An improperly-repaired tire can lead to more than just customer inconvenience — it can result in a sudden failure with life-threatening consequences, not only for the vehicle’s occupants, but also for everyone sharing the road.
Misalignment as the cause of drift or pull is often the first problem that springs to mind for vehicle owners and service professionals alike, but it’s not the only possible cause.
Things you should know when the warning light glows.
Catalytic converter diagnosis is easy! If you find a trouble code P020 or P0430, replace the converter and the car is fixed. Right?
Installing the incorrect spark plugs on your customer’s Nissan or Infiniti – or doing it improperly – can lead to big problems!
Traditional methods employed by auto thieves, such as forcing the ignition lock, or “hotwiring” the car won’t work on a Nissan with NATS/NVIS.
Keeping your customer’s Nissan or Infiniti vehicle operating properly means using the right product for the right job. That’s easy to do if you use Genuine Nissan lubricants and fluids.
Wiring repairs, hidden under layers of electrical tape, will remain unseen and unnoticed, unless they fail and require exhumation.
Mastering the Nissan & Infiniti Techinfo Websites. The best way to service Nissan and Infiniti vehicles is to have all the correct information at your fingertips.
Don’t be afraid to tackle service on the Nissan Altima Hybrid. Beyond the high-voltage electrical system, it’s really just like any other Altima. But, there are a few special facts you should know.
Servicing continuously variable transmissions can be a scary thing if you don’t have any experience with these belt-driven critters. Here’s some basic information on how they operate.