The August edition from VASA’s North American counterpart reveals the complex and not-so obvious ‘trim’ settings that may cause customers to believe the climate control system of their vehicle is not working optimally.
For those considering an all-in-one recovery/recycle/recharge machine, MACS has produced a buyers’ guide.
There is also information about a new tool for testing one of the increasing numbers of belt-driven compressors that use externally mounted solenoid valves.
A reminder to read the full name of a diagnostic trouble code comes from a case study about common faults with the air-con systems of General Motors vehicles and another case study about an odd reason for random, unwanted air-conditioning activation will bring up memories of those curly diagnostics jobs that leave you with both a sense of satisfaction and tales to tell.
VASA members have exclusive access to MACS technical papers here.