Monthly Archives: March 2016

Chapter 2: Honda

Yesterday I began a new job at a Honda dealership. Now more of my posts will probably feature Hondas, though there are still stories I have from working at the Toyota dealer. Advertisements

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Excessive Tool Packaging

Before I got my job at the Toyota dealership, I ordered tools and had them shipped to me, because I couldn’t just get them from the salesman that comes the shop by every week. Now I understand that you can … Continue reading

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Evolution of My Toolbox

It’s interesting to look back at older pictures of my toolbox. Over the two and a half years I’ve been buying tools, I’ve gotten a lot.

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Worn-out Floor Mats

I have no idea how you can wear through the floor mats of you car, but some people manage to.

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6 Tools I Didn’t Know I’d Need

When I first started automotive school, I really didn’t know anything about tools. The school provided a list of tools I’d need, and I just had the Snap-On guy order it all for me. If I had known more about … Continue reading

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A Friday Morning Nightmare

Usually Fridays are the day you look forward to, if you don’t work on Saturdays. But when working as a mechanic, you never really know what you’re going to get, or what mistake you’re going to make that’ll make you … Continue reading

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Supercharged Toyota Tundra

It was one of those things that everybody in the shop has to go take a look at at some point. One of the shop’s master technicians was installing a Toyota Racing Development supercharger kit on a brand new Tundra … Continue reading

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