Our cars keep getting smarter, especially their diagnostics

By Sam Hollier
Updated November 25 2020 - 2:48am, first published November 24 2020 - 11:00pm

Back in the '80s when cars started getting relatively simple computers to control essential functions like the ignition spark timing and the fuel delivery, a common belief, or complaint, was that they'd be harder to repair and work on than the ol' carby-fed and distributor-ignited engines of yore.



Sam Hollier

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