Andrew Markel shows how servicing air ride has changed over time and what knowledge you will need to better work with modern systems.
When some people think about cabin air filters, they conjure up images of summertime, air conditioning and musty smells. The reality is that cabin air filters work the majority of their magic when temperatures drop.
Every technician knows vehicle tailpipe emissions are higher when the engine is cold. You can smell these emissions in the air when a vehicle starts and is idling on a cold winter morning while you are scraping the window. During these cold starts, the engine is running rich and the catalytic converter has not yet started operating. These emissions are substantial to the point that what’s coming out of the tailpipe can be damaging to the driver’s respiratory system.
Let’s take a closer look at adjustable shocks and struts, what they do, and how one should go about adjusting them.
It’s important to remember not to miss a worn joint. If a ball joint fails, the driver loses control of the vehicle.
If one of these sensors is replaced, it must be calibrated after it is installed.
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Joe Keene carefully walks though the steps for calibrating a Honda front radar camera. Sponsored by Hunter Engineering.
It can be hard to determine if your shudder is a fluid-related issue or a costly mechanical problem. Sponsored by Lubegard.
If the frictional properties are not correct, chatter will occur. Sponsored by Lubegard.