The master technicians on the Identifix Repair Hotline have stood in your shoes with an average of 15 years of automotive experience. Click on any of our Carline Specialists below to learn more about their background and specific areas of expertise.

Virtual Tech Technical Carline Operations

Taking after his grandfather who loved cars, Adam also grew up with the same interest in cars. He started working on his own cars when he turned 16 and kept that up through high school. Adam became a mechanic’s helper at a local service station in Maryland when he was 21 and went to Lincoln Tech at night studying automotive technology. Upon completion, he went to work for a local tire, brake, and exhaust shop where he worked for 4 years. Adam worked in several dealerships of different manufacturers on the East Coast, then moved to Minnesota in 2005 and started working at Burnsville Volkswagen in Burnsville, MN. He started at Identifix in 2011 as a European Carline Specialist, became European Team Lead several years later, and managed Tony Aquila’s personal auto repair shop for some months. Adam is currently Production Manager of the Technical Carline Operations; he is ASE Master L1, Certified Acura, Certified Nissan, Certified VW. When away from work, he enjoys fishing with his two sons, motorcycling, and music.

General Motors: Chevy, Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile and GMC Truck

Mark started in the car business before he could legally drive, working at a full-service gas station and repair business in a small farming community. He attended post high school education for the automotive trade and a specialized automotive program concentrating on drivability and electrical. He continued working at independent repair facilities through school and then went on to spend 12 years at a Chevrolet light duty/GMC medium duty dealership. Mark has numerous Chevrolet certifications, has been ASE certified for more than 25 years, and is master certified with L1 and R-134 refrigeration, and also is Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) certified.
Bill’s interest in mechanical things began growing up on their farm, where he learned to fix farm machinery. And because teenagers need wheels, he fixed his own cars. Bill attended Vocational Technical college in the Pine City, MN area and worked at GM dealerships after graduation for about 8 years until he was hired at Identifix in its early years, when it was still Autoline Telediagnosis. He has been helping customers here since 1990!
Bill's automotive diagnostic experience began in 1985 at a Buick dealership. He is a certified ASE Master and L1 technician with 33 years of diagnostic experience. Bill has 13 years of Buick experience and is a certified Buick Service Master Tech. Outside of work, he enjoys outdoor activities: camping, hiking, canoeing and kayaking. He also enjoys traveling and visiting new places. Closer to home, Bill likes to cruise around in his 1968 Camaro convertible, weather permitting.
Chris went through the GM ASEP program at Dakota County Technical College where he graduated top student in the class. He earned his AAS degree by taking general education classes at Inver Hills Community college. He then interned and worked at a Pontiac/GMC dealership for a few years and then moved on to work at two independent shops before coming to Identifix. Chris is certified ASE Master and L1. In his spare time Chris likes to restore and work on 60’s and 70’s Muscle cars. He has restored a 67 Camaro SS that he modified with a supercharger and a fuel injection system. He enjoys cruising and taking the Camaro out to car shows on the weekends when time allows.
In 1972, Jim started his automotive career. He spent 17 years at Goodyear as a driveability technician and service manager. He has earned the ASE Master Tech of the Year Award. Jim is a member of the Service Technicians Society and teaches the Third-Year Automotive Program at a Minnesota technical college. He is certified ASE Master and L1.
After studying automotive and electronics technologies for a year in high school, John went on to earn a 2-year Automotive Technician degree, with an additional 1-year Automotive Diagnostic Technician post-secondary certificate. He worked in the aftermarket, as well as in dealerships for many years. While at an Oldsmobile/GMC dealership, he worked as a light line technician specializing in electrical and drivability work, HVAC and other light duty repairs. During his time at Saturn, John was responsible for working on all aspects of automotive repair but specialized in diagnostic work, electrical repair, drivability, automatic transmission diagnostics, and internal engine failure diagnosis and repair. He has obtained numerous certifications, including ASE Master Certified Technician A1-A8, L1 Auto Advanced Engine Performance Specialist, and L3 Light Duty Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Specialist. He is an ASE Master Technician for both Oldsmobile and GMC, and a fully trained technician for Saturn as well. John is also a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International.
Les always enjoyed mechanical things while growing up and spent two years of high school in Industrial Arts, which included a year of both mechanical work and autobody. He bought his first car from one of his instructors, a 1968 Chevy Camaro with a 327 two speed automatic transmission. He continued his automotive training in Brainerd, MN, graduating from Brainerd Area Vo-Tech Institute. Les worked for 10 years in GM dealerships, earning service awards from Buick, Chevrolet, and Pontiac. He is an ASE Master Technician and L1 Certified, and still likes working on cars. Other hobbies include restoring antique furniture, and serving as a volunteer Lay Pastor (whose many duties include teaching adults and young people, and making home and hospital visits) in his church in Brooklyn Park, MN.
Ralph started his automotive career in 1981. His education includes Pine Technical College, Alexandria Technical College, and an AA degree from Inver Hills Community College in Minnesota. Ralph first spent two summers as an apprentice at a state park, where they worked on everything from a weed whip to a road grader. After his 2 year tech school completion, he worked at a Chevrolet dealership for a short time, then moved on to a Chev/Pontiac/Buick dealership and later, on to a large Chevrolet dealership that allowed him to specialize in drivability, electrical and HVAC. His dealership experience includes Buick, Chevrolet, and Pontiac. He holds GM training certifications in ABS/Brakes, AWD/4WD, Body Controls, Climate Control, Diesel Driveability, Electrical/Electronics, Fuel Systems, Ignition Systems, and Transmissions. Ralph is certified ASE Master and L1. He has 24 years of GM diagnostic experience and has been active as an automotive instructor for 26 years.
Rolf’s automotive career began in 1985. He graduated from Dunwoody Institute in the top 10% of his class, and was asked to serve on the Dunwoody Automotive Advisory Board after graduation. Rolf spent 22 years employed in Cadillac and Pontiac dealerships with electrical and drivability diagnostics as his specialty. His credentials include GM factory training certifications, as well as numerous GM Service Guild and Cadillac Craftsman League awards. He also holds ASE Master and L1 certifications. Outside of work, Rolf has served on the board of directors at his church and is currently their men’s ministry leader. In his spare time, Rolf enjoys tennis, bicycling, reading, playing the trumpet, and traveling with his family.

