The battery may be fully charged, but you also need to measure how low the voltages go while the engine is cranking.
It is important to check the operation of the solenoids that control vacuum to the actuators.
Many complaints are that the lights aren’t as bright as before, or there is a warning in the driver information center.
Do your technicians use tests that might give inconclusive results or do damage to the coil or drivers inside a module?
ADAS and autonomous features rely on the alignment being exactly to OEM specifications to perform correctly.
You may have done alignments for years – but are you certain you’re meeting ADAS alignment requirements?
Diagnostic skill implemented by one transmission technician allowed him to find success with two repairs in one day.
Stop/start technology is more than just a switch wired to the brake pedal and starter. Can your techs solve its problems?
Digital tools are great – but what happens if the battery goes dead? Here’s a reminder of how to read a micrometer.
Don’t overlook the importance of the cabin air filter in your customers’ vehicles.
As a vehicle ages, the J2534 programming becomes even more important to the vehicle’s ADAS operation.