CPTB0001 – Before you begin rules

CPTB0002 – EGR sticks after a fuel system service

CPTB0003 – Never use brake booster vacuum source

CPTB0004 – Choosing the best vacuum source

CPTB0005 – BLAST operating slowly; clean canister

CPTB0006 – Install air line dryer to protect BLAST

CPTB0007 – Cleaner/gasoline ratio for Twins

CPTB0008 – Throttle cleaning for drive-by-wire

CPTB0009 – Oxygen sensors affect fuel economy

CPTB0010 – Wrong vacuum port affects fuel service efficiency

CPTB0011 – Use fresh Intake Snake pad every time

CPTB0012 – Avoid Nissan crankcase vent port

CPTB0013 – Fuel system service still necessary

CPTB0014 – Check Engine light comes on after service

CPTB0015 – Proper RPM depends on vehicle

CPTB0016 – Okay to switch fuel and intake cleaner

CPTB0017 – Never spray TBC on cars with drive by wire

CPTB0018 – Protect paint & plastics from throttle body cleaner

CPTB0019 – Never spray TBC on resonator box

CPTB0020 – Use SLEDGEHAMMER! w/fuel system cleaning machines

CPTB0021 – Servicing hybrids or dual fuel engines

CPTB0022 – BLAST O-ring installation procedure

CPTB0023 – Using Intake Snake with drive by wire

CPTB0024 – Ethanol blends reduce fuel economy

CPTB0025 – Cars that shouldn’t get fuel system service

CPTB0026 – Never clean throttle on Nissans with drive by wire

CPTB0027 – ZF transmisson safety procedures

CPTB0066 – RIDS induction cleaning procedure

CPTB0067 – Cat low-efficiency codes after induction cleaning

CPTB0069a – Fuel system service procedures for turbocharged vehicles

CPTB0071 – Tips for using your GDI tool effectively

CPTB0072 – Drive-by-wire system service may take longer

CPTB0075 – Never connect your service tool to the brake booster hose on a Subaru