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  • Cabin Air Filter Failure

    Cabin air filters work to block out any pollutants and irritants emitted by other vehicles on the road. Like any pa ...

  • Process Makes Perfect: Part 2

    Following on from last month’s article about the importance of a clear diagnostic process, technician Ben Martins f ...

  • Double, Triple & Quad Turbos

    Phil Wilson from BTN Turbo explains how the increasingly complex technology built into turbochargers is essential i ...

  • Components of a Hybrid or Electric Car

    HEVRA’s Pete Melville returns for part two of his hybrid and electric vehicle series. In this month’s article, Pete ...

  • Braking Resistors

    Steve Hughes, Managing Director of specialist electrical components manufacturer REO UK, explains the difference be ...

  • Are You Resetting the Steering Angle Sensor?

    These days, most technicians appreciate the importance of a four wheel alignment check at the end of a steering and ...

  • Why do Turbos Fail?

    David Eszenyi, Commercial Director at Ivor Searle, examines the problem of turbo failure and explains the benefits ...

  • Cheap Replacements: A False Economy

    Back by popular demand, Scantec Automotive’s Ross Kemp explains why fitting poor quality, cheap parts can lead to s ...

  • Diagnostics on the Road

    Steve Scott spends his working life on the road as a mobile technician, solving the diagnostic problems that others ...

  • Carrying out a Thorough Assessment

    Darren Darling returns this month to demonstrate why carrying out a thorough assessment is imperative in making sur ...