Common Car Repairs and Patten Failures ~ Podcast Episode 8

Today’s automotive podcast we look at common car repairs and pattern failures. As a VW dealer technician, this is the world that  I lived in for many many years. There were times you knew why the check engine light was on before pulling the codes. This can be a good thing and a bad thing as both a technician and a vehicle owner.

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Join me today as we discuss

  • What is a pattern failure
  • Why do pattern failures happen?
  • Evolution of Diagnostics with common car repairs and patter failures.
  • My history of VW common repairs
    • 2.0t A/C compressors
    • VW window regulators
    • VW Door latches
    • VW ignition coils
    • TDI High Pressure Fuel Pumps (HPFP)
    • 2.0t Cams and HPFP
  • Common VW problems very by region
  • Importance of knowing what common repairs your car has.
  • and more

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