Tech Forum

Tech Forum

Your customers — technician or otherwise — often look to you for the answers to their technical and product questions. In this ever-changing automotive technology and product landscape, counter and sales professionals throughout distribution need to have the answers. That’s your job.
Throughout the year, Counterman editors receive some of these questions from readers or service dealers. In this month’s issue, we present many of these questions, along with the answers. Armed with the right information, you will remain a vital part of your customers’ businesses.

This year’s Tech Forum presents information on the following important product categories:

Air & Cabin Air Filters

Alternators

Ceramic Brakes

Engine Management

Fuel Injection

Refrigerant

Wipers

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