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Automotive Technical Tips Forum

Professional automotive forum primarily for the submission of time-saving technical tips, vehicle repair procedures, helpful hints, etc. This forum is strictly oriented towards sharing helpful tips, and not for asking technical questions, as you might find in the Technical Discussion Forum. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Technical Tips Forum

Bead seating them all tube style
04/22/2021 in the Technical Tips Forum
A couple years ago I started to completely deflate tires after the pop-pop. After mounting some 9.00-20's it occurred to me that the tube seating method might benefit tubeless tires, especially with how violent some tires seat now. Been mounting mostly th...
NVH APP by Vibratesoftware on sale
04/16/2021 in the Technical Tips Forum
As listed on other automotive forums this app is on sale right now Hope this helps some of you. Rob in Nanaimo.
Chrysler active grille shutter - U11E9 no comm
04/16/2021 in the Technical Tips Forum
[Engine: 17 Chrysler Pacifica LX 3.6L] I do mobile diagnostics/programming for mostly body shops. Got called today to diag a ck engine light on an 18 Pacifica (VIN didn't match database) that had a U11E9 - no comm with active grill shutter - stored. Veh...
Fast and Easy listening device...cheap too !
04/08/2021 in the Technical Tips Forum
... ...This is from something I put up in the TDF... ... I have a 24" Snap On screw driver with it's handle jammed in the open neck of a w/s washer gallon jug (antifreeze gallon won't work...too rubbery)with the bottom sliced off ... acts as a maga phone/...
Subaru rear hub removal
04/02/2021 in the Technical Tips Forum
We had an '11 outback today that had that ol northern rust. Not common to my every day jobs, but probably common to others in snowier locals. Anyhoo, we got the bolts out and it wouldn't budge. Threaded some longer bolts in from the back, hoping to pound ...

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