DIESEL HELP AUSTRALIA
Diagnostics and Training 0432 738 003
Diesel Help Australia, founded by Clinton Brett, a fifth-generation heavy vehicle mechanic and diesel fuel injection specialist who has worked in the industry since 1990.
In the past 10 years there has been a significant increase in the number diesel-powered passenger vehicles on our roads. The majority of these being the more advanced common rail diesel fuel system. This has resulted in a sharp increase in the number of general mechanical workshops servicing diesels.
Mechanics are finding themselves in unfamiliar territory having to diagnose issues with diesel engines. Access to some of the best diagnostic scan tools is at times proving to be a difficult task, especially if the are no fault codes and little knowledge of what vehicle data you should be looking for.
Diesel Help Australia is just a phone call away for members. We will help you systematically work your way through a proven process to arrive at the source of the problem, and provide you with the best solution. You will also enjoy regular news updates, technical bulletins, and discounts on our training programs.
Diesel Help Australia has a membership level to suit your needs:
Silver– 6x phone diagnostics, online technical bulletins, access to webinars, discount on training.
Gold– 15x phone diagnostics, online technical bulletins, access to webinars, diesel service advisor course, discount on training, discount on equipment and parts
Platinum – unlimited diagnostics and support, online technical bulletins, access to webinars, diesel service advisor course, discount on training, discount on equipment and parts
Diesel Help Australia Training and Resources:
- Customer Field Report Sheet to for customers to complete to aid in vehicle diagnosis
- Diesel Hub partners are trusted suppliers of diesel services and parts including engine specific tooling, diesel parts and business solutions
- Online training courses including; diesel service advisor, ultimate CRD diagnostics, live webinars, recorded webinars