What we're about
Upcoming events (3)
When you have some experience working on your car you may be ready to start modifying and tweaking your ride. Once you are ready to move to the big stuff you will need to learn how to use the big machines. In this class, we will cover the professional tools that require training. Used incorrectly many of these tools can cause injury or death. We will learn and practice using the diagnostic computer, the spring/strut compressor, the cutting torch, and the tire machine. After taking this class you will be ready to tackle advanced maintenance and mechanical projects.
Cars are so complicated these days with all the computers and electronics they use! Not to worry, in this class, we will show you how the electrical systems in your car work to make your machine run smoothly. We will talk about the importance of the battery and how to care for it. How the belt system from your engine drives the alternator to keep your battery powered. We will discuss troubleshooting and maintenance needs for these very important systems in your vehicle. We will also explore the fuse box and discuss how it is used as your first warning sign of trouble and how to use it as a diagnostic tool. $25
Buying a used car? Just like you would with a home, you will want to inspect it thoroughly so you will have a reasonable expectation of its condition and current value. In this class we will discuss an overview of common automobile components and demonstrate live how to perform several important safety checks. Students will gain hands-on experience learning how to check oil levels, tire pressure, and several important warning signs to watch for in order to keep their car in good running condition. This is a beginner level class. $25
Earn your Master in BadAssery by signing up for this class and others in the series. We will teach MBA classes on an ongoing basis so you can learn at your own pace. Pick up an MBA log book to track your progress. Once you complete your MBA you will earn 1 hour of free bay time!