Backyardmechanic About Us – Contact Us – Disclaimer Page

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About Bob Thomas

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Hi, I am Bob Thomas an automotive mechanic with 30-plus years of experience.

I am a contributor to several book publications and have written many articles on automotive maintenance and repairs.

I also have many videos on YouTube and have several YouTube collaborations.

www.backyardmechanic.org is my own personal blog with topics all about repairing vehicles that are having issues.

BackYardMechanic.org is a website dedicated to Automotive Repair Tutorials, Automotive How-To Information, and DIY (do-it-yourself) Mechanics.

My mission for backyardmechanic.org is to give accurate, reliable information that can help DIY mechanics fix a vehicle that has broken down or is having mechanical issues.

Helping DIY individuals fix a broken car or truck and save money is the core of BackYard-Mechanic goal.

There are many mechanical-specific repair articles on a variety of topics to achieve this.

I have 30-plus years of experience on many automotive repair topics, from general information to advanced topics.

This includes engine errors and problems, sensors, transmission-related problems, and more.

About Brian Thomas
Brian Thomas grew up working on vehicles and has 35 plus years as an automotive mechanic.

He is ASE certified mechanic that has many years of experience in automotive repair.

He owns his own mechanic shop called Brian’s Garage located in Arizona. He also as written articles for this website as well has having a very popular YouTube channel.

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About Bob Thomas

Bob Thomas is an automotive mechanic with 30 plus years experience. He is a contributor to several publications and has written many articles on automotive maintenance and repairs. He also has created many auto repair videos on YouTube.

3 thoughts on “Backyardmechanic About Us – Contact Us – Disclaimer Page

  1. Jody Cramp

    Hey Bob,
    I’m hoping you could shine some light on the codes I have a on my Nissan x-trail t31 2.5l manual.

    The codes are –
    PS1464
    C1143
    C1210
    C1204
    C1209

    Any ideas on fixing issues would be greatly appreciated.

    Jody
    Australia

    Reply
  2. Randy Larsen

    Hey bud want to say thanks for the awesome info on toyota C0205 code I will be watching more videos on what you do thanks again

    Reply
  3. CJ

    Hey Bob, my name is CJ and i am located in Georgia. The check engine light on my dads car has been on for quite a while, but after stepping into the mechanical field as an 18 year old I decided to take the matter into my own hands. I have a scan tool, and it is popping up the code P0744 TORQUE CONVERTER. What steps would you recommend me take to further diagnose this issue. I have read that it could be just the fluid, the solenoid , the converter itself, and a few others but I am really just looking to get this problem situated

    Reply

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