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All Aboard the CAN Bus

With the proliferation of computer electronics, there were just too many sensors and wires.

CAN Bus
The Evolution of Automotive Fuel Systems

The frequency of changes has increased in recent decades.

Fuel Systems
When Springs Break

Unfortunately, the kind of spring break that leaves ‘road earrings’ isn’t a desirable getaway.

Broken Springs
Understanding the Customer Lifecycle

Knowing the most effective ways to connect with each customer type helps create repeat business and build your brand.

Customer Lifecycle
Check the Part: Return Guide for Fluid Reservoirs

Dorman recommends these four steps to determine if it’s a valid warranty claim.

Fluid Reservoir
MAF and MAP Sensors

These small-but-mighty components play an outsized role in keeping fuel-injected engines running smoothly.

MAF and MAP Sensors
Mastering the Multimeter

It’s a tool that will expand your diagnostic ability.

Multimeter
Electronic Parking Brakes

Safety, convenience and holding power – what’s not to love?

Electronic Parking Brake
Navigating the Lubricant Labyrinth

A surge in specialized engine oils has led to some confusion over the correct recommendations for each application.

Motor Oil
Driveshaft Dynamics

Don’t let the terminology trip you up.

Driveshaft
Serpentine Belts Have a Strong Supporting Cast

Tensioners, balancers and pulleys are working behind the scenes to maintain harmony under the hood.

Tensioners and Pulleys
Artificial Intelligence in the Automotive Aftermarket

The applications for AI are endless, but hurdles still remain.

AI Aftermarket