Stressing that not every trouble code will throw a dashboard light, Toyota has demanded scans after all collisions which might have affected an electrical system. Toyota’s…
We’re back again for the first big day of NACE in Anaheim, and we’ll bring you all the action live here with our Twitter feed.
Follow along as we listen to OEMs discussing scanning, the California Bureau of Automotive Repair examining the messy concept of Opt-OE, and MSOs and insurers talking about issues faced at the 800-pound-gorilla level of the collision repair industry.
Our coverage will start at 9:30 a.m. with the OEM scanning panel. Besides FCA’s Brian Wayne, Honda’s Chris Tobie and Nissan’s Mark Zoba, it’ll include Mark Allen of Audi, John Eck of General Motors and Eric Mendoza of Toyota. Rounding it out will be moderator Mike Anderson of Collision Advice and lone insurer Clint Marlow of Allstate.