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Cabin air filters can stop exhaust particulates from reaching vehicle occupants. Sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
When some people think about cabin air filters, they conjure up images of summertime, air conditioning and musty smells. The reality is that cabin air filters work the majority of their magic when temperatures drop.
Every technician knows vehicle tailpipe emissions are higher when the engine is cold. You can smell these emissions in the air when a vehicle starts and is idling on a cold winter morning while you are scraping the window. During these cold starts, the engine is running rich and the catalytic converter has not yet started operating. These emissions are substantial to the point that what’s coming out of the tailpipe can be damaging to the driver’s respiratory system.
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Auto Pros on the Road puts the Babcox team into shops across the USA. This episode is sponsored by Autolite.
Watch Andrew Markel and the Summit Racing experts discuss power steering diagnostics. Sponsored by Summit Racing.
Follow along the step by step installation process of shocks on a Ford F-250. This video is sponsored by PRT.
CV joint shafts are typically being replaced at anywhere from 70,000 to 130,000 miles.
Creating parts takes many steps worth of work. Sponsored by AP Emissions.
Four qualities stand out the most when looking at these catalytic converters. Sponsored by AP Emissions.
Accurate diagnosis of any suspected ECM-related fault is important. This video is sponsored by The Group Training Academy.