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In this issue, you will find tech features on developing a plan to diagnose electrical problems from Gary Goms, and an overview of the EGR system and how to diagnose emissions problems by Carl Fedele.
Diesel specialists Bob McDonald takes a look at cooling system tips for 6.0L/7.3L Ford Powerstroke engines, engines specialist Roy Berndt explains why engine oil breaks down and columnist Scott “Gonzo” Weaver addresses how to deal with vehicle owners who drop off a “project” car.
Great Bear Auto Repair owner and industry advocate Audra Fordin is featured in our Talking Shop column, and Memory Lane correspondent Randy Rundle recalls a time when Ethyl Gas was the norm.
Included in the issue are Tech Tips on a no-start Chrysler engine, a stalling Ford engine and an erratic shifting complaint on a Subaru. Also, editor Ed Sunkin reports on an agreement among automakers that HFO-1234yf refrigerant is safe to use in their vehicles.
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