It could be many things, but most likely it will deal with one of the sensors on the engine. As far as becoming a mechanic, it really matters where you live and if you work hourly or flat rate. We are actually not too far apart. I'm near Pittsburgh. Around here if you make in the mid 30's you're doing ok. If you are fast, flat rate is the way to go as long as there is work available. If a repair calls for 2 hours and you do it in one, you still get paid for 2, and you can jump right into the next job. At the end of an 8 hour day, you get paid for as many flat rate hours you completed. That is nice, but again, it needs to be in a place that is busy. Otherwise, you loose out.
Sunday, January 11th, 2009 AT 1:21 PM