TPMS Quick Tip: NHTSA Scenarios Part 1
If a motorist is made aware of an inoperative TPMS sensor and declines to purchase a new one, does the service provider knowingly make the system inoperative and violate 49 USC 30122(b) by removing the dead sensor and replacing it with a snap-in rubber valve stem?
Humble Mechanic: Rules for Tools
Here are six rules that you should be following if you’re borrowing tools.
Automotive Welding: Understanding 3 Types of Welding
Understanding the basic principles of each type of welding helps define which process is best for your job.
Diesel Diagnostics: CKP Failures
The CKP (Crankshaft Position Sensor) is necessary for an electronically controlled diesel engine to even start.