In an all-new video podcast series, John Forro of Autel sits down with the TechShop team to discuss all things EV.
An auto technician is going to use a wide variety of punches and chisels, as is any mechanic in most fields, but there are a lot of overlooked details that are good to know.
Ever wonder why there are different kinds of Torx bits, and if there’s a reason for it? TechShop’s Eric Garbe explains in this latest podcast.
DTC P2422, an unusual cause and help from a Honda technical service bulletin.
Were loose PCM connections the cause of trouble codes P00C6 and P228C?
This TSB was released by General Motors, covering most of their large SUV’s and vans that have been produced from 2002 and up. The related DTCs that a technician may find are P0420 and P0430, Catalyst Efficiency Below Threshold.
A Technical Service Bulletin identifies an unusual cause for a common code.
An ASE-certified technician walks listeners through a diagnostic dilemma with 11 trouble codes, an intermittent problem and a dashboard lit up like a Christmas tree on a 2001 Blazer.
The vehicle was a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta with a 2L TDI engine. Sometimes it ran great, but sometimes it would idle high and when you would press on the accelerator, nothing would happen. This was a perfect diagnostic dilemma for industry experts.
A customer brought in a 2007 Subaru Legacy with the 2.5L 4-cylinder EJ25 engine. The owner complained of an engine vibration. From the initial description, it sounded like a pretty typical misfire issue.
Similar to our last podcast, today we’re taking a slightly different approach and discussing a specific vehicle that was brought into the shop of one of TechShop’s contributors, Olle Gladso.