AutoMD.com, Autobytel.com and Driverside.com have programs that can help diagnose car problems online. These websites offer car diagnostic tools that analyze possible problems based on cars' particular symptoms.
AutoMD service shop specialists designed the AutoMD.com tool, based on its unique “question tree” diagnostic process. The tool provides a quick diagnosis of the vehicle’s problem. It bases its diagnosis on the vehicle’s symptoms, parts and the owner’s visual observations.
DriverSide.com’s tool requires the user to choose a year, make and model of vehicle to receive diagnostic help. It unearths issues with engines, air filters, transmissions and other parts.
Autobytel.com publishes a list of possible symptoms a car may experience. Site visitors click through the options that are pertinent to their vehicles to find potential solutions to their car problems.