Your tool’s tip is important to give the tool the protection is needs against scratching a vehicles interior, as well as the grip that it needs to manipulate lock knobs, handles and buttons.
The second scenario focuses on aftermarket wheels and a customer’s refusal to purchase new TPMS sensors or pay for the labor to transfer the original sensors to the aftermarket wheels.
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?
MEYLE introduced a new video, which explains the individual steps for flushing the cooling system.
Great ready for winter TPMS service now. Andrew Markel explains the steps to take so you’re prepared to service your customers’ vehicles this winter.
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Always be sure to visually inspect both sides of the wheel at the valve stem hole and thoroughly clean any corrosion from the surface before installing the new sensor.
Automotive Lift Institute, the trade association dedicated to vehicle lift safety, launched a four-part video series featuring celebrity car builder/TV host Lou Santiago.
Replacing the clutch set is a pretty straightforward job, yet over the years, I’ve seen a lot of bad practices.
There was no injection duration and no spark but the RPM was showing in scan tool data. See how one tech diagnosed the problem with a scan tool.
Here are three telltale signs of a transmission leak that, when detected early, give you the opportunity to save your customers from a hefty repair bill.
As with all under-the-hood leaks, it’s important to take action as soon as a coolant leak is detected before it becomes a major problem.
Improving productivity, enhancing operator wellbeing and delivering cost and environmental savings are key considerations for anyone tasked with specifying and selecting power tools.