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Each month on DriveMyCar we will feature a popular car built for Australian roads. The technical articles will show diagnosis procedures, diagrams, component locations, common faults etc.

The information is taken from the Boyce's Autolibrary, the most widely used technical software in Australia!

THIS MONTH: Common Faults
Vehicle: Audi R8
Technical Info: Component Locations


This month we have the component locations for the Audi R8, and it's seemingly endless amount of computers.

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Previously Featured Articles
Vehicle: Holden VZ Commodore
Technical Info: Component Locations


Includes digital photos of the most common locations and connector types. Located connectors quickly and accurately!

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Vehicle: Holden VX Commodore
Technical Info: Common Faults & Solutions


This month we look at a common problem and offer a reliable solution that will help you avoid expensive and time consuming diagnosis.

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Vehicle: Toyota Camry ACV40
Technical Info: Component Locations


Includes digital photos of the most common locations and connector types. Located connectors quickly and accurately!

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Vehicle: Toyota Camry ACV40
Technical Info: Timing Belt


This month we look at a common problem and offer a reliable solution that will help you avoid expensive and time consuming diagnosis.

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Vehicle: Ford AU Falcon
Technical Info: Component Locations


Includes digital photos of the most common locations and connector types. Located connectors quickly and accurately!

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Vehicle: Ford AU Falcon
Technical Info: Common Faults & Solutions


This month we look at a common problem and offer a reliable solution that will help you avoid expensive and time consuming diagnosis.

Click here to view technical solution.
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