Happy Monday everyone. Today I am answering your automotive questions. I will also tell you that a few parts of this video have odd audio. It sounds like some electrical interference. It may be because I had 2 VWs in the garage today. 🙂  It is pretty subtle, but I wanted to give you a heads up. If you would like your automotive question answered on a show like this, email me, Charles(at) HumbleMechanic(DOT)com and put Question for Charles in the subject. Also put your question at the top, then give me the information below. It will help me do a better job answering the question.

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Join me today as we discuss:

  • Moving up to a tech from the Service Express department
  • What makes a Volkswagen a Volkswagen
  • Using locating pins T10096 for replacing control arms
  • Achieving curb weight position to torque bolts
  • Issues with the MK7 Ea888 engine
  • Diagnosing light bulbs out
  • Video all about coolant
  • How to check a VW fuse
  • and more

Trouble viewing? Watch “Viewer Automotive Questions Answered ~ Podcast Episode 86” on YouTube.

As always I love to hear your thoughts. Please post them in the comments section below. Again, if you have a question for a show like this, email me Charles(at)humblemechanic(dot)com with Question for Charles in the subject. Also if you have an idea for a show you can email me, or use the contact me form!

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  1. Jim Mechanic Dublin
    Jim Mechanic Dublin says:

    Charles, this is a very informative episode. If I had a nickel for every time someone asks me about what it takes to standout and move rapidly to the main shop, I’d be up 10k or so. You did a far better job of explaining this that I have ever done. In fact, here’s what i’m going to do: I’ll bookmark this video, and send it to anyone who comes asking me about how long it takes to move from service express to the main shop. Keep up the good work charles. From a silent fan ;).

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