Component Connection – Dissecting Today’s Complex Fuel Delivery System
Adapted from Larry Carleys article in Counterman
Undercover – Straight Talk On Subaru Steering Service
Adapted from Larry Bailly’s article in ImportCar
Badge of Honor – Whats In It For Me?
One of the most frequent questions I encounter from technicians is, Whats in it for me (WIIFM)? Its an honest question and a fair one. Why go to the trouble of taking a test and getting ASE certified if you cant see the value in holding professional credentials in the first place. I could tell
Real World – Automotive Students Gain Experience by Working on Employee Automobiles
Whether a vehicle dilemma lies within the fuel system, brakes or electrical components, or the Service Engine Soon light is constantly blinking, Owens Community College employees from the Findlay and Toledo, OH campuses dont have to venture very far to find service for their ailing automobiles. With a quick phone call to the colleges Transportation
Living Under the Hood – Driving on Borrowed Time
Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in Underhood Service
Badge of Honor – Habla Espanol?
Among the many things the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence does to help automotive technicians succeed is to stay abreast of changing demographics in the population. At the moment, Hispanics represent the fastest growing segment. For many, English is still a second language, so to help in their transition to our predominantly English technical