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One of the basic differences between oils formulated for diesel engines and those formulated for gasoline engines is more detergent and dispersant in the additive package. Diesel engines (even clean diesels) still produce a lot of soot that ends up in the crankcase. If the oil can’t keep the soot in suspension, it can end up as sludge in the crankcase and elsewhere in the engine.
Developing the in-house capability for reflashing and reprogramming is critical for shop productivity and customer retention. This article covers seven tools you need for reflashing as well as eight problems that can be resolved by reflashing.
Some of the toughest challenges import specialist techs face are noise complaints. And, in order to make an accurate assessment, we take the time to ask our customers questions like: Is the noise present when the car’s stationary or moving? Does it change around corners or under different load considerations? Is it a growl, squeak, groan or rattle?
Visitors to the Tokyo Motor Show 2015 experienced Nissan Motor Co.’s Teatro for Dayz, an innovative concept that signals a new direction in mobile technology. Designed especially for the digital native generation, this vision of near-future vehicles marks a shift in perception.
For more than a century, the name Cadillac has been synonymous with performance, style and passion. And, in the early years of the Cadillac Automobile Company, it was a former loom mechanic – Henry Martyn Leland – who was credited with forging the technologies that separated Cadillac from the other automobile businesses that were springing up at the turn of the 20th century.
Like a tire, the friction between the belt and pulleys wears away at the belt, usually on the tops and walls of the ribs. Eventually the grooves of the pulleys will bottom out on the grooves of the belt, and then the belt will start to slip.
The Undercover Recruiter released a survey detailing some common mistakes that interviewees make during a job interview. Don’t make these mistakes! Here are important tips that you should consider before you walk into your next job interview.