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In Case You Leave Auto Repair To A Professional Mechanic? Every car fails


at some time, and that's a fact! With that said ,, some cars are very likely to malfunctioning as opposed to others, of course, if you're within a tough situation, you might be left to wonder: do i need to attempt a DIY auto repair or work with a mechanic? An oil change is a superb demonstration of something also a novice driver could do, but if you have problems beyond that, receiving a car mechanic to complete the repairs could be a wise decision and here's why: Experience You might have absolutely no idea what you're doing and you can actually wind up making things worse. Even if you think that you're a DIY savvy person, you could wind up causing other places of the car to malfunction. Along with, you simply have no idea what's actually wrong together with your vehicle, if you do not bring it apart and hope with your might you may put it together again again. A car mechanic has become doing this for several years and he can simply diagnose and repair any difficulty your car can be facing. Right Tools You will need the correct tools plus a decent workspace to get started on concentrating on auto repair. Except if you happen to have a whole garage with equipment and tools committed to this task, you need to purchase the required tools to correct your car or truck. Of course, without prior experience coping with car repair, you might not know what you should purchase, along with, you may never begin using these tools again. Hiring a professional car mechanic can eliminate the need for anyone to invest money into equipment and tools you're unlikely to utilize again while he will currently have everything available. Speedy Repairs Should you simply have one household car you need to use to access work with time, you must make sure that your particular car is fixed without delay. Obviously, when you attempt a DIY repair, things may go wrong, and even whenever they don't, it may take you a lot additional time to acquire your automobile running than should you employ a mechanic. You may have your car out of commission for a couple of days when taking it to some mechanic, but it really sure beats not being able to go to work! Cut Costs Perhaps one of the most compelling reasons to drop your vehicle off for repair at the mechanic's is to economize. You won't must invest money into tools, equipment, and auto parts you may never need. Not to mention, while your car has run out of commission, you may have to rent an auto or go ahead and take bus-- costing you even more money! Employing a mechanic for auto repair could save you in the long haul, specifically if you take into account that employment well done can prolong the life span of your vehicle. The very next time your vehicle provides you with trouble, why not stop in a car mechanic's?





FAQ's Auto Repair

How Much Do Auto Mechanics Get Payed?
Thats What Im Thinking About Doing When I Get Older

It all depends on your experience and where you decide to work. most beginning mechanics make about $14 an hour at a dealership, and that is if you are qualified and licensed. After you have gained more experience i would say you could top out at $25 an hour. Not to bad if it is what you like to do, but every mechanic i have talked to about it say they hat their job. Too many people complaining, expensive tools, loosing money on jobs they do. If you didnt know already mechanics get paid by the job. When you get a quote to fix your car, the mechanic is being payed the reccommended hours it take to do such a repair, but sometimes it can take much longer than the book says it should due to un for seen problems, especially if its an older car. On top of that, if they break something while trying to fix one problem, they dont get paid to fix what they broke. So I would say it pays good, until you figure in the expense of tools, loosing money on jobs, etc.
The tool aspect is outragous. There is one guy at our dealer ship that told me he has over $50,000 in his tool box at work, and double that at home. that is alot of money. Even if you like it now, dont expect to later. Every mechanic will tell you not to do it, i was wondering the same as you so i decided to ask around at the dealer i work at and they said dont do it. Not worth what you get paid.

97 Ford Contour Overheated Now Having Trouble Starting?
Maybe Got Some Bad Gas Dont Know For Sure

If it overheated, it's not because of bad gas. If it overheated what may have happened is that the head or heads have warped, and there's little to no compression or possibly coolant has leaked into the cylinder bores. No way you're going to get ignition if that's the case.

Automotive Technician And Mechanic???
Whats The Difference Between An Automative Technician And A Car Mechanic Or Somesone That Knows How Cars Work. ????

I have always felt that a Mechanic could repair something after diagnosing the malfunction by using his eyes, ears and years of experience using a hammer, screwdriver and a pair of pliers.

