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What Can You Tell About An Engine From A Spark Plug?

Spark plug condition can reveal valuable clues about short and long-term engine issues if you know what to look for.

The Importance Of ADAS Calibrations

Following best practices and using appropriate equipment ensure customer satisfaction and safety.

Ride Control Diagnostics From Tire Wear Clues

Learning how to read the tire and communicate your findings is the key to ride control service.

Adapting Sensors For Changing Inputs

Let’s focus our attention today on one small facet of the technology inside modern vehicles: Adaptations.

Grinding/Rubbing Noise While Braking At Or Below 10 MPH

Some 2020-2023 Escape hybrid vehicles may exhibit a grinding or rubbing noise while braking at or below 10 mph.

When Small Animals Cause Big Problems With Cars

They may be cute and cuddly but those little critters can inflict serious punishment on vehicles.

Navigating Setbacks in Difficult Diagnoses

There are valuable strategies to help manage technological frustration.

Why Do Vehicles Go Out Of Alignment

If camber, caster or toe are out of specifications, there is usually an underlying reason why. Solve the real problem.

Carbon Deposits In Direct Injection Engines

The primary cause of these problems is that fuel and added detergents are not hitting the back of the intake valves.

Diagnosing Electrical Problems With Your Multimeter

Transform your electrical diagnostics skill with these routine multimeter tests.

FORD Explorer High-Speed Cooling Fan Motor RELAY Overheating

A damaged non-functional relay, causing the fan to never turn on may lead to engine overheating at idle.

Solving Dodge/Jeep Brembo Brake Noise

Brembo 6-Pot fixed caliper brakes may make a front clicking noise at low speeds. Here’s what it means and how to fix it.