Vanessa Attwell is a Master Technician for two major manufacturers and has also worked on the bench of an independent shop. She has developed and delivered training for both vehicle manufacturers and independents, and helped develop government training and regulations standards. She drinks too much coffee and spends her spare time sitting in traffic.
Diesel vehicles may not be cheap to look after anymore, but regular maintenance is still the best way to keep them running well. Here’s how to explain this new reality to your customer and maybe help lessen the financial pain involved.
Even though newer vehicles can be complicated to diagnose and repair (and very expensive to misdiagnose) it’s still very possible—and often profitable—to do the work yourself rather than send it along to the dealership to be fixed.
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