• SureTrack Real Fix: Boost Control

    Turbochargers were originally used on performance cars to boost the power. Nowadays they are also used to help small engines give reasonable performance while maintaining high fuel efficiency. Follow this Real Fix to see how to diagnose and repair a turbocharger related diagnostic code on this 2002 Volkswagen Jetta.

  • ShopKey Pro Update: Enhanced Wiring Diagrams

    ShopKey Pro UpdateAre you tired of searching through multiple pages to find a single wiring diagram for your selected component? Never again! ShopKey Pro’s legendary wiring diagrams now feature intelligent navigation that takes you directly to the specific diagram for the component you searched for — with traces automatically highlighted! It’s faster and easier than ever to find the exact wiring diagram you need for an efficient and accurate diagnosis.

  • SureTrack Community Fix: Cool Fuel isn’t Cool

    One of the biggest problems a diesel-powered vehicle can experience is contamination of the fuel, usually with water. These vehicles usually have a light that will let you know if there is water in the fuel. SureTrack community member noarsons had a 2000 Ford F350 Super Duty in their shop that had the Water in Fuel light on, but it actually had coolant contaminating the fuel. They posed the question to the community, and with the help of fellow community member powerstroketech and others, they were able to resolve the issue quickly.