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Basics of Automotive Lighting Systems

Halogen headlights are common in older vehicles, while LEDS have become increasingly popular for fog lights, off-roading and powersports.

Automotive Lighting
Understanding the Basic Types of Antifreeze/Coolant

It may be hard to believe, but antifreeze has been around long before the automobile.

Types of Antifreeze Coolant
Detecting Leaks in Automotive A/C Systems

A telltale symptom of a leak is a decrease in cooling performance.

Detecting Leaks in AC Systems
Jon Owens on the Importance of Volunteering in the Aftermarket

Owens describes what he’s learned from volunteering in the industry and his vision for AACF as its current president.

Jon Owens
Introduction to Keyless Ignition Systems

This technology allows drivers to start their vehicles without the traditional key turn.

Keyless Ignition
Litens Pulleys: You’ll Be Surprised at What’s in the Box

The pulley kit saves time for your customers and takes up less space on the shelf.

Litens tensioners pulleys
Selling Wheel Bearings and Hub Units to DIFM Customers

Using premium wheel bearings means fewer customer comebacks.

Wheel Bearings
Overview of the Clutch System

There are three main components involved: the flywheel, friction disc and pressure plate.

Clutch System
Understanding the Basics of Brake Calipers

There are two main types of brake calipers: floating calipers and fixed calipers.

Brake Calipers
Fundamentals of EV Technology

Electric vehicles offer numerous advantages over traditional gasoline-powered vehicles.

Fundamentals of EV Technology
High-Pressure Fuel Pumps in GDI Systems

High-pressure fuel pumps are precision-machined to generate fuel pressure to the rail up to 2,500 psi.

High Pressure Fuel Pumps
Understanding All-Wheel-Drive Systems

The core controls for most AWD systems are the ABS, traction control and stability control that uses the brake modulator to control traction.  

All Wheel Drive