Ford: Ford, Lincoln and Mercury

Terry attended Pine Technical College. After graduation, he started working at Tousley Ford, one of the largest Ford dealers in Minnesota, and remained there for many years until starting at Identifix in May of 2008. Terry is a Ford Senior Master Technician and ASE Master and L1 Certified. Terry worked with Ford on their Quality One and Tech Review Boards, and also on their 6.0l PowerStroke quality improvement program.
Dan completed his Automotive Technician AAS Degree at St. Cloud Technical College in 2009. After graduation, he started working at a local Twin Cities independent repair shop where he learned most of the knowledge that he carries with him today. Dan was also the Shop Foreman and Lead Technician at a repair shop for 6 years before he started at Identifix. Dan has helped write content for automotive websites and helped create a custom vehicle inspection app for repair shops to use when inspecting cars that come into their shops. He is an ASE Master Technician and L1 Certified, and came to Identifix in June of 2017. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, biking, skateboarding, snowboarding and just about any outdoors sports.
While studying Automotive Technology at Pine Technical College in Minnesota for 2 years, Karl worked at an independent shop. After graduation, he started working at a Ford dealer in a small town in Minnesota. Being a small dealer, Karl was required to work on all areas of the vehicles from bumper to bumper. He also worked on all sizes of vehicles from sub-compact cars to large utility trucks with gas and diesel engines. Karl completed numerous training classes in all areas of Ford vehicles during this time. After working at the dealer for almost 20 years, he was sought out by Identifix and has been helping our Ford customers ever since.
Paul spent several years working for Ford dealerships after graduating from tech school. He was also a technical writer for an automotive service equipment manufacturer between employment campaigns with Identifix. Paul is Ford EEC certified and ASE Master and L1 certified.
After high school, Philip started a job at a local oil change store and learned that there was a lot more to vehicles than he knew! He began attending Anoka-Hennepin technical college, and while at school learned that there was even more to vehicles than just maintenance. During school, Philip moved to Minor Ford, where he finished tech school and started Ford training. After 2 years there, he moved across town to Metropolitan Ford and finished Ford training. Philip also obtained Senior Master certification and maintained it for 13 years. He worked his way up from apprentice mechanic to Shop Foreman in 2014 and was chosen for the 2017-2018 Ford Motor Company Technician Review Panel. He enjoyed a trip to Dearborn and many meetings about what technicians needed from manufacturers. Philip found Identifix in the spring of 2018. After work, he enjoys riding his motorcycle across the country and his 4-wheeler through the woods.
Tim started working at Tousley Ford in MN, and after graduating from Technical College, worked as a mechanic performing pre-delivery inspections and add on accessories. In 1999, he started working in the main shop as a technician and was Ford certified in brakes, A/C, motor repair, suspension and electrical. A decade later, Tim began quality control at Tousley Ford and was responsible for verifying vehicles were repaired properly before returning them to the customer. He worked in this role until 2016, when he became a service writer for Superior Ford for 6 months, before being recruited to work at Identifix in 2017. He enjoys hunting and gardening when not busy with work.

