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September 11, 2018

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Auto Industry

Nissan recalls 166,000 North American vehicles over potential ignition switch problem

FRANKLIN, Tenn.—Nissan Motor Co. is recalling about 166,000 vehicles in North America because a problem with the ignition switch could cause the vehicle's engine to shut off while driving.

Auto Industry

Ford recalls more than 49,000 EV charging cables

DETROIT—Ford Motor Co. is recalling 49,197 EV charging cables in the U.S. over a fire risk.

Automotive Service

Tire Business Educates Live Online Conference & Expo coming in September

AKRON — A director from eBay Inc., along with executives from Sumitomo Rubber North America Inc. (SRNA), Toyo Tire USA Corp. and TireHub L.L.C., are among a group of industry experts who will participate in the inaugural Tire Business Educates Live Online Conference & Expo, set for Sept. 25-27.

Auto Industry

SEMA to include powersport among top-trending vehicles at 2018 expo

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. — The SEMA will include a powersport vehicle for the first time this year among the top trending vehicles recognized at the annual SEMA Show.

Auto Industry

Auto Care Association names Impact, Mort Schwartz award winners

AUSTIN, Texas — The Auto Care Association has selected the winners of its 2018 Impact Awards, Mort Schwartz Excellence in Education Award and Auto Care Career and Education Award.

Automotive Service unveils program for job seekers

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — Online recruitment firm has unveiled the Talent Agent Program, which the company said was designed to help candidates find appropriate jobs as well as provide guidance in the process.

Government & Law

U.S. adds 201,000 jobs in August; unemployment rate steady

WASHINGTON — Nonfarm payroll employment grew by 201,000 jobs in August, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Factory Fixes

Saab's seemingly unrelated electrical issues linked to 38-way connector

Drivers of some 2005-09 Saab 9-7X models may complain of several seemingly unrelated electrical issues.

Dan Marinucci

Charging for equipment makes dollars, sense

Charging for the use of diagnostic equipment may be easier than some bosses realize. Here's one service shop owner's approach on a particular piece of shop gear.

New Products

Ingersoll to debut cordless, high-torque impact wrench at SEMA

John Bean releases heavy-duty wheel-balancing system

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