diagnostic check

diagnostic check

[‚dī·əg′näs·tik ′chek]
(computer science)
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A bulk of the work is to replace exhausted batteries but Ford's mobile technician is able to complete a quick diagnostic check on the vehicle and call for a recovery truck should the need arise.
The ACS witnessed different stalls of diagnostic check up in the camp.
Patients having any physical disability such as leg impairment or blindness were excluded as these could cause behaviors affecting the diagnostic check list.
In addition, the Service Package offers the convenience of Express Service, a complementary diagnostic check for added peace of mind along with a vehicle wash and vacuum to return customers' vehicles in pristine condition.
Diagnostic check alerts are displayed on the color monitor for the engine oil filter, the fuel-water separator, the hydraulic oil and the hydraulic oil filter.
SAAB Parts UK has expanded its national fixed price repairs offer to include a cambelt and water pump change, plus a warning light diagnostic check.
Vauxhall told the Robertsons to have a PS45 diagnostic check at one of their dealers but no fault was found.
Ben claims that Thorn had taken the car to the garage and asked it to run a diagnostic check - at a cost of PS65.
Level 1 is a diagnostic check, the second is what he calls 'plug and play'--the removal and replacement of data cards--and thirdly, the fitting of new sensors, etc.
Today, that same mechanic will plug a laptop or tablet into your car to perform a diagnostic check.
Men who test positive for PSA antigen would then take the urine test as a further diagnostic check.
An oil service is also available for pounds 129 and includes oil and filter change, vehicle diagnostic check, road test and wash and vacuum.

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