Auto & Truck Electricity and Electronics Class: Vancouver, Canada
Tired of going to electrical classes that spend an overwhelming amount of time teaching atomic theory and movement of electrons? Sure, it explains how current flows, but does it really help you fix the vehicle? We will not be covering that in this class. This class is all about helping you become proficient at electrical diagnostics. Become an expert electrical tech! Whether you are an apprentice technician looking to become more proficient in electrical diagnostics, or a seasoned veteran who would just like a refresher and also learn new information, this is the course for you. You will learn the skills necessary to become more efficient and profitable when performing electrical diagnostics work.
If you are any tech (body and collision or mechanical) performing diagnostics and/or repairs, whether it be electronic transmission or engine control, air conditioning and heating, ADAS, restraint systems, body or chassis damage, etc., at some point on today’s modern vehicles you will be dealing with electricity and electronics. You do not want to miss this class!
JUST SOME OF THE TOPICS COVERED:
• What really goes on inside your multi-meter and how it applies to diagnosis
• Breaking down wiring diagrams into their simplest components, thereby facilitating diagnosis
• Why fuses don’t blow
• Why Kirchhoff’s Laws apply more to diagnosis than Ohm’s Law
• What the “real world” voltage drop specs are
• Piezo actuator theory and operation
• Electrical circuits and their components
• Common diagnostic mistakes and how to avoid them
• What a negative resistance value really means
• How Hall Effect sensors really work, and how to properly diagnose them
• Analysis of real world diagnostic dilemmas (case studies)
Attached to this post is the complete event info and registration form. Class will take place Saturday, March 28, 2020, from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, in Surrey, BC (Vancouver suburb). Discounted pricing ends Feb. 15, 2020.
Hey Mike When will you be bringing this session to Toronto?