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Columns by Dan Marinucci

    • Diagnostic solutions usually rooted in basics

      The tougher an automotive diagnosis seems to be, the more likely its solution is to be something basic. Unfortunately, these challenges easily sway some service personnel toward the other extreme — the unusual, weird possibilities.

    • Successful diagnosis built on the basics

      Successful automotive diagnoses have been built on performing basic but essential tests first. Then — and only then — do competent technicians pursue the more-involved aspects of automotive diagnosis.

    • Cleaning up after meter's battery leaks inside it

      Rescuing a valuable meter or tester after its battery leaks may be easier than many service personnel realize. Here are some practical cleanup methods that may save you and your staff time, money and aggravation.

    • Recognize when it's time to lead, coach, inspire workers

      Cleanliness should be an integral part of your business plan instead of an afterthought to it. What's more, tire dealers and service shop operators should make workers responsible for the most-common clean up chores required at an automotive...

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