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Lead technician releases book on hybrid and EV repair

Book offers detailed real-world case studies highlighting common issues when servicing hybrid and electric vehicles

Fresno, Calif.—“Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Case Studies” by Matt Lamontagne offers detailed real-world case studies highlighting common issues a technician might encounter when servicing hybrid and electric vehicles. This includes No Ready diagnosis, hybrid-specific crank/no start issues, plug-in hybrid charging faults and the special diagnostic considerations for ICEs in hybrids.

In addition, this book provides a good foundation in high voltage theory necessary for HV isolation loss diagnosis, battery and motor/generator repairs and more. It is an excellent resource for any technician looking to master the intricacies of hybrid and electric vehicle maintenance and repair.

The coil-bound 8-1/2” x 11” manual contains 139 full-color pages.

About Ray Lamontagne

Matt Lamontagne, a member of the board of directors at NESSARA, is an ASE-Master Tech with L1 and L3 certifications. With over 15 years of experience in hybrid and electric vehicles, he is the lead technician and executive of Leo & Sons Auto Repair in Lawrence, Mass. Lamontagne also serves as a trainer for the Automotive Career Development Center, WorldPac and Automotive Seminars, Inc. 

Lamontagne founded the High Voltage – Hybrid & Electric Vehicles group on the Diagnostic Network, where technicians from around in the world can learn the technology behind EVs and hybrid vehicles. He also founded The Hivo Group, a hybrid and EV training and consulting company. 

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