Adaptive Technology: How BMWs Learn From Themselves
Let’s look at five common adaptations for late-model BMWs, and what you should know before you start a repair.
To Solve Steering Issues Now Requires Sensor Skills
To solve steering complaints, techs must understand how the modules and sensors work together.
Today’s Lowest-Tech Fuel System Component
Are your customers aware that using a gas can to fill their vehicle may not work like it used to? They’ll need the funnel.
EV-Specific Tires Bring Opportunity To Winter Sales
Winter tires are designed to deliver safety for drivers in wintry weather conditions. EV drivers expect nothing less.
Utilizing Technology In the Service Garage
Shops that use technology effectively will increase customer service and improve internal processes to boost satisfaction.
Build Confidence Between Clients and Techs
Greater trust means more customers will be open to coming back and the relationships become a little more personal.
Communicating The Effectiveness Of TPMS
A good angle to start with may be laying out the consequences of not having a working TPMS.
What Customers Don’t Know About TPMS Can Hurt You
Surveys have shown that 30-50% of drivers have no clue what the TPMS warning light in their vehicles means.
How Does Ethanol Affect A Fuel System?
Ethanol and E15 fuels are right for certain applications but not for all vehicles. Here’s what you need to know.
Getting In The Car When The Keys Won’t Work
What do you do if the keyless entry remote won’t unlock the doors or start your customer’s VW?
Survey Reveals Consumers Trust You More These Days
The research was commissioned by ASE with the online survey conducted by b4 Branding, an independent research firm.
Understanding Battery Charging and Power Management Factors
Temperature plays a key role in how a battery discharges and the amount of current that can be delivered.