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Sheffield Motorcycle electrical repairs.

posted Jan 20, 2012, 7:02 AM by Gas Motorcycles Sheffield   [ updated Mar 12, 2012, 3:08 PM ]
Latest news at Gas Motorcycles of Sheffield, we have been busy on repairing motorcycles (no not ours), the courier side of the business has dropped off, but its that time of year after christmas when things are slow for the motorcycle courier, other type couriers may be steady, so I have to find another Income.

But as I said the repair side of things has picked up. We have been busy more so with motorcycle electrics, where bikes are used in the cold salty conditions and the salt eats away at the electrics, causing all sorts of problems, I personally specialise in motor vehicle electrics and mechanical repairs, and this time of year is when alarms and immobilisers play up, I have been known to remove datatool units, In fact one of our riders who broke down on the M25 with MKBikes helping out, his bike had a datatool immobiliser, in which the unit was the cause of his breakdown, the iternal circuit of the immobiliser was not communicating with the coils, hence no spark, but seeing as he worked for Us I  didnt charge him. So if you require a mechanic for your motorcycle, car, van or whatever or even require my services to MOT your bike (yes I am a Tester as well) and you dont want to pay garage prices then look no further. I also do all types of vehicle mechanical and electrical repairs, mot repairs, fuel injection and carburettor balancing and tuning, servicing, fault finding, head gaskets, timing belts, valve clearances, MIL engine management diagnostics with OBDII/EOBD code reader and I can put the lights out when repaired and I'm Mobile with a Van so I can come to you.

Not only have I personally been in the garage industry, but I also have experience in the breakdown Industry, I personaly can work on all types of motor vehicles old or new, 2,4,6 or 18 wheeled vehicles as well, compaired to someone who only knows BMW cars or Triumph Motorcycles and thats all they know, this gives me an advantage as I have experience on all vehicles, even TVR's (yes i used to work at a garage for 5 years on these poorly built kit cars)

My Qualifications are in the motor vehicle Industry:
  • Vosa Nominated testers certificate
  • B-Tec level2 (vehicle electrics and electronic principles)
  • C+G NVQ level 2 in The Motor Industry
  • City and Guilds 383 level1,2,3
  • Diploma in Excellence. V.A.G (vw/audi/Group)
  • Brittania Rescue. AIMS Award.
  • Green Flag. Roadside and Rescue Award.

But is not about certificates, its about experience, you dont pay for the time, you pay for the knowledge.

I do have other qualifications but not relating to the Motor Industry