Now Available - February's Digital Edition of ShopOwner

Now Available – February’s Digital Edition of ShopOwner

February's issue includes technical and management content and is free to download.

The interactive and easy-to-use digital edition of ShopOwner’s February issue, featuring articles from ImportCar, is available now.

In addition to management topics and opinion pieces, this issue includes technical articles on proximity-dependent entry device (aka key fobs) programming; understanding the electric water pump in the N54 engine; BMW dual-clutch transmission diagnostics; and more.

Every issue of ShopOwner also includes technical content from Underhood Service, Brake & Front End, TechShop and Tire Review, all ShopOwner channels.

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Now Available – December’s Digital Edition of ShopOwner

December’s issue includes technical and management content and is free to download.

The interactive and easy-to-use digital edition of ShopOwner’s December issue, featuring articles from ImportCar, is available now.

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In addition to management topics and opinion pieces, this issue is all about acronyms, including technical articles on the Condition Based Service (CBS) system in BMW 4-Series vehicles; Mercedes-Benz EQS service opportunities; making sense of Audi's MLB alignment procedures as they relate to ADAS; and more.

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Now Available – October’s Digital Edition of ShopOwner

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