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If You’re in Auto Technician Training, Learn When All-Wheel Drive is Needed

Many buyers look for power in their vehicles, in its various incarnations. From suspension settings to horsepower to 0-60 times, car fans love to hear how much of a punch…
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[Infographic] A Guide to Different Engine Types

A car can have the nicest chrome exhaust tip and the plushest seats, but it’s the engine that truly makes a car a car. While most automobiles today use internal…
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Winter and All-Weather Tires: What an Automotive Service Technician Needs to Know

If you were to judge solely based on their names, you would think that all-weather tires functioned just as well as winter tires in snowy conditions. However, this is not…
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Road Force Balancing Explained for Auto Mechanics

Traditional tire balancing is important for eliminating vibrations caused by imbalances in a vehicle’s tires and wheels. However, traditional balancing has its limits. For example, it cannot measure the amount…
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Scrapped: Grads of Mechanic Courses Should Note Why Ford Is Killing Long-Running Models

Consumer habits can change over short periods of time. Take a look at cell phones, for example. They started out as a blocky product with a black and white screen….
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