Replacing the stop light switch was fairly easy, now, the brake pedal position sensor brought a new set of rules when replacing.
Certain Nissan models between model years 1996-2004 will set a trouble code for their oxygen sensors falsely. This article will guide you through the steps to diagnose and repair these vehicles.
Installing a new position sensor may require additional steps to complete the job. Follow the vehicle manufactures suggested procedure following that sensor replacement to prevent other problems.
Replacing an oxygen sensor can come with challenges. This article will provide a few tips to possibly make the job a bit easier to handle.
This article will provide a brief overview of the malfunction indicator lamp operation in our modern vehicle applications
Trouble code diagnosis does not always lead to part replacement. Researching the vehicle manufactures technical service bulletins may lead to a repair requiring just a computer reprogram. This article will provide knowledge on service bulletins along with some oxygen sensor knowledge.
WVE has designed throttle position sensors with improved circuit technology which will improve the sensors durability and life cycle. But, with technology our test methods need to update with this improvement. This article will provide the knowledge and skills needed.
Many trouble codes and electrical problems may lead to the replacement of an electrical connector. This article will guide you through the proper replacement procedure of those electrical connectors.
Replacing a threaded sensor requires an understanding of the thread types used and how to install them without causing other damage. This article provides needed information before replacing a threaded sensor.
When replacing a brake light switch or brake pedal position sensor there may be certain rules you must follow to adjust correctly after installation. This article will discuss a Chrysler switch application that can be quite confusing.