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AP Emissions Adds 765 New SKUs to Portfolio of Exhaust Products, Catalytic Converters

The new additions increase make-and-model application coverage by more than 50 million vehicles, according to the company.

DynoMax ‘Get Up to $100’ Spring Consumer Promotion Offers Rebates On Qualifying Performance Exhaust Systems

This spring, customers can earn money back on purchases of DynoMax Performance Exhaust products through the “Get Up to $100” consumer mail-in rebate promotion.

What’s Hot In Exhaust?

Though most mufflers and pipes are not replaced until they rot out or are dragging under a vehicle, others are candidates for replacement as soon as a new or used vehicle is purchased. We’re talking about performance mufflers and cat-back exhaust systems.

Piston Ring Service Selects Epicor Vision Automotive Aftermarket Solution

Canadian auto parts distributor targeting world-class efficiency, competitive advantage with powerful new business management software, Epicor says.   DUBLIN, Calif. — Epicor Software Corp. announced that Piston Ring Service, a leading automotive aftermarket parts distributor based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, will implement the Epicor Vision automotive aftermarket solution. The company, which has long been a leading

When To Replace Sensors And Why

Sensors are designed to last the life of the vehicle or until they wear out.

Technical Sales Skills: Opportunities Abound For Replacement O2 Sensor Sales

Read up on essential products in our annual technical sales seminar section. We review 12 products you need to know better to move products.   Brakes Fuel Pumps Gaskets Batteries Wipers Catalytic Converters Shocks Engine Management Lighting Belts and Hoses Oxygen Sensors Antifreeze Oxygen sensors are one of the most commonly replaced engine sensors. A

ASE PS2 Test Preparation Guide: Exhaust System

The major components in the exhaust system include the exhaust manifold, head pipe, Y-pipe (if used), exhaust pipe, crossover pipe, tailpipe, muffler, resonator, catalytic converter, clamps, hangars and heat shields.

I have a ‘94 Chevy S10 Blazer, VIN code W. It starts to lope if I let it idle for a while. I put a new spider and checked for any leaks. Any help would be nice. Thank you!

I have a ‘94 Chevy S10 Blazer, VIN code W. It starts to lope if I let it idle for a while. I put a new spider and checked for any leaks. Any help would be nice. Thank you!

Technical Forum: When should an oxygen sensor be replaced?

Counterman magazine presents 11 technical and sales topics in an easy-to-read question-and-answer format.

ASE P2 Test Preparation Guide: Exhaust

ASE P2 Test Preparation Guide: Exhaust

I have an ’03 Cobra S/C, made minor modifications to the blower pulley, air intake and exhaust. Do i need to have my ecu re-progammed?

I have an ’03 Cobra S/C, made minor modifications to the blower pulley, air intake and exhaust. Do i need to have my ecu re-progammed?

17th Annual Technical Forum: Performance Exhaust

Counterman magazine presents 15 technical and sales topics in an easy-to-read question-and-answer format for the magazine’s annual Technical Forum. This article appeared in the August 2009 issue.