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Car Mechanic & Technicians

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Training

At Northside Automotive it is mandatory that our mechanics and technicians regularly update their skills in vehicle diagnostics. These courses can be vehicle specific courses or can be dealing with vehicle operating systems such as:

  • ABS Systems
  • Engine Management Systems
  • Steering and Suspension
  • Advanced Diagnostics
  • Brake and Clutch
  • Computer Management
  • SRS Systems
  • Air Conditioning servicing

Our technicians attend regular training, provided by both our in house trainer and our suppliers, they are instructed not only in the theory required but must be able to demonstrate it’s practical application.

With this in mind we ensure our mechanics are competent in the use of the latest diagnostic equipment and procedures applicable to your vehicle.

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