Chrysler: Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Plymouth and Mitsubishi

Keith graduated from Century College in White Bear Lake, MN with a degree in Automotive Service Technology. He worked in automotive dealerships for 20 years, then took a position as shop foreman for an independent repair shop until 2007, except for a break for a few years when he was an Associate Pastor at a local church. Keith is ASE certified in A/C Recovery and Recycling, Certified Master Technician and L 1 with over 45 years of experience. He also has a BA degree in Theology and is a licensed Minister. Keith and his wife have been married for over 41 years and have two daughters and two grandchildren. Keith and his wife love spending time with their girls and their grandchildren. They also like to tour our area and take long trips on their motorcycle.
Arlen began working on cars when he was 14 years old. He attended Willmar Area Vocation Technical Institute, and began his dealership experience while in school. He has worked in Ford, GM and Chrysler dealerships where he gained both heavy line and diagnostic experience. After turning 30 while still working full time, he attended college at Southwest State in Marshall, MN and then MSU Mankato and studied mechanical engineering. Arlen began working at Identifix in 1997. He is an ASE certified master technician and L1 certified. His hobbies include hunting, fishing and riding motorcycle. He is married and he and his wife have two grown children.
Dave started his automotive career while in high school working at parts stores and taking classes at Hennepin Tech in Eden Prairie, MN. In 1995, Dave started working at an engine rebuilding machine shop initially as an engine disassembler before moving to an engine builder position. Dave worked for Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep dealers for 14 years as a level 4 certified Chrysler tech until coming to Identifix in 2012. Dave is ASE certified in A/C Recovery and Recycling, Certified Master Technician and L1 Certified. In his spare time, Dave enjoys spending time with his wife and son, relaxing watching movies and grilling on the weekends. He also looks forward to spending time with his daughter, son in-law and 3 grandkids.
Jeremy attended Dunwoody Institute and graduated in 1993 with a degree in auto collision repair. He started in the automotive industry in the mid 90’s as a general service tech at a locally owned independent shop in Shoreview, eventually working his way up to a night tech position. Jeremy spent a couple of years with the City of Maplewood in the fleet maintenance department repairing just about anything that had wheels. He then spent 19 years working in an independent repair shop, and Goodyear franchises as an Automotive Technician. He has spent many hours over the years in the classroom keeping up to date in new technologies and diagnostic strategies. When Jeremy’s not working, he enjoys getting the boat wet, whether it’s fishing, cruising a local lake, or tubing with the family.
Michael began his automotive career in 1979. His experience includes Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Porsche, and Saab. Michael is certified ASE Master. Michael has been working as a technician on Chrysler products for 32 years, but he's also worked on VW, Porsche, and SAAB with a few years of dealership experience. He's also worked at several independent establishments on just about anything that got dropped at the door. Mike was hired by Identifix in 2000, and has a total of thirty-eight years' experience.
Steve began his automotive journey at a young age helping his father tinker on the family’s 1972 Oldsmobile 442. His passion continued throughout high school by making performance modifications on street cars. Steve’s quest for knowledge continued at Hennepin Technical College in Brooklyn Park, MN, where he graduated with an A.A.S. degree in Automotive Technology. He was nominated by his instructors to participate in the VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) skills competition. Steve’s professional automotive career began in 1997. His experience includes working as a technician at an independent repair shop specializing in drivability and electronic systems. Identifix hired Steve as a Chrysler technician in 2008. Steve keeps himself extremely busy on the nights and weekends; he flies high powered model rockets, plays in competitive adult hockey and racquetball leagues, enjoys recreational boating, and cheering on the Minnesota Wild and Golden Gopher sports teams.

