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We all know a car has different systems working together in order to make an automobile function. Cooling system, electric system, etc. What would be the most crucial to learn?
Besides actually taking a car apart and putting it back together. I can't afford that. I want to attend a mechanic school/program in Los Angeles that is highly acclaimed...academically, but don't want to regret going there, such as Wyotech, UTI and other highly priced schools. I would most likely like to work on cars as a hobby and not a career.
I was thinking a MiVEC. Maybe a later Diamante model like Vr-x. The stock engine has 186,000+ miles on it. Would you suggest swapping or waiting until it completely fails or wears out? I get p0401 code and p0510.