Monthly Archives: May 2020

MACS Live Chat (John Duerr & Steve Schaeber discuss A/C Leak Detection Tracer dye & COVID-19 in NYC)


Hi everyone, and welcome to another MACS Live Chat, hosted by Steve Schaeber, manager of service training and technical editor for MACS publications like ACtion Magazine and the MSR (MACS Service Reports). Preview(opens in a new tab) This live chat … Continue reading

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Thermostats


By Neal Kwort, MACS Technical Correspondent   As you know, engines have to be warm to run efficiently for drivability, emissions and fuel economy. But why is this necessary? It’s got to do with the volatility (the capability of fuel … Continue reading

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‘OK, Alexa. Find a repair shop nearby’


By Angie Chabot, AAM Do you use voice-enabled commands on your phone? Do you have a smart device in your home? According to the latest editions of NPR and Edison’s Research’s “Smart Audio Report,” more than 60 million people in … Continue reading

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Tracking yf


By Steve Schaeber February 7th was Media Day at the Philadelphia Auto Show, which is a great opportunity for MACS to find out what’s going on with new model vehicle HVAC systems. Overall, we inspected more than 160 new cars … Continue reading

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MACS talks to GDP’s Julian Hentze about mobile A/C parts, repair and more!


MACS Live Chat (Julian Hentze and Steve Schaeber discuss COVID-19, GPD and the Mobile A/C industry) Hello, and Welcome to MACS Worldwide’s YouTube Channel. We’re glad you’re here! Hi everyone, and welcome to another MACS Live Chat, hosted by Steve … Continue reading

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MACS 2020: Products, services and industry trends


By Paul Weissler As any car dealer can tell you, the sales of conventional automobiles have been plummeting for the last several years, and the market has shifted to SUVs and trucks. At the same time, air conditioning service has … Continue reading

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