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...Eure!Car Tech Blog highlights The Eure!Tech Blog covers a number of problems that mechanics are facing on a daily basis. The Blog can be read at www.euretechblog.ie and is updated on a regular basis. Here are just a few of the problems and solutions posted recently. Combo/Corsa 1.3 CDTi...

...A poorly accelerating BMW 1 Series A customer had complained to a garage that their car hadn't been running properly since it was serviced. The hunt was immediately on for the cause of the poor running, and to see if the servicing had anything to do with it. After being stumped for an...

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  • Jim investigates... EGR errors
  • Jul 12

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...Jim investigates... EGR errors being blue Print’s in-house technical Consultant, i spend a large portion of my time on the road visiting customers and workshops, and recently i was faced with a 2003 toyota Avensis 2.0 diesel with a running problem. the complaint was of an intermitte...

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  • LuK Clutch Academy Audi A6 2.0TDi
  • Jun 16

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...LuK Clutch Academy Audi A6 2.0TDi The Audi A6, launched in 1994, is still a popular executive vehicle on the road today. The technical team at LuK take a closer look at the Audi A6 2.0TDi saloon for a clutch and flywheel replacement, and offer a few handy hints that should prove useful to...

...Starting with the front axle, first loosen the centre driveshaft fastening by removing the wheel and its centre emblem, refitting it and lowering the vehicle back to the ground. Once loosened, raise the vehicle, remove the wheel again and disconnect the brake wear sensor cable and detach...

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  • Mazda 5 DPF issue, Jim investigates...
  • Feb 13

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...Jim investigates... Mazda 5 DPF issue Written by Jim gilmour Blue Print’s Technical Consultant. Part of my job is to support customers who have bought a blue Print g-Scan and there’s nothing better than working through a real life situation to really get to grips with it. on one vi...

...Vehicle networks - Byteflight Byteflight networks were first used in early 2000's, and were primarily intended for safety systems, such as airbags. The Byteflight design dictated reliability, high fault tolerance and high data speed between ECUs. Byteflight can also be used for other ve...

...Tech Bits with Steve Rothwell Nov 2017 Kubistar - Trapped Starter Motor There was a Nissan badge on this van, and it proudly displays the name Nissan Kubistar, but to all intense and purpose this vehicle is a Renault Kangoo van. The van was in because the starter motor had failed. Just...

...Workshop equipment needed: Gearbox removal Open the bonnet and, for safety reasons, disconnect the negative battery lead and then remove the gear linkage cables from the gearbox. To remove the front sub-frame, raise the vehicle lift to waist height, remove both front wheels, disconnect...

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  • Mitsubishi AYC/ACD system
  • Aug 13

  • Blue Print (201) Contact
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...Mitsubishi AYC/ACD system Written by Jim gilmour Blue Print’s Technical Consultant. electronic stability programmes by any other name have been around for over a decade and have contributed greatly to vehicle safety. Much has been written about them, and for the most part, their op...



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