Every auto shop has different rates, and the type of car changes the rates even more. The auto shop that I work at charges $32.95 for most oil changes. If you need a different grade of oil (5W20, 15W40, etc) the rate goes up. The cost of the filters can change for some vehicles. There isn't a set price for every shop.
"An auto mechanic" is correct, and "a auto mechanic" is not. "Auto" begins with a vowel - typically, these will be preceded by "an" rather than "a".
Yes, auto mechanics does have to finish schooling to be a licensed auto mechanic. You don't have to have schooling to work as a mechanic but if something goes wrong with someone's car then you would be liable like a licensed mechanic.
The way to change a rear wiper blade on a kai sedona would be to take the vehicle to an auto mechanic or an auto body shop and let them change the wiper blades on the vehicle.
enviroment for auto mechanic?
I would try portland community college in the area that offer auto mechanic classes so you can get your certification.
An auto mechanic is a mechanic which specializes in auto repair and repair focused on cars and motorized vehicles. I believe you are meaning a car mechanic also.
No, you do not have to be a boy to be an auto mechanic. Women can also become auto mechanics.
The answer would be an 'auto mechanic'.
Go to auto mechanic school for 4 years!
That's your check engine light. Take it to an auto parts store or mechanic and ask them to scan the codes to tell you what's wrong...auto parts will do it for free, mechanic will probably charge you.
training required for auto mechanic
We just moved to a new location. I am hearing some grinding noises when I brake. How would I go about finding an auto mechanic?
In Connecticut you need a license for the repair business but not for a mechanic. A certification would be to your benefit but not necessary.
An auto mechanic repairs cars. Usually the drive-train, brakes, and engine.
You would have to ask him/her
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As far as I understand, replacing a fuel pump is a difficult job. I would not change it myself, I would take it to the auto body shop to have it done. The mechanic usually do a better job unless you are a professional.
Yes. And, he can charge you storage and late payment fees on top of it.
No, but with the complex technical nature of today's auto mechanics a high school education would at least assist you in the necessary schooling required to be a competent mechanic.
That is the correct spelling of "mechanic" (auto repairman).
There are several companies that make custom tools for an auto mechanic. Manufacturers like CHAIN have large machines that can custom make auto mechanic tools.
Some credible and affordable auto mechanic schools may be found in your area, as well as online and one popular institute is Universal Technical Institute, and most Technical schools should offer classes in auto mechanic. If you visit http://www.directoryofschools.com/auto-mechanic-school.htm or http://www.automechanicschools.com/ you can search for a nearby auto mechanic school in your state.