UNILAG Faculty of Engineering opens Auto Diagnostic and Prognostic Centre



By Emmanuel Awosika

The Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, has announced the opening of its Auto Diagnostic and Prognostic Centre, as part of efforts to bolster the Faculty’s internally generated revenue.

Unlike traditional repair shops, the Centre is a drive-in garage that uses advanced sensors to diagnose vehicles for faults. It also has trained technicians available to proffer solutions for common vehicle problems and fix minor issues where necessary.

The Auto Diagnostic and Prognostic Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and is primed to offer quality vehicle diagnostic and repair services for members of the University of Lagos and the general public.

Other services available at the Centre include: auto diagnostics, servicing (oil and filter change), vehicle assessment/inspection, prognosis (failure prediction), fuel system service, brake system service, transmission flush and service, and preventive maintenance.

The Auto Diagnostic and Prognostic Centre is situated behind the Central Workshop, along Oduduwa Way, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba. 

Comments

  1. Eunice BabatundeMay 6, 2021 at 2:55 AM

    That's super impressive, do students get discounts?��

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    1. Wow this is nice it's the fact that the students get to practice what they are learning for me

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  2. Wow, this is so impressive!

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  3. This is beautiful ��

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  4. I like this progress. Keep it up unilag!

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  5. This is great and top notch

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  6. Very impressive, keep it upπŸ‘

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  7. This is awesome πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

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  8. Well done��

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  9. This is really nice . It shows we are embracing technology as a university. Cheers to faculty of Engineering for this.

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  10. Awesome advancement from the faculty of engineering. Very encouraging I must say

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  11. Wow this is really good it's a start to something better

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  12. Salami oluwapelumiMay 6, 2021 at 2:15 PM

    Another step forward. Good one

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  13. This is really nice ..... practicals always make learning better

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  14. Wow....nice one

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  15. This is impressive. It's good to know we are progressing.

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  16. This is impressive.

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