The controversy around copper in brake pads actually started with fish. If you’ve knit your eyebrows together confused, let me explain: Fish find their way to their homes through smell. Over time, biologists realized that copper in the water could short circuit this critical sense fish used to find home. Then, they started to look
TPMS relearns can be some of the most time-consuming relearns if you don’t follow the necessary procedures.
Curing this code will require more than the timing chain. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Mercedes-Benz and other German vehicle manufacturers assume that people here in the U.S. adjust their tire pressure for the number of people in the vehicle and for the speed they intend to drive.
Troubleshooting the problem comes down to knowing the failure, vehicle or fixtures.
Follow these tips the next time you have to replace a wheel bearing. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
In this video, Babcox Media’s Andrew Markel covers the technology involved in deactivating a cylinder. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Knowing the difference between pulsation/DTV and judder/BTV is critical to solving any brake complaint and avoiding a problem in the first place.
TPMS and keyless entry can be difficult to understand because these systems rely on transmitting, receiving and decoding radio waves, but these signals are invisible
Cavitation in pumps is not typically the fault of the water pump itself; rather it is the victim of other problems with the coolant and other components.
When you think you know everything about TPMS systems, think again!
In the new system for Jaguar and Land Rover, signal initiators are located in all four wheel wells, and they send a 125 MHz signal to force the sensor in the wheel assembly to transmit. The signal from the sensor is received by an RF receiver that can be mounted in the overhead console or near the shifter.