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I started working at 18 fresh out of high school at a local amusement park called Scandia here in Southern California. The pay was $6.75/hr and it was enough for me to start buying things that kids that age want to waste their money on. I was there for almost two years before moving on to work at UPS as a trailer loader (they call them feeders). After that, I landed my first tech job at a small regional computer sales and repair shop called PC Club. That was in 2004 and I was there until mid 2006.

Since then, I've made some decisions that I now regret. Having made those decisions put me back in my overall career, but as they say, c'est la vie. I am now where I wish I was 3 years ago. Even though I am happy, I am always looking for better opportunities. In fact, just recently I was informed of a position opening at the court system that would net me a $4/hr raise from what I make now. I've already updated my resume and will hopefully be applying today or tomorrow for the position.

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Doing a head gasket on a Trailblazer. Waiting for parts.
I remember when this was a 20 hour job. Step 1 - Discharge the AC system.
No broken head bolts ?? I didn't read the TSB about shocking the bolts and ended up with half of the bolts broken in the block, had to drill and EZ-out. But they still break sometimes even if you shock them.
I don't see the special tool for the timing chain either .. I remember the GM techs were short cutting that one by tying it up to the hood to hold it in place. I didn't have the tool and had to drop the oil pan to unbolt the pickup from the timing cover. Not a fun job. Never heard of a head gasket needing replaced on the 4.2, usually it was the burnt exhaust valve and the whole head was replaced ( $1200 retail. ). GM didn't want them resurfaced on the early heads.
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I remember when this was a 20 hour job. Step 1 - Discharge the AC system.
No broken head bolts ?? I didn't read the TSB about shocking the bolts and ended up with half of the bolts broken in the block, had to drill and EZ-out. But they still break sometimes even if you shock them.
I don't see the special tool for the timing chain either .. I remember the GM techs were short cutting that one by tying it up to the hood to hold it in place. I didn't have the tool and had to drop the oil pan to unbolt the pickup from the timing cover. Not a fun job. Never heard of a head gasket needing replaced on the 4.2, usually it was the burnt exhaust valve and the whole head was replaced ( $1200 retail. ). GM didn't want them resurfaced on the early heads.
I sell a ton of the intake and exhaust cam actuators on those. Had a customer yesterday who said his wife just went 12k miles on an oil change and now the engine makes all kind of racket. If the oil pan isn't bone dry by now, I'd hate to see what kind of carnage has occurred.

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I sell a ton of the intake and exhaust cam actuators on those. Had a customer yesterday who said his wife just went 12k miles on an oil change and now the engine makes all kind of racket. If the oil pan isn't bone dry by now, I'd hate to see what kind of carnage has occurred.
The actuator is only on the Exhaust cam on the 4.6L I6.
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I remember when this was a 20 hour job. Step 1 - Discharge the AC system.
No broken head bolts ?? I didn't read the TSB about shocking the bolts and ended up with half of the bolts broken in the block, had to drill and EZ-out. But they still break sometimes even if you shock them.
I don't see the special tool for the timing chain either .. I remember the GM techs were short cutting that one by tying it up to the hood to hold it in place. I didn't have the tool and had to drop the oil pan to unbolt the pickup from the timing cover. Not a fun job. Never heard of a head gasket needing replaced on the 4.2, usually it was the burnt exhaust valve and the whole head was replaced ( $1200 retail. ). GM didn't want them resurfaced on the early heads.

Book gives 29 hrs. for head gasket.

Yup. Five broken head bolts.

Yes I too dropped the oil pan, and removed the timing cover to work with the timing chain. Also replacing the water pump.

The vehicle lost coolant from the lower radiator hose bursting open. The owner kept driving, and overheated the engine. Coolant was going into number 4 cylinder, which was easy to tell from a visual inspection of the head gasket. That, and a considerable amount of white smoke from the tail pipe when the vehicle first came in on a trailer, and I fired it up.

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I just made probation earlier this week and I just applied for a lateral move elsewhere in the county. For $4/hr more and hour, of course I'll do it! $4/hr = $693/mo = $8,320/yr raise. Best part is, it seems - based on the job description - that you are able to promote within two years if they see that you meet the qualifications for the next level up.

The downside is that I won't be on the 9-80 schedule anymore. I'll be back to working 5 days a week again.

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Book gives 29 hrs. for head gasket.

Yup. Five broken head bolts.

