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There are over 20 different automotive discussion forums in the iATN members only area, with 2.3 million messages and roughly 500 posts daily. You may discuss all manner of automotive topics with other automotive professionals in a threaded discussion format as shown in the screen below. The automotive discussion that takes place ranges from very technical in nature to repair shop management, automotive industry issues, and everything in between. Members upload waveforms, scan data, photos, videos and other documents and discuss them directly in forums. Below, your can see a sampling of the latest topics being discussed on iATN.

Recent Automotive Discussions in the Forums

Alignment Machine for HD and trailers
03/22/2018 in the HD/Fleet Forum
What would you guys recommend, our old hunter has finally died and looking for a replacement. HD trucks and trailer compatible.
2010 Jeep O2 Monitor
03/22/2018 in the Emissions Forum
[Driveability: 10 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 5.7L] Well, I have another Jeep that will not set the Readiness Monitor to PASS. The monitor will run, it completes and passes, but will not show complete in the Readiness Status. Nothing wrong with this vehi...
Does anyone know what it means or ...?
03/22/2018 in the Technical Discussion Forum
[Driveability: 08 Buick LaCrosse CXL 3.8L] A pid in the misfire list of this vehicle on the scan tool says: "Cylinder 1 and 4 IC circuit status", it normally states "OK". When this car acted up for me that pid showed "FAULT". No codes set and it felt li...
Slow Start for 2018
03/22/2018 in the Shop Management Forum
Hello, shop managers I took a small-town parking lot survey of our local shops yesterday. Compared to 2017, their parking lots were looking pretty empty, even for this time of year. The downtown area looks pretty deserted on some days as well. This trend ...
Favorite home built equipment
03/22/2018 in the Tool & Equipment Forum
Every shop has some home built tool, jig, or device that they can't live without and this is one of ours. Years ago I had built a pretty primitive version of this just to push dead vehicles around but when used on a larger skid loader it gave up the ghost...

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