Diesel Technician Job Questions & Answers

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Is there going to be diesel in fuel in 20 years?
3 answers - Asked By: Death C - 12/27/2008
I want to become a diesel technician but i want to work for a big company like caterpillar! how can i do this? and is it a good career??
5 answers - Asked By: Death C - 12/14/2008
I'm looking for a job for my bf
1 answers - Asked By: batty21 - 6/11/2008
Which has a better salary, better job security and and a more interesting job???
1 answers - Asked By: Telly - 9/17/2013
Which has a better salary, better job security
3 answers - Asked By: Telly - 9/17/2013
Here's a little background on my situation: I'm currently living in Minnesota, and I have a healthy interest in anything mechanical. I've done some small repairs and services on my vehicle, as well as...
3 answers - Asked By: Jack - 11/15/2013
I recently started Diesel technical training and i have a whole year but i am just curious as to what the average start time is for a tech or mechanic at large industries? I know different companies w...
1 answers - Asked By: ken - 7/11/2013
2 answers - Asked By: - 10/8/2009
I was looking into becoming a diesel mechanic..maybe CAT...but what is average salaries and requirements, work hours, etc
2 answers - Asked By: Cameron - 11/4/2012
Ive been doing it for over a year. It has had serious effects on my self esteem .I always have to dress like a slob so I dont attract attention from the guys (there are some hott ones,but I have a bo...
5 answers - Asked By: KissMyConverse - 1/7/2008
I want to be a diesel technician but was wondering if they made a good living? do they have a steady job?
3 answers - Asked By: Death C - 12/21/2008
Im looking into going to school for something. I love working with my hands and I love engines and fixing things. I ve heard this is a 2 year program, is this true? What should I be expecting when I'm...
3 answers - Asked By: Stevo - 9/11/2011
Hi, I was looking to join work in the trades and took a liking to becoming a "diesel Engine Technician" Now I do not even know much about any type of engine and I am not too handy, but I am a quick a...
2 answers - Asked By: Chris - 9/5/2011
Going to go to school soon and I'd like to know if one specialty generally makes more than the rest. What types are there...brakes, transmissions, powertrains, electrical? Which pays more, and which w...
1 answers - Asked By: Chris - 1/17/2009
So I'm signed up a community college for a diesel truck program, and I am very excited to enter into the field because I am for sure not one to sit in an office all day and stay clean, I want a job wh...
2 answers - Asked By: Jason - 9/25/2012
2 answers - Asked By: Raymond F - 9/7/2009
Hello. Next year I'm going to my local community college for their Diesel Truck technology program. Is this a good field to get into? I know there is alot of shortages around the country for technicia...
1 answers - Asked By: Jason - 1/10/2013
I am going to lincoln tech in IN to become a certified diesel technician next fall but i would like some advice or anything that would help me become one seance haven't had much experience working on...
2 answers - Asked By: Ryan G - 11/14/2009
What career plays more? diesel or auto mechanics w/o goin to collage more like straight out of high school
6 answers - Asked By: woohoo - 3/3/2009
1 answers - Asked By: canadiancountrygirl17 - 10/5/2012
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