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Nicolet keeps autos rolling

Time was when the most important tools a professional auto mechanic had in his or her shop was a good set of wrenches, but not anymore. These days it’s a trusty diagnostic computer, which costs upwards of $10,000, if it’s a good one.

That’s according to Nicolet College Automotive Technician instructors who recently gave a presentation about the program to the Nicolet College Board of Trustees.

Tuesday, December 03, 2013 2:07 PM
 

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