March, 2005 Archives - Tomorrows Technician
The SYNUS Takes on Even the Most Hostile Cities

As the population shifts from the suburbs back to the cities, Ford created its SYNUS concept to be compact enough to maneuver through congested streets, yet bold enough to run with the big dogs, and at the same time, have all of the security measures of Fort Knox. In fact, the SYNUS (pronounced “sin-you-ehs”) features

Matt Taylor Wins T2 Essay Contest

The grand prize winner in the Tomorrow’s Technician Essay Contest, which was sponsored by Parts Plus, was Matt Taylor of Lakewood, WA. Taylor and Wayne Bridges, his teacher at Clover Park Technical College, were guests of Parts Plus at the Parts Plus National Convention held February 24-27 in New Orleans, LA. The contest, which ran

Looking Over What’s Under Volkswagen’s: Servicing A3 and A4 Chassis

Adapted from Larry Bailly’s article in ImportCar

Hot Heads For Cool Cars: Powerful Secrets Revealed

Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in ImportCar

Servicing The Neon Can Be A Gas

Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in Underhood Service

Getting Hired

Whenever I find myself addressing a group of automotive students, one of the questions all ask is, “What are employers looking for in an automotive professional?” It’s a good question, and the answer involves a lot of common sense. It’s never too early to start thinking about that first job. Being properly prepared to enter

Selling a Body Repair Estimate

Adapted from Patrick Yurek’s article in BodyShop Business

How the Right Friction Can Stop Comebacks

Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in Brake & Front End.