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What does the TPMS light mean?

When the dreaded engine light or any light we don’t recognize comes on in your car, it can incite a feeling of panic. Fortunately, it’s not always a bad thing and later model cars are equipped with a variety of alert lights and sensors that can help prevent issues before they happen to your vehicle. Over the past two decades,

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Becoming a Commercial Truck Driver After Military

There are a number of career options that military personnel may choose to pursue after their service is complete. Commercial truck driving is particularly suitable for former service members for a variety of reasons. Surprising? Maybe. But consider a few parallels between the two and some of the benefits that military personnel bring to the commercial truck driving industry and

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Your Questions Answered at Our Financial Aid & Scholarship Workshop

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) can be tough to navigate! With everything else on your mind and so many decisions to make, we’re here to help you figure out your finances. Do you feel overwhelmed? Confused by the whole process or just don’t know where to begin? Relax! Join us on Saturday, October 27th from 10:00 a.m. until

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Nitrogen or Oxygen? And what is TPMS?

The wheels on the bus, (or your car for that matter) do not continue to go round and round without a little TLC from you or your local mechanic. After all, what is a vehicle without tires? Pretty much a useless pile of metal and rubber. So it’s important to perform regular tire pressure checks and tire rotations to ensure

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J-Tech Becoming an Automotive or Diesel Technician after the military

The US Military is a complex animal. Entrusted with the daunting task of keeping the nation safe at home and across the globe, the military universe is made up of men and women trained in a vast array of specialized fields. And while each member of the armed forces enters the military in a specific “billet” or specialty, training for

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How J-Tech Serves Military Veterans

The military is made up of much more than generals, soldiers and artillery. A multi-dimensional world that not only keeps our country safe, it’s a training ground for some of the best automotive, aircraft and diesel equipment mechanics the nation has to offer.  The truth is, no matter what field your military training was in while serving, employers recognize the

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Identifying Your AC Problem

In Florida the daily commute can be unbearable if your car’s AC suddenly stops working. If you own a car manufactured prior to 1995, this can be an even bigger problem thanks to the EPA’s regulation of ozone destroying refrigerants, making it more difficult to address issues related to recharging your car’s AC. It is also important to note that

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Open for Business

Hurricane Irma 2017 came in with a big introduction, and has left us reaching out to help those that have been set back from where they once were.  Late last week J-Tech, with forethought, and advance planning, was able to get all of our students through their final exams with time to prepare, or evacuate with respect to the oncoming

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