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i have a job install interview tommorow at a local shop looking for advice from other shop owners . like what do you look for in a install guy he is having me do a install on a car cd player subs amps stuff no prob there but what do your owners look for thanks for the help guys

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Im no shop owner But take your time and make sure you dont brake clips and other shit in the car.And dont have no wire showing. GL

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yea just be respectful to the car and watch where you put your feet,use the right tools.

dont rush, if you hit a problem stand back and think about it.

and clean up your mess, give it a vacuum after.

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Its the little things

Im surprised hes letting you work on anything.

I ask them to do 3 simple tasks

Either you know how or you dont.

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I work at a shop, but we do way more than just audio. Starters, alarms, rims, bunch of truck and vehicle accessories.

But when it comes down to it your gonna want to have a huge background in the 12volt world. I thought I knew a ton when I got the job, it was the opposite I knew little compared to what I was working with. But also learning along the way is what helpped me most. I was paired with people for a long time, sometimes still am when people do larger jobs.

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O any time you mess with power wirez tape the endz off with elec tape. LOL i dont how many time i burned fusez. It better to ask questionz when you dont no the answer then to fuck around and try to figure it out on your own. Specially when some one can give you the quik answer.

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Its the little things

Im surprised hes letting you work on anything.

I ask them to do 3 simple tasks

Either you know how or you dont.

yea i was surprised too but im not really worried about the install do you prefer power wire to go through the fire wall or under the car i know some people do them different ways i like the fire wall if thers room

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