A number of newspapers have endorsed “Question 1,” the item on Massachusetts’ upcoming ballot that if passed, would preserve independent auto service shops’ access to telematically transmitted repair and diagnostic data.
LeakFinder Universal AC Dye (LF1001) works with all automotive air conditioning systems containing R-134a, R-1234yf, or other widely used refrigerants, and will not affect system lubricant properties or change how the equipment works.
Dill Air Control Products has introduced its newest system in its tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) line-up: 1506-BAND. It makes ensuring proper tire pressure and temperature on a non-TPMS vehicle with dual rear wheels easy, says the company.
Fall has arrived. The change of seasons means a change to business for many shop owners. This also is the time when many start thinking ahead strategically for the next year. One question that always seems to be top of mind with shop owners is what to do with your labor rate.
The new Mastertech II vehicle communication interface (VCI) from Bosch is fully validated to operate with General Motors, Ford, FCA, Nissan/Infinity, Honda/Acura and Toyota/Lexus reprogramming applications.
Standard Motor Products Inc. (SMP) has added 245 new part numbers to its BWD engine management line. The release features 51 product categories expanding coverage by an additional 200 million VIO through the 2020 model year.
The Bosch Group has released three additional OTC service hoist stands to add to its portfolio, the 1,500-pound capacity auxiliary stands UH15 and UH15FP with foot pedal, and the UH20 supplementary stand.
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) is hosting a free webinar for service technicians on Friday, July 31, at 4 p.m. EST entitled “Accessing and Using Audi OEM Procedures Through erWin.”
KYB Americas Corp. is offer consumers a rebate on the purchase of select shocks and struts, and it's a campaign the company says can help auto service providers by increasing sales on an undersold category.
Who typically sees more cars in your shop on a typical day: a master mechanic or a lube tech? I'm sure you recognized that it's your lube tech. Now, think of the impact on your business when this person is performing at a high and consistent level.