• SureTrack Real Fix: Oldie but a Goodie

    If you’re an older technician you might remember when a 20 year old car was a really old car. These days, cars last a lot longer so you will still see a lot of daily drivers that are 20 years old an older that still need to be repaired when something goes wrong. Follow this Real Fix to see how an ABS problem was diagnosed and repaired.

  • SureTrack Real Fix: Assist Your ABS

    What to do when your ABS light comes on? If you had a code reader you might use it to see what’s going on but in this case you need to seek professional help. Follow this Real Fix to see how a code for the park assist system on this Ford F150 affects the ABS.

  • SureTrack Real Fix: MPA? What’s MPA?

    Vehicle service information is jam-packed with acronyms, and keeping track of what they all mean can be a full-time job. The definition of an MPA switch might not come immediately to mind but follow this Cadillac Escalade Real Fix to see how it relates to diagnosing and repairing a code C0286.

  • SureTrack Real Fix: Poor Fuel Economy

    Nobody wants to spend more on gas than they need to. Lots of things can cause your fuel economy to decrease and without any codes, you have to hunt around for the problem. Follow this Real Fix to see how a poor fuel economy complaint on this Chevrolet Impala was diagnosed and corrected.

  • SureTrack Real Fix: Oh the Suspension

    This week’s Real Fix is pretty straight forward. This Suburban had a light on the dash for Service Suspension and a stored code of C0585. Follow this Real Fix to see how it was diagnosed and repaired.

  • SureTrack Real Fix: All About Timing

    Many vehicles have variable valve timing these days. A lot of these systems are actuated using oil pressure and when they malfunction there can be several causes. Follow this Real Fix to see how this code P1009 for the variable valve timing system on this Honda Accord was diagnosed and repaired.

  • SureTrack Real Fix: Tighten Your Belt

    While a loose alternator belt won’t directly cause a no-start condition, it could cause a battery to not have enough juice to start the car. Follow this Real Fix to see how this non-starting Mitsubishi was diagnosed and repaired.