Ninety percent of the time when a steering angle sensor code is active, it means the sensor needs to be calibrated.
Jason Stahl talks with James Rodis and Andy Hipwell on the growth and expansion of OEM Calibration.
The business model of mobile auto glass replacement has given way to brick-and-mortar locations to accommodate windshield calibrations on vehicles equipped with ADAS.
With refinish and ADAS, the theme time and time again comes back to: check the OEM repair recommendations.
Are you maximizing your scan tools to their full potential? Don’t let them be just an expensive code reader.
Joe Keene, automotive content video producer at Babcox Media, discusses the popular misconception that shops need a large amount of space to do ADAS work.
Jason Stahl talks with AirPro Diagnostics’ Josh McFarlin on whether ADAS discussion on social media has been good or bad for the industry.
Understanding vehicle electronics will be a necessity for all shops in order to not only repair the vehicle but justify the costs.
For an ADAS system to operate to its full potential, it must be calibrated with the greatest accuracy possible.
Joe Keene, automotive content video producer at Babcox Media, discusses how to calibrate the front radar on a Mazda — the key to which is precisely establishing the centerline.
How do you know what equipment to buy when bringing calibrations in-house, or is subletting the work still your best option?
AirPro Diagnostics announced that Ford has approved AirPro as a diagnostics and calibrations provider to ensure a complete and safe repair.