This edition of Joe Knows features a 1993 5.0 liter Mustang in for a ring and pinion change. We removed it's existing 3.27 gear and installed a new gear. This made for a very happy customer! So yes, we can handle rear differential work!
This Joe Knows features a 2006 GMC Envoy with no heat; this is a common problem we see. Shown in the photos is a burnt heat resistor vs. a new one. This resistor controls the blower speed from the blower switch on the dash board. Too often the switch is kept in one position, continual high current passes through and in some cases, and over a period of time melts the resistor and connector. Once the damage is done a 'short' harness and resistor will fix the problem most of the time.
Here we have a wiring harness that was eaten back to the cam sensor by a mouse! The vehicle is a 2014 Toyota RV4, the engine is a 4 cylinder. The sensor sits the valve cover nice, high, and flat. The mouse decided to find a warm place during a recent cold winter night and grab a snack. This cause a check engine to appear & cost my customer a few bucks to repair!