Articles by Albin Moore

A 2001 VW Cabrio ate ignition coils like my grandkids eat M&Ms. Following a logical process helped break this Cabrio's bad habit.
The vehicle at the shop is a 2014 Ford F350. The truck is powered with the 6.7 Powerstroke diesel engine and has an automatic transmission. In the last 250 miles, the engine has run poorly and lacked power.
Do you rely on a seat-of-the-pants approach when troubleshooting noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) complaints?  Try using your scope instead!
Spring often makes people want a new car. That clean, shiny paint and new car smell sure has a way of causing people to reach for their wallet.
Today in the shop is a 2005 F-550, with 77,000 miles on the odometer. The truck has a six-speed manual transmission with a four-wheel drive powertrain. The complaint on this vehicle is a no start. The owner states it started running rough and lost power.
When it comes to finding electrical problems, the first piece of information you need is a wiring diagram.
The basics of fuel trim have not changed. The way it is reported and many of the strategies that are used have changed — and all of these changes have been for the better.
When a Ford diesel pickup with a drivability problem rolls into your shop, do you have reservations about tackling the job?