November, 2004 Archives - Tomorrows Technician
From Classrooms to the Real World: The Northwood University Auto Show, Karen Kupres, Lori Lendzion

Seniors majoring in advertising, marketing and business management.   For one weekend in October, thousands of car enthusiasts, families, students and alumni from across the country gather on Northwood University’s secluded campus in Midland, MI, for the Northwood University International Auto Show (NUIAS). They come to see the tree-lined walkways transformed into a showcase for

The Evolution of the Automotive Service Technician – An Inside the Industry Perspective, Kimberly McWaters

These days, a scene from an automotive service bay is somewhat like a scene from an operating room. A group of highly skilled men and women meticulously pour over their work, using sophisticated instruments and finely tuned minds to diagnose and repair the complex workings of the intricate machinery before them. Technological advances have resulted

Engine Encounter: What to expect when meeting the VW VR6

Adapted from Larry Bailly’s article in ImportCar

What Causes a Fuel Pump to Get a Failing Grade?

Adapted from Underhood Service

Meet the “Playahs” in Today’s Tuner Market

Adapted from Mary Aichlmayr’s article in Tire Review

Failing Clutches – What’s Really at Fault?

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