Asian: Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Mazda, Acura

Eric's first experience working on cars was when he purchased his 1970 model Dodge Charger. After graduation, he went to Texas State Technical College in Waco, Texas, earning a certificate in Automotive Technology. Waco Auto Imports then hired him full time to work on Isuzu, Mazda, Subaru, Suzuki, and Daihatsu. Eric later worked at an Isuzu dealer in the big city of Dallas, then gave up big city life and moved back home to Tyler, Texas for 6 years to work. While at Crown Auto, he worked on Isuzu, Subaru, VW, and Kia. He also received his ASE Master Certification, and became an Isuzu and Subaru factory trained technician. In 1999, Eric began work at White Bear Acura, Isuzu and Subaru, in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, where he earned his L1 certificate. A month later, the family pulled up their Texas roots and moved everyone to Minnesota. He has been with Identifix since 2005. Outside of work, Eric enjoys exercising at the local Farrell’s where he instructs classes in the morning, riding 4 wheelers and camping with wife.
Brad started his automotive experience in 1985, which includes working for Dodge, Jeep, and Toyota dealerships. He spent a year at Tires Plus when going through college, working for Chrysler for one year, and Toyota for 11 years. Brad serves on the Dunwoody Institute Advisory Committee. He also teaches Third-Year Advanced Driveability, and ABS and SRS classes at St. Cloud Technical College as well as teaching independently for the MSSA, ASA, Dyno club and at technical colleges around the state, and Brad has held seminars at SEMA on Toyota systems. Brad is certified ASE Master and L1. He was team leader at the last Toyota dealership he worked at and at Identifix for 10 years, and is also a Toyota pro technician. Brad has numerous certificates from extended learning and independent training seminars. He has been doing Martial Arts for 25 years, he also races Motocross, mountain bikes and loves to drag race his 1969 Camaro.
James grew up in the country where something always needed to be repaired. His Dad could repair just about anything and at a young age James followed him around watching and “helping.” This led to an interest in anything mechanical. Just to keep James busy, his Dad would give him things to take apart, even in grade school. After graduating from Rocori High School in Cold Spring, Minnesota, he attended St. Cloud Technical College. After graduation, James started working at a multi-line dealership as a full line service tech. There, he worked on GM, Nissan and Hyundai, eventually earning his ASE Master and advanced L1 certification in addition to his Nissan Master certification. He loves to spend time with his wife and three kids. Fishing, riding ATVs, and working in the garage take up most of his free time.
Joe has always been interested in figuring out what makes things work, he loved taking things apart and putting them back together again. This translated nicely into working on cars, so he decided to go to school at Hennepin Technical College in the Automotive program. Joe worked in the aftermarket for 5 years, then worked at a Honda dealer for 5 years as a journeyman technician. He is a Master Certified Honda Technician, ASE Master Certified, as well as having ASE L1 certification. He also has SAE accredited certification in Advanced HEV Diagnostics. Joe came to Identifix through someone at his work that he thought was “another technician looking for help”, but little did he know he was actually hunting for an Identifix Hotline Tech! When he’s not at Identifix, he keeps busy taking care of his lovely family.
Paul started his career in the automotive industry in 1981 working in various automotive shops. After graduating from Hennepin Technical Centers, he was honored by NIASE for highest testing score. In early 1988 he accepted a job with a local Toyota dealer where he worked for almost 20 years as Team Leader while gaining extensive knowledge of Toyota and Asian diagnostics and repairs. He obtained Master Diagnostic Technician status, as well as Hybrid Vehicle Certification and holds the accreditation of AASE Certification – Master Technician (A1-A8 and L1). Paul often assisted Toyota Field Service Engineers with diagnosis of new vehicle issues and was recruited by Dunwoody Technical College to teach specialized Toyota courses in Automotive Transmission Diagnosis and Advanced Drivability Diagnostics. Outside of work Paul enjoys hiking with his Golden Retriever Jessie, feeding the deer and pheasants on his 5 acres, woodworking and building specialized tools.
Paul enjoyed working on cars in high school, but decided to go to Gustavus Adolphus College for two years before choosing to make automotive repair a career. Paul attended Dunwoody Technical Institute for his automotive education. He began working on cars professionally while attending Dunwoody – first at an independent garage and then as a fleet technician. After graduating from Dunwoody, his career began at another independent shop for a short time before going to work at a Datsun dealership. A back injury ended his hands-on automotive career, and he then spent a short time as a service writer before an opportunity came along to work for Identifix in 1989. He is a certified Nissan Master Technician and ASE Master and L1. Paul has also done some automotive teaching at night at a local technical college as part of their education extension program, and he enjoys spending time with his family, going to church, fishing, and attending plays.
Bob worked at an independent repair facility while attending Century College. After graduating with a degree in Automotive Technology in 1989, he began working at a Hyundai, Nissan, Subaru dealer specializing in Hyundai. Bob remained at that dealership for 10 years before moving on to a Hyundai and Dodge dealership, where he stayed for 9 years before joining Identifix. Bob is a certified Platinum Hyundai technician, as well as an ASE Master and L1 technician. Outside of work Bob enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, snowmobiling, motorcycling and cruising around in his old Chevy truck.
Todd started his automotive career in 1984. He has progressed from a technician at a Tune-up Specialty shop, to a Cadillac journeyman, to a Sr. Master Subaru technician. Along the way he has acquired his ASE Master, L1, Alternative Fuels and Medium/Heavy Truck Technician certifications. He is also an ASA AMI Accredited Automotive Manager, performs technical training and writes articles for automotive trade magazines. Todd is also the founding member of, a Subaru based enthusiast club with over 500 members.
Wayne became interested in working on cars while in high school, so he enrolled in the automotive program in his hometown of Dickinson, ND. After completing tech school through ND State College of Science, he began his career at a Honda/Mazda dealership, which also acquired a Toyota franchise during Wayne’s 15-year tenure with them. Wayne has been at Identifix since 2000. His education also includes many factory training classes for Honda, Mazda, and Toyota vehicles; Wayne is an ASE Master Technician, and holds ASE Alternate Fuel Technician certificates. He spends his time outside of work with his 3 granddaughters, and enjoys golfing when he’s not with family.

