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First Generation Sprinter Tip Clip

In this clip, taken directly from Robert Bosch, LLC’s live streaming TPMS class, Bob Pattengale goes into some detail about the first generation Sprinter.

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Related Products – Sprinter Diagnostics Archived Stream

Bob Pattengale, National Training Manager for Robert Bosch LLC will present a training class on Sprinter Diesel Diagnostics, focusing on common rail injection systems and the differences between the 2.7 and the 3.0 engines "

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