Electrical Systems Archives - BodyShop Business
VIDEO: Navigating Electrical Circuits

While navigating electrical circuits, it’s important to not cause more damage while performing any diagnostics or repairs.

U.S. Investigates 12 Million Vehicles Over Potentially Faulty Airbags

NHTSA has expanded an investigation into malfunctioning airbag controls to include 12.3 million vehicles, according to an article by Associated Press.

Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair Offers Free Safety Course on AGM Batteries

The course, developed by CCAR and ShipMate, is the first in a series of free online safety courses resulting from CCAR’s agreement with the OSHA Alliance Program.

Don’t Forget the Small Things!

Technology has changed to the point where research before repairs is critical to performing a safe repair.

What Are Your Top Five Repairs?

We break down the five most-requested vehicles/repairs among ALLDATA Collision subscribers.

It’s Time for NACE/CARS!

The big show is at the end of this month, so start planning your trip to the Motor City today.

Are You Missing the Boat?

Getting the equipment and training for welding aluminum can open up doors to new services such as boat, RV and trailer repair.

Viewpoint: Does Your Vehicle Have Better Technology Than Your Data?

When you purchase, lease or build your next application suite, insist that it contains the CIECA BMS.

Reader’s Choice 2014

Three lucky readers get their questions answered and win $50!

Reader’s Choice: Blind Spot Monitoring

“Many cars such as Toyota and Lexus are offering blind spot monitoring, and there are four sensors on each car behind the bumper covers. I’ve heard that if the paint on the bumper cover is too thick or has filler, the sensors won’t function properly. Is this true?”

Crashrepairinfo.com Is Here

Launched by the OE Roundtable, crashrepairinfo.com educates consumers on technical information, various types of parts, repair rights and more.

Seeing the Light

Repairers must understand they are far beyond bending metal, and insurers need to get out of the Dark Ages when it comes to paying for proper repairs.