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Repair cars and build your mechanic empire in the comfort of your own home, because the Car Mechanic Simulator series is now up to 90% off on Steam!

Through February 9, you can save on select games from the series as well as a number or DLC additions. Here's a look at the games included in the sale:

This offer is valid through February 9. All items are digital and available for download immediately after purchase.


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    • Started playing a few nights ago.

      Unless I’m doing something wrong, the game won’t hold your hand for any of the fixes.

      It will have tooltips for the garage tools but I found myself googling where to find the parts in question or how to access them (remove engine first to access this/that, etc)

      It’s not the “educational haven” for actual car beginners you were expecting.
      It literally is a simulator.
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    • purchased 2021. Thanks
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    • Is there a "training section" in the game? I'm interested in learning how to fix cars, so if they explain what each part is doing and how-to, it would be awesome :)
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    • What's the difference in the newer versions? Do they add newly manufactured cars? In theory, would a Ford Lightning be available in the 2022?
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    • Replace the alternator.
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    • Drive a Chevette for a while. You'll learn plenty about fixing cars -- no simulator required.
      My mom had a chevette in the 90's that you couldnt kill.
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    • Drive a Chevette for a while. You'll learn plenty about fixing cars -- no simulator required.
      Better yet--drive a Lada :)
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    • Anyone a Scotty Kilmer fan here?
      He'll hate you if you send him a link to this deal.

      Vrooooomm, rev up your engine!
      Scotty fan here. This simulator does not have my car in it (beige Corolla) because the only work ever needed is oil changes.
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    • RFd mod has a side quest that involves buying tools at HD during the "buy tool/battery get battery/tool free" promos and flipping the extra batteries.
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    • Not a simulator unless it comes with back and knee pain
      You forgot the busted knuckles and the endless hunt for a 10mm in any ratchet size.
      As someone who turns real wrenches for fun, this would have been awesome for 14-18 year old me. Honestly, it seems like it'd be a good learning tool for anyone who has to operate a car.
      Gearhead garage and street legal racing redline were my mechanic simulators when I was 10-14 years old. Awesome games for the time.
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    • Would you say it's more practical than the Goat simulator?
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    • Drive a Chevette for a while. You'll learn plenty about fixing cars -- no simulator required.
      Best fishing buggy I ever had. Need a transmission, no problem a couple buddies put the car on it's side unbolt and it literally falls out. - true story BTW
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    • For those that have a Turkey based steam account it's only $0.37.
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    • Thanks. I might try this out as a learning experience.
      Pro tip when you actually start, keep on hand:

      ~$15 OBD2 bluetooth reader + app (torque, diagfca, alfaobd), 2 cans of penetrate oil/spray, some dollarama wire brushes, ~$15 propane cylinder+torch, a nice heavy hammer, and rags to clean/wipe. A screw/bolt extractor set never hurts to have too
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    • Jokes aside, does anyone have any other games to recommend that you might actually learn something from? I know 90% of other 'simulator' games on Steam are just parodies or comedic games, but this one's actually pretty neat and I'd be interested in more.
      I've only played the demo but Wrench (on Steam and Oculus) has a car modeled down to its individual pieces and assembling it is detailed to the torque required on various bolts.

