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Review by Regina P.2 years ago
Somehow, my first (father's '96 Dodge Ram) car didn't have an OBD2 scanner in it. And that's actually my reason. With 120,000 miles, I've got to know how to get rid of that. I'm not sure what the problem is. I had some bad experience at that time.
Still, I made it. I was exposed to the sphere. We have been able to efficiently and rapidly as possible. I wondered what was wrong with a car. Also, I was a junior mechanics and beginners.
As I have already mentioned, the job is a real challenge sometimes. Especially when you are responsible for your staff. Being a car enthusiast is not enough. The field, in general, is rapidly changing in all areas. And I can't say that I'm not for the customers.
If you're trying to find out what to do, then you'll have At the moment, train for a wide range of vehicles, including Audi, BMW, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, GM, Honda, Land Rover, Nissan, Porsche, Toyota , Volkswagen.
There is a need to ensure that the equipment has been cleaned. Explain and explain the problem. Provide information about faults and diagnosis.
Engine / engine / transmission systems, engine / transmission systems, engine / transmission systems Certified in brakes, front end steering.
Safety guidelines are followed during vehicle repairs.
Provide motivation and superior leadership to junior mechanics and apprentices.
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