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The Automotive Hour, Weekly Podcast of AGCO Automotive Corporation: Episodes

Should Steve shock or not? David has a dim dash, and Gene is in shutdown mode. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss when shock and struts need replacement and answer calls from listeners.
GM transmission troubles and time for Frank and John to trade. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry answer questions from listeners and discuss C.V. boot or axle replacement.
Should Jules junk the trans and why is Matt dying? Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive technician Brian Terry, discuss the Exxon gasoline issue and why belts might squeak.
The Ranger racks up misfires and Wayne has a whine. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry answer calls from listeners in this lively program.
Is Bill taking a hit on the Honda? Some maintenance advice for Matt and Sharon has a smoking Acura. These and lots more as Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead tech, Brian Terry answer calls on this lively program.
Howard wants to know where his dipstick went. Actuators, climate control problems and oil viscosity are topics this week. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry answer calls from listeners.
The Hudson has a hick up. Joanne has no brake lights, and Clay may have a crack. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, discuss new versus used, when buying engines and transmissions and answer calls from listeners.
Transmission trauma, Pete is perturbed and Satan is stuck in second. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, host this lively program, originally broadcast 26 February, 2011.
Bill is sluggish and Linda is shuddering. This encore presentation of a program originally broadcast February 14, 2009. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, answer calls from listeners in a lively program.
Jumping GM voltage and Jerry has a no-start Suburban. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss the importance of diagnosis, and why it is best not to switch oil brands.
Oil pressure problems abound. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, answer calls from listeners and offer insight into repair problems in this lively program.
Are fuel and oil additives, good or bad? Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss things mistaken as transmission problems and answer calls from listeners.
Chris and Danny are vibrating and what is synthetic oil? Louis Altazan and AGCO lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss engine mounts, oil requirements and answer calls from listeners.
Checking transmissions without a dipstick and Scott has a squeal. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss repair or replace a vehicle and answer calls from listeners.
What are the features and benefits of a car cover and is the Honda an interference engine? Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, answer calls from listeners in the first show of 2014.
A special encore Christmas program. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, answer calls from listeners, in the final show for 2013.
Herb decides, standard shift or automatic and Ernie has a leak. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, discuss the GM oil consumption bulletin and answer calls from listeners, in the final live show for 2013.
Joe needs more flow. A special encore presentation of a program originally broadcast 29 August, 2009. Louis and Brian discuss old tires, fan clutches and the difference between price and cost, and answer calls from several listeners.
Oil consumption in modern engines and the difference in fluids. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, discuss the different fluids in vehicles today and answer calls from listeners.
Delaying Dodges, roaring rear and Kenny clicks in second gear. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, answers calls from listeners in a very lively program.
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