European: Volkswagon, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar

Brian began his automotive career in 1994 by attending the Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis, MN. At that time, he also started working at various automotive independent repair centers. After graduation, he went to work for a Ford/Lincoln/Mercury dealership for 5 years, and then moved to a Mercedes Benz dealership for 6 1/2 years. Brian has been part of the European team at Identifix since 2008. His qualifications include Mercedes Benz Master Certified Technician, ASE Master, and is an ASE L1 Certified Technician. Brian likes to go snowmobiling, ice fishing, and hunting. Over the summer months he enjoys camping with his wife and two daughters.
Chris became interested in cars when he was about 8 years old; his brother who was drag racing had him replace a transmission modulator valve on a drag racing car (a 1964 Chevrolet SS)! Chris graduated from Des Moines Tech and Diesel, and his first professional tech job was at Lambert’s Imports working on BMW, Saab, and Fiat, also in Des Moines. His career has also included work on heavy diesel and gas equipment. He has many certifications, including: ASE certified L1 Master Technician, Hybrid certification, and some SAE certifications. He has extensive training from Bosch and has been to BMW factory training where he became a certified BMW Technician. Chris has taken supplemental classes and training through UTI as well. A simple phone call from Identifix brought Chris to his team. He had been familiar with Identifix for a long time, and the prospect of helping many other technicians diagnose and fix vehicles was appealing. He knew his experience as a shop foreman would come in handy. Chris’ interests outside of work include racing, technology, and electronics. He races both cars and motorcycles professionally (and has for 14 years). He has also been a crew chief for SECCA and IIRA and IMSA racing associations.
Even at an early age, Danny liked taking things apart to figure out how they worked. Since his parents’ cars didn’t break down very often, helping friends out during their beginning years of driving was a big deal to him. His technical education took place at Universal Technical Institute in Illinois, where he graduated from the Volkswagen program with an emphasis on automotive diesel industrial. Danny worked at Burnsville Volkswagen for 10 years and earned his factory trained certification (he is also current with his ASE certification), then moved to take a position as an engineering tech/service technician in Alabama. He missed the north country though, and returned home to work for a year at Burnsville Volkswagen again before being sought out by Identifix in 2015. Danny just bought a kayak this year and likes to fish for bass every chance he gets.
James began to learn the trade during high school in the 1960s when he had the opportunity to work in a repair shop part-time fixing Volkswagens. The small, independent shop environment allowed for plenty of hands-on learning which, after a brief detour into a Music Education degree program, turned into full-time repair shop employment in 1975. Jim spent the next 21 years primarily in two repair shops where he broadened his expertise to all European makes, from Alfa Romeo to Zamboni. As vehicles became more complex, it was clear that training and information were the keys to a long-term, successful career. In 1996, James chose to specialize in BMW at Motorwerks BMW, and remained there until 2000 when he took a break to work on the Identifix Repair Hotline for one year. Then after returning to Motorwerks in 2001, James expanded his knowledge to Mini Cooper, becoming certified level 1 in BMW, Master in Mini Cooper, and participating in troubleshooting contests for BMW and Mini in the United States, Ireland, Finland and England. In 2014, James rejoined Identifix as part of the European Carline Team. In addition to his Music Education degree, James has been ASE certified Master and L1 and is continuing to work on ASE recertification for the third time.
Jim began working at independent shops in 1978, where his primary responsibilities were drivability diagnostics of European and Asian vehicles. His certifications include: Certified Master Automotive Technician with L1 Advanced Diagnostic Certification, Bosch BSC3 Automotive Diesel Injection, Ignition and Start Charge Systems certified, Goodyear Advanced Automotive Electricity and Electronics, Goodyear Automotive Diagnostic Specialist certified, Goodyear Import Fuel Injection certified, Hickock EEC-IV, CFI, EFI, DIS, EDIS Computer Controlled Electrical and FI Systems certified, MAC, Mobile Air Conditioning Society Certification (MACS).

