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7 Brake Myths Busted

There are some myths about brake pads, rotors and hydraulics that need to be busted.

Five Tips for your Next Wheel Bearing Job

These practical tips are designed to save you time and frustration, ensuring a smooth, noise-free outcome for your customers.

Fuel Pumps and Cranking

Diagnosing the problem comes down to understanding what causes a loss of fuel pressure.

Educate Your Future Customers Utilizing AI

Discover how to generate quick, accurate explanations for repair orders and estimates, boosting your credibility and customer trust.

How Battery Service Continues To Change

Your attention to a battery’s condition will tell you if it needs to be replaced – and with what.

Catalytic Converter Replacement Rules

The conditions under which the catalytic converter was installed is of great importance to the part manufacturer.

Audi Active Suspension Service

The key to servicing these systems is proper information and understanding precisely how these systems operate.

ADAS False Activation Evolution

Since 2006, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have evolved from active cruise control to autonomous driving controls.

5 Tricks To Solving Belt Noise

If engineers get it wrong, the belt will be noisy or rob the engine of power. For technicians, the job is even tougher.

Serpentine Belt Grooves
Electric Power Steering Diagnostics

Load management for steering systems.

Diagnostic Strategies For Stop/Start Systems

This function of the power management system uses several modules to decide when the engine needs to stop and start.

Visually Inspecting A Shock Or Strut

The first thing you need to realize is that no seal is perfect.