Podcasts: In the Shop

Podcasts

In the Shop

Saturdays from 9 – 10am
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The Auto Guys include Kirk from Angler Automotive, John from Bellingham Automotive, Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic and Steve from The Panacea Auto Repair.

gas buddy

In The Shop 1/4/14

Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic and John from Bellingham Automotive talk about faulty batteries, fuel economy vs. horsepower and…

old car

In The Shop 12/28/13

Brian, Steve and John come together for an end-of-the-year show taking listener calls and looking back at 12 years of…

driving in snow

In The Shop 12/21/13

Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic and Kirk from Angler Automotive talk about winter car troubles to watch out for…

gas pump

In The Shop 12/14/13

The auto guys talk about the diesel-electric car that gets more than 200 miles per gallon and what it takes…

TREES (2)

In The Shop 12/7/13

Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic & Kirk from Angler Automotive talk about common cold weather problems and what to…

Gas Pump

In The Shop 11/16/13

Steve from The Panacea Auto Repair and Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic take listener calls and talk about auto…

diesel

In The Shop 11/9/13

Auto guys Kirk from Angler Automotive and John from Bellingham Auto Repair talk about diesel engines and cars.

Car Battery

In The Shop 11/2/13

The Auto Guys may finally have the answer to the age-old question: Who are better drivers? Women or men? They…

cars rain

In The Shop 10/26/13

Steve from the Panacea and Kirk from Angler Automotive talk about the future of autonomous (self-driving) cars on our roads,…

car repair

In the Shop 10/19/13

John from Bellingham Automotive and Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic talk about how they diagnose vehicle problems, and the…

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