Education: Essential Diagnostic Steps for Drivability & Electrical Issues with Eric Ziegler
Technician Service Training — … presents “Essential Diagnostic Steps for Drivability & Electrical Issues“ with Eric Ziegler on October 22, 23, 24 & 25 of October 2018. To register and for exact location, dates, times and pricing, please visit this page.
If you’re unable to attend in person we will have a simulcast available on Thursday the 25th at 6:45 EDT.
This seminar takes a critical thinking or logical approach to address many of the issues that face techs every day - working on systems that are new to them or that they have little or no experience diagnosing. The course is a mix of critical thinking, theory, diagnostic testing methods, tooling and real-world case studies. Four areas will be addressed:
- Mechanical testing,
- Fuel trim diagnostics,
- Ignition testing
- Network communication issues.
Graphing scan data, archiving data and other useful diagnostic software will be discussed as well. Lots of real-world, not-so-forward case studies will be used to illustrate these processes and techniques. * See how you can diagnose each type of problem with both basic tools and high tech tools. * Learn how to figure out what to do next in your diagnostic process. * See what your results should be and where to go next. * See a quick review of the "Flatrater" test drive and how to gather information.
We hope to see you there.
Finally something close to where I live. I will be there the 24th of October as it's in totowa, union Blvd. Literally 5 minutes away from my house. Thanx guys
I'll see you and Eric on Thursday the 25th, G! I look forward to it.
Rich that's great see you in NJ Wednesday the 24th. You know if you sign up on the web or call in you can save bucks.
Hi G Jerry I am In Sydney Australia and would love to watch the podcast is there any way you could email me a file with the podcast, due to the time difference (GMT+11) I would not be able to watch live or a location where I could watch it after. Is that possible?
Best regards Mike …
I'm assuming this is the Part 1 class? Or is it both parts lumped into one? I took part 1 at Super Saturday last year and part 2 at Super Saturday this year. Fantastic class by one of the best instructors in the business.