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Resolve an O2 sensor voltage code problem without replacing the AF sensor. Remember pulling codes is the beginning of diagnosis not the end.
Master scan tool operation and fix complicated check engine light problems. Review 4 things not to do when pulling diagnostic trouble codes.
Auto scanner review of the Innova 3160B ABS and OBD II scan tool. Mechanic reviews problems with code connect and other issues.
Automotive engine video shows you how the internal combustion engine works. Be amazed as the motor is assembled in a virtual rotating view.
Automotive electrical class is in session. Mechanic provides support and instruction for auto electrical problems. This stuff can help you fix cars.
Three ways of testing automotive relays before you waste money on a replacement. See common car problems caused by bad relays and fix them.
Common automotive air conditioning electrical problems discussed. Mechanic explains why some AC problems can be solved without new parts.
Starters and alternators can fail leaving you stranded. Learn how they work so you can diagnose problems yourself and not get taken for a ride.
Learn about Diy ABS repair on older cars. Bulletin reviewed about abs lights and diagnostic tips that can be applied to many vehicles.
Learn about repairing car electronics. Sidestep replacement costs by diagnosing and repairing automotive circuit boards, relays, modules and switches.
Learn auto repair with a Master Technicians proven resources. Perfect for the do it yourself car mechanic or automotive student in training.
What happens when good driveshaft u-joints go bad? Common symptoms and testing procedures to isolate bad universal joints on rear wheel drive vehicles.
Build a model car engine from the ground up. Scale car engine is 22 inches long and weighs 3 pounds. It is the same model I built as a kid.
Solve the security light issue on GM cars from 1997 through 2007. Find out what's causing the problem, how to bypass it and how to fix the issue for good.
Chevrolet fuel pump failures on 1996 and up GM cars and trucks are common repeat problems. Mechanic shares a bulletin to help solve the issue.
Learn about automotive wiring and were to find wire diagrams for your vehicle. Find information on how to diagnose and repair auto electrical circuits.