When it comes to auto glass calibration service, the details matter. The team at Max Auto Glass are all AGSC and Dow-certified, so that our customers know they’re getting a perfectly calibrated windshield from consummate professionals every time.
When your windshield is replaced, all the sensors, cameras, and other components that make up the ADAS will need to be re-installed and calibrated. These systems rely on a perfect viewing area, which can be thrown off by even the slightest error in the calibration of your replacement auto glass.
During an auto glass calibration, our technicians typically perform the following:
- Connect our diagnostic equipment to the vehicle’s onboard computer system and proceed with a scan of the vehicle
- Check systems and work to identify all ADAS features present in the vehicle
- Set a game plan for any necessary repairs for damaged parts and see if parts like sensors or control modules need to be replaced
- Perform a second scan of the onboard diagnostics once repairs are complete and replacement parts are installed
- Always test drive the vehicle to verify the operation of the new systems on the roadway
Auto glass calibration is a service that simply has to be done 100% correctly, or these vital safety systems will not function properly. Using advanced tools and equipment, our knowledgeable technicians can ensure your auto glass is calibrated to the exact standards specified by the manufacturer.
How Do I Know If My Vehicle Has ADAS?
Advanced driver assistance systems are starting to become pretty commonplace in most cars on the roadway. When you have to have your auto glass replaced, our helpful technicians will begin by covering all the details of your current vehicle to help us determine what, if any, ADAS components are being utilized.
Having different systems can mean your vehicle is equipped with ADAS. Thinking of your vehicle, if you can recall using any of the examples below, you may have an ADAS system that needs to be recalibrated when you have a windshield replacement:
- Automatic windshield wipers
- Automatic car headlights
- Dashboards with heads-up displays
- Pedestrian and/or vehicle warning systems
As important as the different ADAS systems are in your vehicle, not having them tuned in properly can be very dangerous. If you’re noticing any sort of delay or unexpected behavior from systems like the above, it’s time to bring your vehicle in to see if an auto glass calibration is required.
Getting a Great Deal on Your Next Windshield Calibration
Max Auto Glass is all about giving our customers impeccable service at fair prices. We’ll even work with your insurance company to see if repairs are covered under your plan to give you the best deal possible on window calibration service. We also offer coupons on an array of windshield repair and replacement services.
If you’d like to look at financing windshield repairs, we got you covered there, too. Applying for a Max Auto credit card can help break up your repair bill into low monthly payments that are more manageable.
We’ll Come to You With Mobile Service
One of the most convenient aspects of our windshield service with Max Auto Glass is that we’ll come right to you to perform the work. Inside our state-of-the-art mobile service vehicles, our highly-experienced and dual-certified technicians have all the tools and parts necessary to complete your service to the highest industry standards.
If you’d rather talk over all your options and bring in your vehicle to a service center, our partner company BRAKEmax has locations all around Tucson that can meet all of your needs.
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