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General auto repair,electrical issues,driveability issues,anti-lock brakes,SIR systems,HVAC,engine performance,Gm specific. I have worked at my current dealership since the 1990 model year anything much older than that I have limited exposure to. I do not have very much transmission experience so those question you may want to ask of another expert. When you send me a question let me know the exact make/model/engine and year for the car or suv you have it makes it easier to answer the questions that way. If your happy with the answer I gave you please feel free to Donate. This is a free service to you and I am not compensated at all by this web site. I have 22 years of experience to share with you and my knowledge wasn't free to me. I had to pay for my education.

Experience in the area

Experience in the area: I have been a technician in GM dealerships for over 22 years and I am a ASE master technician. I work at a Buick and GMC truck store Previously I worked at a Pontiac GMC store for 18 years. I Served a a lead technician when dealership was on a team system. I just recently moved to a Buick,Hummer,Saab Store when my franchise was purchased by this dealership. Organizations: ASE master technician

Organizations

ASE

Education/Credentials

Education/Credentials:High school diploma,2 year vocational school degree 2 year college degree. Associates degree in applied sciences (auto technology)Awards and Honors: GMC master technician

Awards and Honors

Master GMC truck technician Master ASE technician in 9 categories

What do you like about this subject?

Every day is a different challenge.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

To be a certified master GM tech in all fields.

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

American cars are built as well and can last a long time if properly maintained per manufactures service intervals.

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

I believe American cars are harder to repair then most foreign cars. They seem to get a bit to "cute" while trying to cut corners in their designs.


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Recent Answers from Todd Puccio

2016-11-21 95 firebird transmission:

Hi eric. something broke in the transmission. the speed sensor if on the tail shaft of the trnamission it's possible that when it broke it either broke off the tone ring n the tranmssion or the speed sensor

2016-10-29 Loud creaking in steering wheel:

Hi heather.  is this a V76 engine or 4 cylinder? makes a difference I'm thinking you have a V6 engine and the noise you hear is from the power steering pump due to low on fluid. low on fluid due to a leak

2016-10-01 2005 pontiac bonneville se, cooling fans quit:

Hi Dennis.    The cooling fans work when you put power and ground to them but do not run in the cra correct?   The BCM does not control the cooling fans the ECM/PCM does engine control module/powertrain

2016-09-01 Pontiac Grand Am GT, 2002, 6 cylinder:

it is flip the underhood fuse box cover up side down and it has a road map of the fuses. it will be labels ac a/cbfm or a/c BCM something like that each year is different.  the relay for the a/c will be

2016-08-31 Pontiac Grand Am GT, 2002, 6 cylinder:

hi Jeanne:    a few things on those cars #1 make sure that the acx/bfm fuse in the underhood fuse box is not blown it will cause hard start long crank and even a no start. if it's blow replace it and pull

 

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