Yes I too dropped the oil pan, and removed the timing cover to work with the timing chain. Also replacing the water pump.

The vehicle lost coolant from the lower radiator hose bursting open. The owner kept driving, and overheated the engine. Coolant was going into number 4 cylinder, which was easy to tell from a visual inspection of the head gasket. That, and a considerable amount of white smoke from the tail pipe when the vehicle first came in on a trailer, and I fired it up.
That's almost a weeks worth of work. Yeah the GM techs I know were doing this in under 15 hours, bungee cording the timing chain to the hood was their trick.

I did this job on an Envoy with the misfire. Definitely a headache but pay wasn't bad. I was running my own shop at the time so I did labor x 20 hours over three days, parts came out around $2000 for the new head, one exhaust valve, labor to change the valves, head gasket kit, AC discharge and recharge, coolant, oil change .. so my labor + mark up on the parts minus the $100 camshaft tool I picked up .. I ended up pocketing around $1200. I almost bought the timing tool but it was about $300 at the time so that would have cut into my profits, but then I would have saved a few hours on the timing cover and I could have saved an hour if I read the TSB before breaking 7 head bolt I could have got that down.

After the misfire code went away and the truck ran great, the coolant code came up so new thermostat/housing, coolant = milking the cow.
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Remove, and renew the differential on a SRT 8. Another tech is doing this work. But, I thought I'd share with the forum when cool cars come around.













Wish I had something like these on my Thunderbird.




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2007 came in yesterday for a check engine light, and an oil change.













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This flash from the past came in for a tune-up.
Back from when cars were cars and men were men and there women were proud of it

Surprised someone there knows how to adjust a carb
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I hear ya.

Car has a 2V MotorCraft 2150 carb. Nine techs in all. Not a timing light in the bunch.

The acrylic top has three roof drive motors driving four lift jacks, four door-lock motors, ten solenoids, four locking mechanisms for the roof, and a total of 610 ft of wiring!

Owner says it works, but don't try it.

I'd say the car is worth 50k.

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Beautiful car; a real piece of history.

Thanks for sharing the pix.

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Beautiful car; a real piece of history.

Thanks for sharing the pix.


Thanks rushton, always liked the 57s!

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Those retracs were ahead of their time, not just the top but the big and awkwardly tall butt that plagues modern car design! This had a much better excuse though.

$50k actually sounds kinda low given the rarity of these, especially in that nice of condition.


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Yeah who'd have thought people would try changing that utopia... Now where's my Steak and cigarette sandwitch I ordered from the drive in???

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Doing a little search, maybe add another 20k to my estimate.

Thinking the car has a 312 motor... Not sure.

And thanks for the replies.

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Yeah who'd have thought people would try changing that utopia... Now where's my Steak and cigarette sandwitch I ordered from the drive in???
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A little work in progress one the techs has going. 1926 Ford Model T with a 302.














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As for me I work at Tad Coffin Performance Saddles. We build what may arguably be the best saddles in the world. I say that because veterinarians are using our saddles to diagnose lame horses. So far we have saved 3 horses that were scheduled to be put down because they couldn't be ridden. Today our saddles are being studied by the veterinarian school at the University of California Davis and Berkley. No one is sure how these saddles are generating the effects they are, not even us to be truthful, but at this time for $7000 you can try one for your horse. We can't keep up with the orders... That's my day job. Evenings and weekends I run a small internet antique and jewelry shop on Etsy.com under the shop name AntiquesNXS. Not real glamours but it keeps the wolves at bay.
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As for me I work at Tad Coffin Performance Saddles. We build what may arguably be the best saddles in the world. I say that because veterinarians are using our saddles to diagnose lame horses. So far we have saved 3 horses that were scheduled to be put down because they couldn't be ridden. Today our saddles are being studied by the veterinarian school at the University of California Davis and Berkley. No one is sure how these saddles are generating the effects they are, not even us to be truthful, but at this time for $7000 you can try one for your horse. We can't keep up with the orders... That's my day job. Evenings and weekends I run a small internet antique and jewelry shop on Etsy.com under the shop name AntiquesNXS. Not real glamours but it keeps the wolves at bay.

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Well I no longer work as security for a hotel, now I'm big business security dealing with government contractors. This security life is much better lol.

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Well I no longer work as security for a hotel, now I'm big business security dealing with government contractors. This security life is much better lol.
Congrats on the job change/promotion. Sounds like you found something closer to your original goal in the security field.
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