Senior Developer, Askpatty.com
Member since: Oct 2015
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My development experience includes agile development, team leadership, multi-platform design (desktop, responsive and mobile), object oriented programming, best practice design patterns, RESTful API work, Social Marketing and Search Engine Marketing. I've been working with Jody and AskPatty since the very beginning.
Alan Recently Blogged About:
2017 North American International Auto Show Photo Gallery. Check out the Chevy Bolt, the GT-R, Concept cars, New Toyota Corolla, Lexus and more!
Published Jan 13th, 2017
LA Auto Show returns Nov. 18-27 2016 at the LA Convention Center
Published Nov 18th, 2016
Gallery of photos from Ford Motor Company at the 2016 LA Auto Show
Published Nov 16th, 2016
The 2016 SEMA Auto Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world.
Published Nov 1st, 2016
We love Halloween! Especially the part where we get to dress up our children as cars! Check out this fabulous list of kids car costumes!
Published Oct 31st, 2016
Alan lent her expertise to these automotive questions from our members:
I have a 2009 Hyundai Sonata v6 that I bought with no air conditioning. The blower doesn't kick at all. I started with the fuses and they all looked fine, I also swapped every single fuse that says AC, blower, or condenser on it with new fuses. I also put a new resistor and blower relay with no luck. I could also test the blower itself and the switch knob by taking off the blower relay cover and connecting the two metal pieces inside the relay and the blower started kicking, and I tried to change the fan speed and it worked. Now I'm sure it's not the switch, resistor, fuses, nor the relay. But the blower still won't run at all, either on AC nor heat. What else could it be? Read Answers