L1 Automotive Diagnostics And Programming LLC

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a superior level of mobile automotive services to professional repair and collision shops in order to elevate the professionalism and public image of our industry and its professionals. We will achieve our mission by striving to be the most effective diagnosticians and technicians and staying well equipped both in tooling and systems knowledge of the technology needed to fix today and tomorrows most advance vehicles. We are the BEST!

Sometimes nothing compares to the factory tooling…

What do we do?

We are a mobile business based in Collinsville Oklahoma, that offers advanced level automotive diagnostics, module programming, key and immobilizer solutions, R1234yf refrigerant services, ADAS Calibrations, and circuit board repairs.

We have most factory and aftermarket scan tools, along with some of the aftermarket’s most effective diagnostic tools; thermal imaging devices, digital storage oscilloscopes, in-cylinder pressure transducers, secondary ignition pickup devices, and many other devices to serve shops in the most effective and efficient manor to fix today’s most advanced vehicles.

With our tooling and expertise, we offer a greater level of solutions than the dealer!

We currently ONLY provide our services to professional repair shops and collision centers in the greater Tulsa area.

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Our larger mobile van loaded with dealer tools and advanced diagnostic equipment, we call it Big’N

Our Approach to Providing Service

We strive to provide the highest level of service possible, to do so we attend over 100 hours of instructor led training in a year on average, as well as hundreds more of online training, and self led research on new and emerging vehicle technologies to stay at the TOP of the curve.

All of our technicians are L1 Master ASE certified technicians, or on there way to achieving it. It is a condition of employment with us!

We believe if a technician is to stay a valuable asset in this industry he/she should be attending AT LEAST 8 hours of instructor led training every quarter.

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Our owner Keith instructing a class on module programming at ASA Pennsylvanians’ Super Saturday event 2019 (Picture by Howard Pitcow)