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Viewer Automotive Questions ~ Podcast Episode 198

Published on June 27, 2017 under Podcast

Today I will be taking your automotive questions. The topics we cover are, car repair, DIYs on cars, Volkswagen, mechanic’s tools, and anything car related. To ask a car question for a show like this, email me Charles(at)Humblemechanic(DOT)com. Be sure to put the phrase “Question for Charles” in the subject. That is the best so you can avoid the spam monster. If you don’t get your question on this show, email it again just to be sure.

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2 Comments

  1. Damon Dunavan

    Another resource for “by the book” type information is AlldataDIY. You get access to all the same information as the professional version of Alldata but it is broken down to a specific year, make, model. You pay a yearly fee of something like $20-$40 per vehicle and so far it has been proven very useful for both my 06 GLI and my wife’s 06 Pacifica. I am sure that Alldata is not nearly as comprehensive as erWin for the VW but it has had everything I have needed and more for a small yearly fee. Hope this helps.

    D.

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