April, 2005 Archives - Tomorrows Technician
Measuring Up to Alignment Services

Adapted from Andrew Markel’s article in Brake & Front End

Keep Plugging Away at Ignition Systems

Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in Underhood Service

Automotive Service Professionals Week

Let’s face it, being an automotive technician these days takes a lot of hard work and dedication just to keep up with changing vehicle technology. As students in automotive technology courses, you know this first hand from your school experience. But many working professionals also feel that the level of professionalism required by employers, and

Better Get Your Head Examined – Addressing OHC Service and Repairs

Engine Series Better Get Your Head ExaminedAddressing OHC Service and Repairs Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in Underhood Service Hot Head The heads are the hottest part of an engine, so if the engine overheats the heads will swell and distort far more than the block. Aluminum is not as rigid as cast iron, nor

Students Turn Rusted Relic Into Replica of TV’s Top Car

What started out as a class project has turned into a labor of love for collision repair technology students at Pulaski Technical College in North Little Rock, AR. Earlier this year, Scott Romine, special events coordinator for Special Olympics Arkansas, asked instructor Ken Leslie and his students to assist with a special project: the restoration

This Car Care Clinic is Done with Class

Independent shop owners, program groups and franchises have been busy this spring planning, promoting and executing National Car Care Month (NCCM) events for April. As they educate motorists about the benefits of preventive maintenance, they simultaneously create more knowledgeable customers who, in turn, are better customers. In many areas, however, it’s not just shop owners