HVAC systems have come a long way in the past 15 years. While the basics of heating and cooling may be the same, the controllers and sensors have improved dramatically.
New rotors, either OE or aftermarket, are supposed to be finished to specifications and ready to install out of the box.
You probably understand the job interview process, but let’s talk about how to prepare for your first interview.
Spark plugs are the “canary in the coal mine” of the combustion chamber. The electrodes and porcelain can reveal short- and long-term problems if you know where to look.
It’s the pinnacle of many automotive professionals’ careers to have a build at the SEMA Show. With the help of SEMA Education, C.D. Hylton High School’s auto students will have a build at SEMA before graduation.
Pickens Technical College Instructor Named August Finalist For 2020 ‘B’laster Instructor Of The Year’
Ed Martin shares how a cancer diagnosis changed his perspective on teaching and inspired him to create a breakfast program for students in need.
The digital version of the August issue of Tomorrow’s Technician magazine is available online.
The digital version of the May issue of Tomorrow’s Technician magazine is available online.
One of the ways automakers squeeze more horsepower and torque from an engine is adding variable valve timing (VVT) to the valvetrain.
A spark plug that has racked up miles should have a brownish or grayish color on the insulator and electrodes, but some gas additives have been known to turn fresh insulators blue, pink or purple.
All Honda brake systems may look the same after awhile, but it is what’s unseen that can hurt you in the form of a comeback. Here are our Honda Brake tips.
Thanks to advanced technology, modern vehicles operate with fewer noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) complaints than ever before.