• SureTrack Community Fix: Buzzin’ in your Escalade

    Mitchell 1 SureTrack Real Fix LogoHere’s another case of a hard to diagnose noise that only happens while driving. SureTrack community member Jeffytune had a Cadillac Escalade in the shop with a buzzing noise happening after driving over a bump or dip. Not only that, the noise stop happening after it warmed up. They posed the question to the community, and with the help of fellow community members ericsautomotive and jbsprintcar, they were able to resolve the issue quickly.

  • What are the ADAS Challenges for Auto Repair Shops?

    Part 2 of the “What is ADAS” series ADAS presents a variety of challenges for auto repair shops. Primarily, there are three challenges that every auto repair shop must reckon with as ADAS features become more common. Auto repair shops need to understand the relationship between components and ADAS features. There needs to be an […]

  • SureTrack Community Fix: Noisy Caliber

    Mitchell 1 SureTrack Real Fix LogoNoisy suspension can sometimes be hard to diagnose as it’s hard to recreate the noise on the lift. SureTrack community member macdonald.motorworks had a Dodge Caliber in the shop with noisy rear suspension that sounded like bad struts. They posed the question to the community, and with the help of fellow community member lanpro1 and others, they were able to resolve the issue quickly.

  • All About ADAS

    Some of the most exciting innovations in the automotive industry over the last decade have been related to safety. The best minds in the business are focused on trying to make the driver, passengers and the car itself as safe as possible. One of the greatest innovations are Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), a new category of safety technologies that is becoming more and more common in newer model vehicles.

  • SureTrack Community Fix: Stereo Boy Syndrome

    Mitchell 1 SureTrack Real Fix LogoOne of the worst things for a technician is when a customer doesn’t tell you everything they should when they bring in their car. SureTrack community member MECHANICAUTO had a Honda Odyssey in the shop that had the flashers coming on when using the turn signals. They posed the question to the community, and with the help of fellow community member ericsautomotive and JimA, they were able to resolve the issue quickly. ericsautomotive calls the problem “Stereo Boy” syndrome.