Changing seasons seem to always bring about fluctuations in fuel mileage for gasoline powered vehicles. While variations in ambient temperature may result in a slight difference in fuel mileage, changes in fuel composition between winter and summer blends is the key contributing factor. These different blends are also the reason that fuel prices always seem to go up in the warmer, summer months – and you thought fuel companies were just greedier during vacation season.
Technician.Academy recently had the opportunity to present fuel systems training to the automotive students of West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) in Paducah, Kentucky.
I was reminded of the following article that a friend of mine, Rick Escalambre, wrote several years ago. I think it still holds true today. As you read this, remember some of the numbers have changed, but I believe the overall context is still prevalent today.
How you answer the phone is extremely important especially to a customer that has just experienced a vehicle failure. Bruce provides some great guidelines on how to answer the phone.
Owners of the 2012 Chevy Caprice have complained about a belt squeal noise and/or crankshaft balancer wobble.
Ivy Tech Community College Evansville Campus is preparing students for careers in automotive repair.