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    Service and repair tips from Bosch: Brake pads

    As a strong partner with extensive expertise in brakes, we offer your workshop everything you need for the efficient maintenance and repair of brake systems: first-class products, reliable service offerings and efficient diagnostic technology. Identifying and solving the most common problems with brake pads: There are many causes of vibration and noise during braking. These …

    August
    18
    2022

    Maintenance and repair of Denoxtronic systems in commercial vehicles

    Five generations of the exhaust gas treatment and dosing system Denoxtronic were installed in a large proportion of diesel vehicles throughout the last 18 years.  This system injects the urea-water solution AdBlue into the exhaust stream and converts, in combination with the SCR catalytic converter, harmful nitrogen oxides (NOx) into water and nitrogen. Around 12 …

    August
    10
    2022

    Bosch adds ADAS diagnostics course

    Bosch has introduced two new courses along with including an ADAS diagnostics course within the programme. The first of the new courses, Engine Operation and Measuring of Components (VSTD52) has been added in order to cover some key skills that were missing previously. Bosch says this is a completely new course and will need to …

    April
    11
    2022

    Replacement of Bosch steering systems

    Steering systems are especially safety-relevant vehicle components. Therefore, Bosch says its steering systems have to meet high requirements concerning both quality and reliability. They are mostly maintenance-free and designed to last for the complete vehicle life cycle. Of course, attachment parts such as tie rods and bellows can be damaged or worn out and should …

    March
    31
    2022

    The role of 12V batteries in electric vehicles

    The following article has been provided by Bosch, which looks at why a 12 Volt battery is needed in an electric vehicle.

    March
    16
    2022

    Winter battery advice from Bosch

    The first Bosch battery was produced in 1922 in Stuttgart, Germany. With its wide range of powerful batteries, Bosch claims it is a reliable partner for every journey, even in the winter, and says now is the time to check those batteries. According to statistics from the Auto Club Europe (ACE), problems with the battery …

    December
    5
    2021

    Bosch and BMW pilot automated data transmission to independent workshops

    More and more vehicles in the market feature what are known as connected services. In other words, they are connected over the internet and linked to the automaker. This allows the automaker to retrieve data and apply over-the-air updates. At the same time, these connected services open up new potential for repair and maintenance services. …

    November
    19
    2021

    Bosch: risks of a starter activated for too long

    If the starter is activated for an extended time, for example, in the case of excessively long venting processes after diesel filter changes, there is a risk of thermal overload of the unit.

    November
    16
    2021

    New online hybrid and electric vehicle training courses from Bosch

    The shortage of electric vehicle trained staff in the independent aftermarket has been well documented and whilst this may seem a challenge to many aftermarket workshop businesses, there is a significant opportunity for the independent sector, with a relatively small investment required to gain the relevant qualifications in order to cater for these vehicles. Bosch …

    October
    16
    2021

    Bosch highlights sales opportunities created by cabin filter fitting

    Bosch has highlighted the sales opportunities created by cabin filter fitting that workshops should make the most of. Bosch offers a comprehensive range of over 500 cabin filters covering 95 per cent of the EU market vehicle parc. Each Bosch cabin filter features high-quality materials, manufacturing and technical know-how. The company says its aim is …

    April
    8
    2021