November, 2007 Archives - Tomorrows Technician
November 2007 Pop Quiz

The following T2 Pop Quiz tests your knowledge of Oxygen Sensors. Choose the one answer that best completes the following statements or questions.

Report Card: Performance Tips From a Model Student

Chloe Picart, an 18-year-old student at Lincoln Technical Institute, studying automotive technology, said she loves the idea of being a girl in a male dominated industry.

The Real World: Engaging Technicians

How One Trucking Fleet Company Handles Technician Issues

The Real World: On the Career Fast Track

, are on the “fast track” to a career in the automotive industry.

The Real World: A Juiced-Up Orange Mazda That’s Ready for the Track

A Mazda RX-7 Gets a makeover from two juniors at Medford Vocational Technical High School, Medford, MA

Real World: Rich Evans – Driven To Succeed

Show-stopping design work has made Rich Evans into a bit of a celebrity

Service Advisor: A Plug’s Life

How to Read Spark Plugs

Service Advisor: Time to Make a Tool Decision

Discovering special tools to change timing belts

Service Advisor: Things Are Heating Up!

A fairly recent entrant into the tool side of the collision repair industry is the heat inductor. Well, it’s nothing new really. Heat inductors have been around in various industries for about 100 years and are commonly used in the manufacturing process for things like case hardening of gears and shafts. They’re also used in cook tops on stoves to allow a quicker, more even heat. But heat inductors are relatively new to the collision repair industry.

Undercover: Brakes 101

Topics To Cover –
Inspection checklist, Servicing, Rotors and Drums, Linings and Brake Fluid

Crossword Puzzle: November 2007

Across 1. Battery-diagnosis procedure (4,4) 5. Bedrock stone-car driver 9. Brake booster synonym 10. Seat-belt part, _____ reel 11. Engine incontinence (3,4) 12. Pre-EFI engine’s cold-start device 13. Mineral deposits in radiator 15. Chevy van for Houston footballer 20. Camshaft protrusions 22. Replacement exhaust-system type (3,4) 24. Flow of electricity through circuit 25. Item absent