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

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.
Louis and Wife Elaine Altazan discuss women in the automotive trade and answer several calls from listeners, in a post Thanksgiving program.
This classic Automotive Hour was originally broadcasted on November 14, 2009. Listen in and see what Louis and Brian were up to four years ago.
Bill is hot on the highway and Wayne has a clunk. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician Brian Terry, give auto repair advice and answer calls from listeners, in a very lively program.
Clean coolant for the Corvette, the Camry clunk conundrum and Jack are still ice cold in Ohio. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive, lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss noise diagnosis and answer calls from listeners.
Sherry is sharper than her husband on transmission gaskets. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss dashes that crack, tire shine products and oil specifications.
Announcing the 2013 Auto Awareness class. Mike has original spark plugs and the Toyota that keeps losing its oil. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, answer calls from listeners and give details about the upcoming class.
How NOT to avoid changing a fan clutch and an Avalon air bag from Anchorage Alaska needs replacement. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, answer calls and give advice in a very lively program.
A history of the military Jeep is the topic. This special pre-recorded program is a tribute to the rich history of this rugged warrior.
Should Rick rebuild or replace? Ohio Jack is still fighting the AC and is it better to buy a new or old car? Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss rodent damage and answer calls from listeners.
A live report from the 2013 James Dean Run. Jack in Ohio is still freezing up, and Ed from Washington changes a ball joint. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss air bags and answer calls from listeners.
Herb has a heavy haul, and Douglas has a dying Dodge. Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, discuss the difference in more expensive and better, as well as answer calls from listeners.
What is voltage-drop testing and when is the best time to change engine oil? Your hosts, Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry answer these questions and a lot more.
Did lightning blast the Blazer, and why Fords are rattling on startup? Louis Altazan and AGCO Automotive lead technician, Brian Terry, answer these and other questions from callers.
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