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3 Long Lasting Vehicles for Students in Auto Mechanic School

There are many factors to consider when purchasing a vehicle. The choice will depend on who the primary driver is, whether the car is for work or leisure, and how…
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A Look at Ceramic vs. Metallic Brake Pads for the Automotive Service Technician

When it comes to staying safe while driving, few car parts are as important as the brakes. Given drivers’ specific needs, they will want to choose brakes that best fit…
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Want to be an Auto Mechanic? See How the Chevy E-10 Combines Hot Rod and Pickup

It’s a hot rod mixing the old with the new—and one that’s great for the environment, to boot. The new Chevrolet E-10 concept truck is a modernized take on the…
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What Every Student in Automotive Mechanic Training Should Know About Four-Wheel Drive

For most vehicles, and under most driving conditions, standard two-wheel drive is more than sufficient. In some cases, though, having only two wheels powered by the engine might not be…
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5 Common Diagnostic Codes You’ll See After Automotive Mechanic Training

One of the most useful diagnostic tools that you’ll have at your disposal in your future career as an automotive mechanic is your On-Board Diagnostics II (OBD-II) scanner. Spurred on…
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