The Automotive Technician (TaT) is your gateway to a whole new world of problem solving and know how. Join our extensive community today and change the way you diagnose problem vehicles.
The Automotive Technician (TaT) was established in 2007 by a group of far-sighted technicians who realized that for the aftermarket to prosper it would be essential for technicians to share their knowledge, information and experience.
TaT is a unique platform that provides members with practical information and diagnostic solutions straight from the workshop floor. Information of the kind that you won’t find in a call centre, manual or wiring diagram.
TaT shares its information through its technical magazine, repair database, technical help service, Scan data database, diagnostic programs and training seminars.
TAT Magazine: Get Australasia’s No.1 technical automotive magazine mailed to you six times per year plus search over 2000 pages of past editions online.
Repair Solutions: Get access to over 2500 diagnostic repair solutions searchable by vehicle, problem and fault code. Each fortnight we upload 20 new repair solutions.
Good Scan/Scope Data: Get access to over 17000 good scan tool and scope-data uploads to compare to the bad data you have retrieved from your vehicle.
Technical Assistance: Get technical assistance from the TaT Tech team and fellow members.
Diagnostic programs: Get access to 20 in-house designed diagnostic calculators and software programs.
Fault code database: Get access to an electronically logged database of over 8000 fault code definitions.
The Automotive Technician (TaT) is your gateway to a new world of practical technical know-how and repair solutions. Built from decades of hands-on industry expertise, straight from the workshop floor, it’s the kind of information you won’t find in a call centre, manual or wiring diagram. Instead, you’ll enjoy touch-button access to a vast database of easy-to-use diagnostic repair information – fully searchable by vehicle, symptom and fault code – saving you time and money every day.
Change the way you diagnose problem vehicles.
No acceleration whilst driving. Seems to have lost accelerator control. When ignition cycled, normal response returned.
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) light on in dash. Customer also advised of intermittent engine stumble or hesitation.
Lack of power (limp mode) and warning lights on, first drive of morning. Cycle ignition and then ok rest of the day.
Engine stalling when hot. Customer had been to several repairers with this issue, with no success. The customer had also sourced and fitted an aftermarket Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor. Even with this sensor fitted, the issue remained unresolved.
Intermittent non-start, no crank. Customer suspected the battery was causing the issues. This was replaced, but the same issue remained.
Consistent clicking noise from left rear of dash, behind globe box area.
This is without doubt the most useful, interesting, helpful, well put together trade organisation I have ever come across.
An awesome platform to share data, experiences, information and tips.
What TaT does is absolutely fantastic for independent workshops. Please keep doing what you’re doing.
I believe anyone involved full time in automotive repairs and problem solving would benefit from being a member of your TaT network.
Best information source for automotive technicians bar none.