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Red Flags to Look For During a Routine Inspection

This article was originally published on UnderhoodService.com. As you know, many car owners have absolutely no idea how to inspect their vehicle on a regular basis. They just don’t know what to look for. So when you’ve got a vehicle in for a minor repair or routine maintenance, check the items listed below. You might […]

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Should You Replace a Diesel Water Pump Before It Fails?

This article was originally published on FleetEquipmentMag.com. Water pumps are touchy. Some only go 50k miles before they fail, and some are still running perfectly after a million. But if one fails when you’re driving down the road, they can be a major headache to repair. Not to mention the risk of engine damage. Does […]

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Why is There Oil in the Coolant?

This article was originally published on UnderHoodService.com. When you check the coolant and the fluid looks brownish or milky, it’s likely that the coolant is contaminated with engine oil.

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How to Explain Cooling System Issues to Your Customers

This article was originally published on Counterman.com. As a service advisor, you know the cooling system pretty well. It’s easy to forget that the customers you work with every day may not understand the cooling system very well. So some of your explanations about cooling system issues may go over their heads.

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Toyota’s Electrification Plans Still Call For Fuel Pumps

This article was originally published on Counterman.com. When major automakers like Toyota announce plans to electrify their entire vehicle line-up, the auto industry takes note. Electrification raises the issue of phasing out gas-powered vehicles, as well as the parts that are specific to gas-powered vehicles. If Toyota – and other automakers – are selling a […]

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