03-March 2015 Archives - Tomorrows Technician
Dos & Don’ts Of Negotiating Salary In The Auto Care Industry

For many people, negotiating salary can be as difficult as writing resumés, getting interviews and impressing hiring managers. It can be difficult to assess what your worth is to a company in a dollar amount, and it’s even harder to talk about it with a potential employer. AutoCareCareerHub is here to help. Here are our

Hyundai’s Santa Cruz Crosses Into New Territory

Hyundai revealed its innovative Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. This fresh concept reflects a completely new interpretation of truck utility for a new generation of buyers, especially Millennials. “The Santa Cruz crossover truck concept meets the unspoken needs of a growing Millennial lifestyle we

March 2015 Crossword Puzzle

Across 1. Uncontrolled engine explosions 6. Upper limit of piston travel, briefly 8. Motorcycle drivetrain component, often 9. Engine-incontinence inhibitor (3, 4) 10. With 24-Across, standard equipment abbr. 11. Service pauses at the track (3, 5) 13. Gasoline thief’s tool 15. Oxygen ____, exhaust-manifold item 18. Irritating tire pressure problem (4, 4) 19. Sparking ignition

Clean That Spray Booth!

Cleaning and maintaining your spraybooth is essential to avoiding costly redos and keeping a tidy shop.

Hyundai Fuel System & Emissions Diagnostics

Take a look at the fuel ­injection system and driveability issues on Hyundai’s line of ­vehicles.

Chevy’s Strokers Stay on Track

Popularity of 348 and 409 W Motors Continues

Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems – Making a Comeback

Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) are the systems that don’t have air pressure sensors inside the tires. Rather, they detect a low tire by comparing relative wheel speeds via the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) wheel speed sensors. When a tire loses air, its diameter decreases slightly. Older indirect TPMS are not as sensitive to

Front and Rear Spring Replacement

Springs and struts are prone to a few suspension issues, especially in harsher northern ­climates. The front strut bearings can start creaking, and then bind up, and we’ve seen more than a few front and rear coil springs break due to corrosion. So, let’s discuss what you can look for when you encounter one of

10 Toughest Cabin Air Filter Jobs

Cabin air filters prevent leaves, dirt, bugs and other debris from entering the HVAC system. This prevents the fan and control doors from jamming with debris that could cause fan noise or affect the operation of the heater, air conditioner and defroster. Keeping the HVAC system clean also helps reduce the growth of odor-causing mold