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ASE G1: Drive Belt Inspection, Replacement

The ASE G1 Certification test contains 55 scored questions, plus 10 unscored ­research questions, that cover a range of skills and knowledge related to maintenance and light repairs in engine systems, automatic transmission/transaxle, manual drivetrain...

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Amateurs and Hacks Provide Job Security For Automotive Service Professionals

Two cars pull up in front of my shop. The drivers didn’t come in, but I heard the commotion from my office window. The boyfriend opens the hood of his girlfriend’s car. They both stare at the engine; she tells the boyfriend that she was supposed...

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ASE A5: Brake Fluid and Bleeding Sequence

The ASE A5 Test includes a portion on brake fluid, bleeding, flushing and leak testing. You must know how to: • Diagnose poor stopping, pulling, dragging, or incorrect pedal travel caused by problems in the brake fluid; determine needed repairs. •...

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Inside Import Car Collision Warning, Automatic Braking Systems

Anything that moves under its own power also has to stop, so brakes have been a safety feature on cars since day one. Over the years, technical innovations such as antilock brakes (ABS) have ­improved the ability to stop with minimal skidding on...

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Intermittent Engine Misfire Analysis

Even for an experienced diagnostic technician, ­attempting to diagnose an intermittent misfire ­condition that occurs only under specific driving conditions can be a frustrating exercise. Let’s begin by getting the basics out of the way. As we know,...

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Honda: Easy Fix for Engine Noise

We often encounter engines that have a cold-start knock or ticking noise. In this case, the 3.5-L V6 engines installed in various Honda models can make a knocking or ticking noise at idle and only when warm. The cause of the problem is that the rocker...

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Using Recalls, TSBs as Brake Job Tools

You are getting ready to perform a brake job on a vehicle. While checking the torque specifications on the vehicle, you decide to hit the tab with TSBs and recalls. All of a sudden you are staring at a screen of brake recall notices and TSBs for that...

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Causes of Clutch Failure: Diagnosing Chatter

One of the most difficult clutch-related problems is chatter. Chatter is sometimes difficult to diagnose because it has many root causes, and some of them may not seem related at first. Chatter can be detected as a pulsing or a grabbing sensation that...

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GM: Simple Steering Noise Fix

Before you replace that Chevrolet Avalanche steering rack because of a variety of strange noises — wait. There might be a very simple repair. Owners of the GM truck and SUV models listed below may comment that they are hearing a pop, click or clunking...

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Improving the Head Gaskets, Fasteners Relationship

The relationship between head gaskets and head bolts is an intimate one. The clamping load applied by the head bolts is what allows the head gasket to maintain its seal. For this marriage to last, there has to be constant tension – not too much,...

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Top Ten Fuel Pump Fails

10. Strainer Blocks Fuel-Level Sender A fuel pump inlet strainer may be installed that is interfering with the travel of the fuel-level sensor’s float arm, which causes an optimistic fuel level reading. Dented fuel tanks may also cause a false reading...

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Automatic Belt Tensioners Are More Than Just Springs

A worn automatic belt tensioner has consequences beyond a loose belt. When an automatic belt tensioner wears down, the belt and attached accessories will start to take an extra pounding because the tensioner can no longer dampen the power pulses of...

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Home Products TerraClean Introduces New Fuel System Cleaner and Intake Valve Deposit Cleaner

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TerraClean has announced the immediate availability of TerraClean Optima Fuel System Cleaner and TerraClean Intake Valve Deposit Cleaner.

Part No: 201230
Intake Valve Deposit Cleaner
Designed for Direct Injection Engines to safely and effectively clean intake valves and combustion chambers.

• Restores engine performance and mileage
• Improves fuel economy
• Eliminates cold carbon knock
• Helps reduce emissions

Part No: 201235
Optima Fuel System Cleaner
Optima’s cleaning action improves fuel economy, performance and lowers harmful emissions. When used as directed, it’s safe for all fuel injectors, carburetors and fuel system components.

• Performs a rapid clean up of the entire fuel system
• Opens clogged injectors
• Removes gum, varnish and carbon buildup, and inhibits reformation
• Effective on all grades of gasoline and ethanol blends including
  Gasohol, E-10 and E-85
• Contains no harmful alcohols

For more information, contact Brian Burdette at [email protected] or visit www.terraclean.net.

        

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