Watch the next installment of “whats Inside” and see the complexities of a 2008 Ford 6.4 Powerstroke injection pump.
Most modern technicians will use many different tools and techniques to diagnose and repair various symptoms on a daily basis. Since most repair facilities take in more than one type of vehicle, it is important to be flexible. One tool stands out to be the most flexible, the internet.
Using the internet for advice can at times be fickle. Not all of the information you find is applicable! Forums and threads can be misleading.
Certain things can be quick and easy to find like DTCs, fluid capacities, cylinder identification, component location, part numbers, prices, diagrams, and fuse locations.
How useful is the internet to your daily routine?
I knew it would hurt
Anticipation grew in my heart
I had heard of people actually bleeding from it
Dangerous it would be,
With many risks involved.
But I didn’t care
This is what I get, listening to my friends
Owners Jeff White, Don Harbaugh, and Darrell Miller were interviewed by Dustin Holland a reporter from Parts and People Magazine near the middle of July 2016. The article he authored about the birth, growth and development of STL Diesel exposes our inate ability to passionatly perform repairs and market our brand in a grass roots type of way. Dustin Holland, the author of the article did a great job describing the achievements, goals and ambitions of our entire team. His inspiration for this article was the vast amount of STL Diesel T-shirts, Hoodies, Hats and Decals that he and others have spotted all over the ST Louis area and beyond. When talking about this topic he asked a very interesting and frequently asked question. “Is STL Diesel a company or a club? The answer is Yes to both questions.