What to do when your customer tells you that their cruise control (ADAS) system isn’t working and there are no codes set. Mike from South Carolina provides a demonstration of just such a situation with a video example of his test drive, his expectation as to what the root cause of the problem is and some pretty conclusive evidence of vehicle damage in the suspected area. If you are still grappling with ADAS and what it involves from a service standpoint, this demonstration is quite helpful and provides a really useful tech tip for future reference. Check out the video below.
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