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Hey Kidd, looks like I have the same interests as you. I am a graduate of GM's ASEP (Automotive Service Educational Program). Spent two years in Junior college learning nothing but GM equipment. Diagnose and repair everyting bumper to bumper, except body work. Spent time at GM's Training center in Burbank CA, and then spent six years in a GM Dealership.

Now........ I am a Transmission System Operator for a Power Co. I work 4000 volts to 535,000 volts. Line work is a good job, but it depends if you want to work at a Transmission level (500kv to 115kv) or at a Distribution level (115kv to 120 volts). It is a labor intensive job, but it is a glory job. Just remember one thing before you consider line work...... you make the most money in the worst conditions..

95 4Runner..suzy stocker until tax return..............
 
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