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New Vehicle Electronics: Scanning, Recalibration and ADAS

You’ve been hearing about new electronics and how they’re changing the automotive repair world — not just body shops but mechanical service shops, too.

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You’ve been hearing about new electronics and how they’re changing the automotive repair world — not just body shops but mechanical service shops, too. It’s amazing what cars can today: drive themselves, park themselves, stop when needed. The list is boggling to the mind.

Do you know what all these new advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) do? Do you know how they work? If you don’t, how are you going to repair them? I’ve seen some shops repair the vehicle and, if there is no light present on the dash, let the vehicle go. I know many drivers who have come to rely on these devices, even though the instructions say not to. Many have become accustomed to these new safety enhancements. Letting a vehicle go just because there is no light on the dash could be a scary situation for everyone.

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