Chat with a virtual mechanic chatbot for free:

Note: You can check out my free car problems diagnostic tool if you’re stuck on where to look or what to do. It is an interactive three-step form that walks you through simple steps to point you in the right direction of the vehicle problems troubleshooting process.

Got car trouble? Don’t stress. The Virtual Mechanic Chatbot is your new best friend. This smart chatbot from Autocornerd helps everyday drivers like us fix common car problems without all the hassle. Whether your check engine light is on, your car is making weird noises, or you just need to know when your next oil change should be, the Virtual Mechanic has got you covered.

Watch out the below video to understand how this free ask a mechanic chatbot works:

How Does Auto Repair Mechanic Chatbot Work?

The chatbot utilizes natural language processing and machine learning algorithms to understand queries entered by users.

The Virtual Mechanic Chatbot employs a conversational UX design that makes the troubleshooting process intuitive even for non-technical users. By adopting human-like dialog flows, it guides users to share relevant vehicle details needed for accurate diagnosis.

To use the Virtual Mechanic Chatbot, you simply need to describe the vehicle’s symptoms or problems in a conversational format. The chatbot will analyze the query and respond with targeted advice and action plans. If needed, it may ask some clarifying questions before providing solutions.

What Kinds of Vehicle Troubleshooting Problems Mechanic Chatbot Covers?

The car repair chatbot troubleshoots problems spanning major vehicle subsystems including but not limited to:

Engine System

  • Oil leaks
  • Burning oil
  • Engine noises
  • Power loss
  • Overheating
  • Rough idle
  • Engine stalling etc.

Transmission System

  • Gear shifting issues
  • Slipping transmission
  • Transmission noises
  • Low fluid levels etc.

Steering System

  • Stiff steering
  • Wandering steering
  • Power steering failure etc.

Braking System

  • Disc brake noises
  • Reduced braking
  • ABS failure etc.

Suspension System

  • Shock absorber issues
  • Spring damage
  • Wheel balancing etc.

Electrical System

  • Battery issues
  • Alternator issues
  • Wiring faults
  • Electrical component failure etc.

AC System

  • AC not cooling
  • AC noises
  • AC odors