• Have you ever considered just how small a leak the 0.020-inch test represents? And to easily and quickly locate the source of the leak takes more than just one approach. In our August webinar, G. Truglia and I share tips on various techniques you can apply to make finding that small leak a lot easier!
    Pete Meier
  • Bernie Thompsonshared techniques that technicians could immediately apply to customer concerns related to EVAP system leak Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs), showing them how to verify that a leak was actually occurring and how big a leak it was before they even opened the hood or raised the vehicle on their lift.
    Pete Meier
  • With young techs working in my shop, I find myself spending as much time in the bays with them as I do upstairs working on my training materials. While it makes for long hours and hectic days, it also keeps my own diagnostic skills sharp, and I enjoy passing on what I’ve learned to the guys. Toyota EVAP Fault First First up is a Toyota Avalon (even though the Toyota Scan tool ID’d th
  • Evaporative emissions (EVAP) systems have been around since the early 1970s. When an emission system has that much tenure on a vehicle, you would think diagnosing problems would be as easy. Creating a great degree of frustration is the over proliferation of unique systems that work in various manners requiring a wide variety of diagnostic approaches. The names and types of systems boggle the mind:
    dave hobbs
  • Not everyone understands EVAP systems especially if they have to diagnose and repair one on a BMW.