The automotive service repair industry is aware of this problem and have been developing and providing a wide range of professional services to correct the power and fuel economy complaints. However due to the ongoing integration of higher mechanical specifications; the gradual adoption of newer and different types of fuel management systems; the integration of computerized engine management systems; the need to meet government mandated fuel economy and emission standards; recognize the impact that geographical location has on the vehicle’s operation; and lastly the relationship that local weather and driving conditions can have the ability of a vehicle to perform at its optimum level for its life.
The professionals at Driveability have been studying this problem for some time in North America, Europe and Asia. The research indicates that regardless of the geographical location and the associated weather conditions, the incidence of the complaints related to performance and fuel economy were very similar. As a result of an extensive analysis, a better understanding of the conditions was recognized and a unique 3-step service process was developed to return a vehicle’s engine performance and fuel economy to it a near new level.
The information within the Driveabilty website begins by defining the term “driveability”, then it explains the root causes that contributes to the gradual performance loss and poor fuel economy, focuses on the need to recognize the type of fuel management system used on an engine and why a universal service repair solution is ineffective and lastly, the Driveability team offers its service recommendation that has proven to be very effective at return a vehicle to a near new performance level.