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Ringing your car dealer in to set an appointment – and being told openings are two weeks out – hints at the problem.

Automotive education programs are more popular now than ever before.

One of the byproducts of burning fossil fuels is smog.

Whether you’re a seasoned pro, years into your automotive technician career, or just starting out on the path – perhaps even still in auto mechanic school, there’s one thing you can’t do without – a good set of tools.

A big part of landing well-paying automotive technician jobs is mastery over the essential tools of your trade.

Since 1986, ALLDATA has been making automotive technician jobs simpler thanks to their suite of powerful platforms and resources.

For most automotive technician jobs these days, you’ll have a much easier time keeping customers happy if you use Mitchel ProDemand.

No matter what kinds of automotive technician jobs you tend to work, it takes the right power tools to do them correctly.

While there are all different kinds of automotive technician jobs throughout the industry, every mechanic needs a handful of power tools to do their job.

Trying to diagnose the precise cause of an inoperative air conditioning system can be frustrating and very time consuming for most mechanics.

The requirements for landing automotive technician jobs have changed a lot over the years.

If you’re like a lot of mechanics, you’re almost always thinking about your job prospects.

As technology improves, automotive manufacturers strive to make things easier and more efficient when it comes to the operation of their vehicles.

Ask most mechanics what causes most skinned or burned knuckles, and they'll most likely say it was due to those hard-to-reach hose clamps.

The sensors that monitor fuel, electronic, and mechanic components that power today's modern vehicles are leading candidates for most problems that stimulate a phone call from a customer to an ASE certified mechanic.

One of the most difficult problems to identify when diagnosing an overheating situation is air bubbles that are trapped in the coolant system.

When you’re fresh out of auto mechanic training and looking for your first automotive technician job, you’ll no doubt be looking to start building your tool supply.

Every technician knows that tools are their single biggest investment…and a comprehensive set of pro tools goes far beyond the basics of a good set of wrenches, screwdrivers, and sockets.

Of course a professional mechanic needs a lot of tools, and they need to be tools he or she can depend on – tools that won’t break or fail in the middle of a job.