What technicians really need to know in order to diagnose and repair Ford ABS. This seminar covers principles of operation, as well as diagnostic tips. This seminar is designed for beginning to advanced electronics technicians, who have experience working on anti-lock brake systems.
Learn tips for various Electronic Control Systems used on light trucks and sport utility vehicles. Emphasis is placed on learning the electronic control strategies used for each system, thereby enhancing the technician’s ability to properly diagnose system failures. This seminar is designed for beginning to advanced electronics technicians.
This class will challenge your current mindset and show you what is needed to develop your own personal diagnostic methods and strategies! This seminar is all about developing the skills necessary to become highly proficient at vehicle diagnostics. This seminar does not focus on any one particular vehicle manufacturer. The skills learned in this seminar can be applied to any diagnostic scenario that might be encountered on any make or model of vehicle. This seminar designed for technicians of all skill levels.
Learn how to quickly and efficiently diagnose and repair the unique electronic engine control system of the Ford 7.3L D.I.T. Diesel. Technicians will learn how the different electronic control subsystems interface. This seminar is designed for the technician who has basic knowledge of diesel engine systems, theory and operation.
Analysis of individual case studies designed to teach automotive repair professionals how to develop their own personal diagnostic thought processes, when all traditional diagnostic methods have failed. This seminar is designed for the beginning to advanced driveability technician. An understanding of basic electricity and electronics is advised.
Gain increased knowledge of the most commonly made mistakes when troubleshooting vehicle driveability, electronic transmission, and general electrical and electronics concerns. Learn the correct diagnostic procedures required to adequately diagnose the problem encountered through actual case studies. This seminar is designed for technicians of all skill levels.