Since its launch in early September, more than a thousand tech students have already participated in Level 1 of the program.
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Webinar will explain repair manual procedures, Techstream menu selections and data entry, and provide tips to increase confidence in accurately completing calibrations.
Topics include controls and basic set up instructions, vehicle identification, Intelligent Diagnostics, scan data functions, functional tests, quick lookups, Global OBD-II, previous vehicles and data, and more.
Attendees will learn important safety considerations to take, calibration requirements, and the correlation between electro-mechanical parts to the chassis and suspension systems.
‘PAVE’ will be a three-day event for mechanical and collision repair professionals, Jan. 8-10, with more than 30 live sessions.
“Everybody complains about the lack of technicians but very few are doing something about it,” says Dan Sjolseth, chairman of MNCARS. “I hope the industry takes note and follows our lead so we can have an even bigger impact."
This presentation and a live demonstration should help improve diagnostic speed on trying to identify bent parts using angles like SAI and IA.