presented to the buyer as a report.

  • Brain active and passive failure investigation and reporting
  • Controlling all electrical and electronic data of the car from a single screen by connecting the device to the car's brain unit
  • Testing whether safety systems such as ABS, ESP, ASR etc. are active or not
  • Engine electronics testing
  • Detection with the device if there is a warning given by the system in the engine assembly
  • ABS brake system malfunctions
  • Various fault codes: fuel system, automatic transmission, vehicle control system, rear taillight, circuit, short to battery, passenger seat belt buckle switch, circuit short to ground, all doors unlock relay circuit fault