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I've got a 2014 Chevy Equinox with new pluigs, coils, fuel injectors, recent top-engine carbon clean, new AC Delco O2 sensors, and relitively new CAT. Getting a P219A-00 for Fuel trim cyliner balance. Any ideas where to start diagnosing? I saw this online as possible causes:
Leaking or contaminated fuel injectors Low fuel pressure or running out of fuel Leaking evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge valve Exhaust or intake air system leaks Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system Positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system is leaking or the valve is stuck open Ignition system Incorrectly seated engine oil dipstick, tube or oil fill cap Just curious if anyone has had this issue with a GMC of Chevy and succesfully diagnosed.
By Harley M
Hey there, I am curious if anyone knows where to locate the “plug” to INSTALL a block heater in my 2013 Chevy Equinox LT 2.4L.
I have not been able to find anything online about where a block heater can be installed and if it even has a plug to slide through. Am I better off getting a magnetic block heater?
Thanks in advance.
The Auto Care Association announced the launch of its newest Auto Care Academy course: “Aftermarket Essentials.”
“This interactive and self-paced course will delve into the dynamic world of the aftermarket, providing a comprehensive understanding of its size, impact and the importance of keeping vehicles running smoothly and drivers safe,” the association said in a news release. “The ‘Aftermarket Essentials’ course will take the participant on an exciting journey exploring the inner workings of the vast auto care ecosystem in an easy-to-learn setting at the user’s own pace.”
As an “entry-level” course, “Aftermarket Essentials” equips new professionals with a basic knowledge of how the industry functions to extend the life of vehicles, to enhance performance and to ensure the safety of everyone on the road. Participants can expect to:
Explore the aftermarket industry’s size and scope Gain an understanding of the distribution channels from manufacturer to end-user, and how the products move through these channels Identify key stakeholders in the auto care industry and understand the role each plays in keeping vehicles on the move Understand the various aspects that make this industry so great The Auto Care Association partners with the University of the Aftermarket to bring industry professionals the “Aftermarket Essentials” course. Students who complete this course will earn 0.15 CEUs toward their AAP, MAAP, SPAAP or ACP certification.
“Northwood University’s University of the Aftermarket is pleased to announce its collaboration with the Auto Care Association on providing continuous education and professional development opportunities to the automotive and heavy duty aftermarket,” said Thomas Litzinger, executive director, University of the Aftermarket. “Educational opportunities promote an engaged workforce, improve organizational efficiencies, and increase rates of employee retention. ‘Aftermarket Essentials’ lays an excellent foundation for individuals who are new to our industry or in a new position within their organization who require a broader understanding of the mobility aftermarket. Northwood University is grateful for its collaboration with the Auto Care Association and supports its vision to promote learning platforms to our industry.”
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If anyone could help find quality performant brake kits, or list of parts for drum and disk brakes that are decently affordable for my 1985 S-10 it would be much appreciated
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