Join Date: Dec 2008
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Here are my answers and you can used which ever ones you want
1. I grew up on a farm in central Illinois and was around diesels all the time. When my family got out of farming working on diesel trucks was the next best thing
2. About 10 years
3. Community College, degrees in Agricultural Mechanics and Automotive Technology
4. The Ford dealer that I work for sends us to training through the year for updates and new model training. (Next one will be on the 6.4)
5. There are some dangers, moving parts while engines are running, vehicles over your head on the hoist, different chemicals.
6. Yes I think it is easy. There is a great demand for good diesel tech's
8. You have to be able to learn new technology and stay up to date on new products to make your self a better tech. You can never quit learning in this field.
9. The last difficult job I had was replacing an engine in a class A motorhome. It was very time consuming.
10. I do like the challenge of diagnosing problems and seeing the end result when they are fixed.
I do not like standing on concrete all day.
06 F-350 Crewcab 5.9 CR
03 Excursion 6.0
99 F-250 7.3
97 Dodge 3500 5.9
95 F-250 7.3