Re: Tech writer = office manager?
BTW, have you ever tried changing your own brake pads without the (tech writer prepared) shop manual for your
car? Brake pad companies *need* tech writers, whether they're hiring them or not. :)
Gene, it has been a long time since I took a brake apart; but my recollection is that the brake pads came in a box with a part number and not much else; the shop manual came from a publisher of shop manuals (Chilton IIRC) and covered all components of a given car. It did not come from the parts company.
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