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SA Tech Help like with many other tech products or gizmos lets South African automotive or cars owners post/ask questions on any problem they may be having on their vehicles (by any make or manufacturer) and receive free answers or support in real time. You can think of SA Tech Help a forum - only geered up more for a question and answer kind of inteaction. To make sure you do not have to reach through a lot of user-post to get an answer for a issue already address. The Experts on SA Tech Help have a worthy bachground on offering general automotive online support and can be counted upon for help with Scheduled Maintenance, dashboard warning lights, part replacement, vehicle's electrical wiring, blown fuse & relay changes, engine anf transmission issues, computer stored dignostic codes and more. Its free, so post your car question today and receive quality input and answers in real time.

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SA Tech Help Q2A, where you can ask any question and receive answers from other members of the community'. SA Tech Help Q&A was created to be a free resource linking people with tech questions to experts who could provide answers. Since our launch in 2014, we have grown from a simple Q&A web site to providing additional help such as loans,roms, pricing information and more. All is completely free of charge.