Jim has authored service articles for such publications as Auto Inc and Motor Service Magazine, appeared as a guest speaker and featured discussion panel member on a syndicated east coast automotive radio talk show, and is a regular contributor to the 'Identifix Update', the Identifix technician newsletter. He also conducts training classes and seminars on a regular basis. Some of the groups he has trained include: The North Central Tire Dealers and Suppliers Association, Automotive Technicians of Minnesota, and Amoco Certicare. Jim also has served on the Hennepin County Vo-tech Automotive advisory committee and as a judge at the annual VICA Automotive Skills Olympics. Away from work he plays string bass in the Bluegrass/Gospel band Singleton Street, enjoys hunting, sporting clays and other outdoor activities, dabbles with home computers and tries to keep up with his 2 sons.
Lee's experience in the automotive field began during his high school years where he worked at a parts store and a Standard Gas Station in the repair shop. He had 2 years of post-secondary education in the Automotive Repair Class in high school. After high school, Lee graduated from the 2 year Automotive Program at Dunwoody Technical Institute. After graduation he went to work at a VW dealership for 9 years and also repaired Zambonis in the evening. He then moved on to a BMW dealership for 5 years before returning to Volkswagen. Lee also has experience as an Automotive Service Advisor for Volkswagen and independent repair shops. Lee is a 5 year board member of Independent School District 171 and also volunteers for that district’s Gifted and Talented education program.
Mike grew up in a shop; his father has owned repair shops since before he was born and kept Mike busy taking apart old distributors or carburetors. (He still finds himself disassembling non-functional components to figure out why they’re not working!) After spending most of his high school years in the shop, he added traveling back and forth to Duluth Tech here in MN for formal technical automotive training. Mike’s first official job was cleaning up at a local transmission shop at age 13 but he quickly moved on to draining fluids and pulling transmissions to help rebuild them. A couple years later he got more experience at another small shop called Motor Critters, helping rebuild engines. After high school he tried construction for a while in FL, but continued working on cars at home. Mike moved back to MN and started a job at Autopia, with his father, where he achieved his first 5 ASE certifications while working on everything from DeLoreans to Ferraris. He also worked for a Honda dealer, and an Isuzu Nissan dealer for about 6 years each, holding his L1 Master at the time. Mike went on to run a 3 bay shop, and then worked at a European shop in Minneapolis for about 8 years. He came to Identifix in 2016 and loves helping other techs, sharing what he’s learned. In his spare time, Mike likes to build motorcycles and restore old cars.