Jason Stahl, Author at Tomorrows Technician
NHTSA Issues New Standard for Automatic Emergency Braking

The rule makes AEB standard on all passenger cars and light trucks weighing up to 10,000 lbs. by September 2029.

Auto Body Welding: Check OEM Procedures and Test Weld

Don’t just grab and go; are you looking up the OEM procedures before welding?

New Car Book Raises Funds For Female Collision Students

When industry supporters purchase a copy of “What Cars Say,” a portion of the sale will be donated to a fund for future female technicians.

ASE, I-CAR Continue Collision Education Collaboration

The two organizations support collision training and education; coordinate programming for professional technicians.

GMC Hummer EV: Scary Or Exciting?

We’re going to be fixing the new Hummer EV some day. Scary? Exciting? Depends on your perspective.

Advanced Materials In Automobiles Here To Stay

The amount of aluminum and advanced high-strength steel in vehicles keeps rising.

Technician Shortage: Understanding Career Choices

Today’s techs are well-paid, highly skilled, hands-on problem solvers. So why is there a lack of interest?

VIDEO: ADAS And Glass

Here’s what you need to know about requirements of a windshield recalibration. This video is sponsored by Launch Tech USA.

VIDEO: OBD II Dongles: What Your Customer Doesn’t Know Can Hurt Them

Jason Stahl discusses OBD II dongles, typically used by customers to diagnose their own vehicles, and how they can interfere with important communications channels in the vehicle’s systems.

VIDEO: What Is The TPMS Light Telling You?

Jason Stahl discusses the TPMS system, and what the light is telling you when it blinks, stays on, or turns off.

VIDEO: Air Ride And Sleep Mode

Jason Stahl discusses air ride, and how the vehicles that have it still perform even when the vehicle is turned off.

VIDEO: Battery Temperature Sensor Diagnostics

Jason Stahl discusses the function of the battery temperature sensor and how to diagnose it every time the battery is replaced on a vehicle.