Old School vs New School Car Technology ~ Audio Podcast Episode 21

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Old School vs New School Car Technology ~ Audio Podcast Episode 21

Today we are joined by Humble Mechanic and Rusty talking about technology. We are looking at it from the standpoint of new car technology vs old car technology. This is a fun topic for the two of us because Rusty is an olds school dude, and I am more new school dude. We Rusty has been around the automotive industry a long time and knows a thing or two, especially for someone that is a service manager. 😉

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On today’s automotive podcast we talk about:

  • Maintenance
  • Ignition
  • Fuel delivery
  • Engine managment
  • diagnostics
  • the “soul” of old school technology.
  • and more

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