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KNOWLEDGE. EXPERIENCE: The Man Behind the Answers

At Airtex we are committed to unmatched customer support. Without question this wouldn’t be possible without our team of experienced professionals to back it up. A big part of that team is Shane Neuman, Technical Assistance Hotline Manager and NIR Coordinator. Shane is an ASE certified technician and third generation Airtex employee who has been with us for eight years and in the automotive repair industry for 24 years. In addition to overseeing the day-to-day aspects of the Tech Line, he finds vehicles for the instructional video series, answers customers’ emails, and evaluates all the new fuel pumps released by OE.

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Methods Employed to Remain Current in Today's Automotive Environment

Today’s automotive technician is a well-trained individual with a vast array of technical skills that are similar to those of a structural or electrical engineer due to the ever-changing technical aspects of the automobile.

Prevent fuel pump failures caused by contaminants - importance of cleaning and flushing the fuel tank

One of the main causes for fuel pump failures is contaminated fuel. Visible and invisible contaminants can damage the new fuel pump. One of the single most important things to do when replacing a fuel pump is cleaning and flushing the inside of the fuel tank.

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Description of the Throttle Position Sensor and Testing Procedures

The throttle position sensor (TPS) is a potentiometer located on the throttle body and attached to the throttle plate opposite the throttle linkage. It has three wires: battery voltage, 5-volt reference, and a signal wire. Its purpose is to signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) the amount and speed of the throttle opening. This is an indication as to the demand placed on the engine at any given time.

DIAGNOSTICS: Beginner's Guide to Tools and Instruments

Tim Allen once said, ''I have a thing for tools.'' More than likely, he has a different tool for every job. However, if you are someone that does mechanic work out of necessity, and not because you have a passion for the work, it can be hard to know exactly which tools are absolutely necessary.