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CJLap
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Sep 16, 2018, 10:25 AM

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Hey, I'm not sure if this is in the correct section or not, sorry if it isn't. I'm wondering if anyone has a link or can help me with how to isolate engine noise & vibrations and diag the noise / vibration. Working on my ASE Certification and have been looking stuff up but for some reason I'm not finding anything on this. Any help would be appreciated.


Hammer Time
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Sep 16, 2018, 10:28 AM

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That's how you pass your ASE's? Google?

There's only one answer that I know..............experience.



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Tom Greenleaf
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Sep 16, 2018, 3:47 PM

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? Same thoughts. IDK what rules for taking the original, first test(s) are today but you needed at least 2 years of working in the trade or 1 year if successfully graduated from an accredited "vocational" school counted as 1 year of experience. Yes, hands on time before taking tests or you can't take them for any of the mechanical anything they do now also have one for managing/service writer if you will.
Noises sure where discussed in school and tried to duplicate it on a real vehicle or find one with a problem show you and test it out yourself.
Sport, things you may do to vehicles are not trial and error you prove you can do it or I had to. Do you want medical Doctors getting Board Certified without years of doing it before on a live person? I think not realistic no matter how high tech things are for learning it's not doing it = experience as HT said,


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