      Building an engine from scratch, piece by piece, was much less stressful digitally, even if the end result didn't turn over right away.
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    • As someone who turns real wrenches for fun, this would have been awesome for 14-18 year old me. Honestly, it seems like it'd be a good learning tool for anyone who has to operate a car.
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    • So is there a challenge where you have the Callipers and rotors off and then realize that the jobber gave you the wrong pads so you then need to ride your kids bike down to the parts shop to be mad at him? True story.
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    • Jokes aside, does anyone have any other games to recommend that you might actually learn something from? I know 90% of other 'simulator' games on Steam are just parodies or comedic games, but this one's actually pretty neat and I'd be interested in more.
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    • You can only see cracks if you have the "Hovering" trait, which comes with a 10% (+5% per additional NPC within 3 meters) debuff to productivity.
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    • Do the NPC's show crack when they're bending over? And is it in 4k resolution?
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    • Not a simulator unless it comes with back and knee pain
      a missing 10mm socket and and extra bolts at the end
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    • thanks OP, got 2021 version
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    • I hope that it has options for age of car and degrees of rust. If there's a professional version, how to set back odometers, bypass emission controls,..
      Yeah, add to that how to unlock a car by programming keyfob from scratch using the VIN or wirelessly scanning a nearby keyfob... 😈
      You can buy the "not in my province" DLC. It includes all the above plus a special mission where you try to flip cars that don't pass the MTO inspection by selling them in QC.
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    • Careful when changing brakes. The tetanus and asbestos debuff stacks.

      If you spawn far enough North, make sure you rush the impact hammer and the MAPP torch ASAP.

      I don't recommend you spec into Euro cars. You'll end up spending most of your starting capital in special tools you'll only use once a year. Instead, try to focus on Japanese cars (you'll only need a 10, 14 and 17mm wrench to disassemble an entire car), or US cars (steady stream of NPC clients and easily scalable).

      Don't waste points in tyre resale.
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    • I hope that it has options for age of car and degrees of rust. If there's a professional version, how to set back odometers, bypass emission controls,..
      Yeah, add to that how to unlock a car by programming keyfob from scratch using the VIN or wirelessly scanning a nearby keyfob... 😈
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    • Tey to send it as a gift to a steam friend and no go because he lives in USA. That's bs.
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    • Does the game have electric vehicles? I want to know Aging Wheels' pain.
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    • FIX IT AGAIN TONY
      With a Yugo, you don't go! 😂
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    • Anyone a Scotty Kilmer fan here?
      He'll hate you if you send him a link to this deal.



      Vrooooomm, rev up your engine!
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    • Was hoping to see a vr version of this
      Would be very nice
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    • The Canadian version of this game has seized lower control arm bolts as the final boss.

      I'm picturing a giant seized lower control arm shooting out rusted nuts and bolts like a Mega Man boss, and to fight back, your weapons of choice would be penetrating oil, a reciprocating saw, an angle grinder, and an oxyacetylene torch.

      I hope that it has options for age of car and degrees of rust. If there's a professional version, how to set back odometers, bypass emission controls,..
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    • Pondering which version to get... 2018 or 2021....
      I bought 2018 years ago and played it quite a bit. I haven't played 2021 but from gameplay videos, it seems to build on what was good about 2018. I'd suggest 2021.

      There's also lots of custom cars and user-made mods that make the game even more fun.
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    • Drive a Chevette for a while. You'll learn plenty about fixing cars -- no simulator required.
      Hey, not true! I had a manual shift diesel Chevette (Acadian with Isuzu engine) and it was one of the best cars I've had. Over 400,000 km on it before parts and pipes on the outside of the engine got too rusty.
      Rear wheel drive (I towed a cubic yard of wet concrete with it, destroyed the transmission) and a steering wheel column that pointed towards the center of the car, that took some getting used to.
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    • 1. Play video game
      2. ??
      3. Profit
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    • Pondering which version to get... 2018 or 2021....
      Demos are available for many of the years if you're trying to decide. I downloaded '21 last night - maybe the demo will be enough to figure out I don't need this game.
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    • Pondering which version to get... 2018 or 2021....
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    • The Canadian version of this game has seized lower control arm bolts as the final boss.

      I'm picturing a giant seized lower control arm shooting out rusted nuts and bolts like a Mega Man boss, and to fight back, your weapons of choice would be penetrating oil, a reciprocating saw, an angle grinder, and an oxyacetylene torch.
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    • Not a simulator unless it comes with back and knee pain
      You mean busted knuckles.


      This game sounds fun!
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