8. February 2018 17:59 by Selina Stewart
Dealers hope you aren’t concerned enough to complain about their computer overrides, disallowing independent repair shops from repairing vehicles.
Now, two or three times per month, his computerized diagnostic equipment shows unknown codes when hooked up to an auto with a problem.
"The scanner gets codes, but no translation comes up, meaning the information hasn’t been released," Danneman said.
Manufacturers aren’t allowing shops access to some of the information they need to repair today’s computerized automobiles. They aren’t allowing independent’s to include the information in diagnostic tools that can be used on many different types of vehicles.