A "technician" is someone who relies on the on-board computers to supply him with a code. Once he has the code, he goes to his laptop and starts at the top of the list under that code and heads for the parts department and orders the part. Part in hand, he goes back to his "work station", opens his refrigerator sized tool box that contains a "Fort Knox" worth of trinkets and doo-dads and proceeds to use a $150.00 gold plated, anniversary edition #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove the questionable part and replace it with the new one. Then he goes back to the computer to see if the code cleared and if not, he starts the whole process over again. Glorified "parts changers"

Sorry if I stepped on any toes.... (not really) :-}

Please Help Engine Smokes.?
Ok So My Power Steering Pump Went Out A While Back And I Was Driving Without Power Steering For About Two To Three Weeks. Then My Pully For The Power Steering Broke Going Down The Road Wich Made My Belt Come Off Stopping The Fan And What Not So I Made It Home And Turned The Truck Off. After, I Heard Boiling And Kind Of A Hissing Sound From The Engine Compartment. I Replaced The Power Steering Pump, Rezavor, And Pully It Was Running Fine For A Few Weeks Then The Smoking Started! It Doesn'T Smoke While Driving As Far As I'M Conserned But When I Turn The Truck Off It Smokes From The Engine. It'S White Smoke And It Doesnt Smell Like Burning Oil. Then Just Yesterday I Turned It Off Again And I Heard A Sound Like Some One Drinking From A Straw Hit The Bottom Of A Drink And When I Got Out I Saw Oil On The Ground Dark Oil And What Looks Like New Oil. I Checked The Dip Stick And It Was A Quart And A Half Low And Verry Little Smoke Was Coming From The Dip Stick Hole. I Don'T If Its The Back Main Seal Or Cracked Head/ Block? I Leaked Kinda Towards Where The Transmission Meets The Motor. P.S. It'S A 1987 Ford Bronco Eddie Baur 4X4, 5.0 302. Worst Case Scenario Or Any Possibilities Thanks For The Help

A few bits of info to start with. The oil dipstick was not marked correctly from the manufacturer from day one. Second, a main seal is usually a heavy leak. If it is leaking between the engine and trans, that can be a complex issue. If it was a rear main seal, it should be a heavy leak. The leak may be from the back of the heads also or at the valve cover gaskets. Finding the true source of the leak is the tricky part. A trip through the car wash to clean it all up and then. Leak detecting die in the oil may help pinpoint the issue. Even the oil pressure sensor could be at fault here and a simple solution.

Closeby Belmont Auto Repair Locations?
Looking For Any Auto Repair Locations Near The San Carlos & Belmont Area. Interested In Restoring My '77 Sl.

A good auto body shop in San Carlos is eurotech. I have only had auto body work done but I know their auto repair labor rates are really good. Last time I went they gave me a free estimate, http://www.eurotechco.com was their website it has some coupons I used as well (chip repair).

Car Has A Slight Miss And Blue Smoke Coming From Exhaust?
I Just Purchased This Vehicle Yesterday. It Had No Issues Smoking Yesterday But It Did Had A Thermostat That Was Bad. I Replaced The Thermostat Today, Started It Up And It Seems The Vehicle Has A Slight Miss While Idling Then Clears Up After Getting On The Throttle. But Once I Get On The Throttle Blue Smoke Pours Out Of The Back Of The Exhaust. The Check Engine Light Is Not On (And It Does Work). The Car Is A 86 Toyota Supra With A 3.0 Inline 6. Miles On It Is 140K. So Far I Have Done Nothing To This Vehicle Except Change The Thermostat, So I Have No Idea When It Last Had A Tuneup Or If There May Possibly Even Just Be Bad Gas In It. The Car Looked Like It Has Sat For A Little While Before I Bought It. If Anyone Has Any Ideas Or Suggestions On What To Look For, Let Me Know.

Blue smoke means the car is burning oil. Some reasons that could cause oil to go into the combustion chamber would be:

Leaky valve seals
Worn oil ring
blown head gasket

If you're also seeing white smoke, then it could be the head gasket.

It sounds as if it could be the oil rings since it gets worse when you throttle. Valve seal leaks usually show up more after start up.

Not sure if those year Supras came turbocharged, but if yours is, it's possible that the turbo could be leaking oil and gets burned in the exhaust.