Simulator

Kenton Educator Bahamas Posted   Latest  

Good evening where can I source a simulator that can be used in an automotive repair school?

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Paul Mechanic
Illinois
Paul
 

I would hit up Carlos at aeswave, California and/or Bernie Thompson at automotive test solutions in New Mexico.

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Michael Owner/Technician
Alaska
Michael
 

I second that. I used to teach apprentices at a shop that had Bernie's “car in a box” simulator. Was an excellent tool. I could induce most any electrical problem you would see in a real car. It came with a large book of faults and tests. Made it easy to use. This was probably 12 to 15 years ago, so it has probably gotten much better now, and it was fantastic then.

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Tamiyal Educator
Florida
Tamiyal
 

If you are into “Electrical“ and “Engine Performance“, at no cost to your program, you should check out: simulator​.​electude​.​com

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Howard Technician
Alaska
Howard
   

Hi Kenton Theres a shortage due to the pandemic . consulab sounds awesome ty

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Stefan Owner/Technician
Bulgaria
Stefan
 

You can contact AESwave: aeswave​.​com/AutoSim-Pro-Au…

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Ricky Educator
Quebec
Ricky
 

Contact Matt Dewey at ConsuLab. … Toll-free … USA … Canada … Fax …

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Dick Technical Support Specialist
Quebec
Dick
   

Please take a look at our website www.consulab​.​com where you will find our products designed specifically for educators. If you have any technical questions, please contact either myself or Rick Martineau (in another reply to your question) My email is … At the point of getting price quotes, please contact Matt Dewey as defined in Rick's reply to you. Thank you for your…

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Andrew Diagnostician
Indiana
Andrew
 

I second this, for schools… there is NO ONE better than ConsuLab…. These guys saved me when I was teaching.

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Dick Technical Support Specialist
Quebec
Dick
 

Thank you, Andrew. Appreciate your comment.

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Jason Owner/Technician
Virginia
Jason
   

I generally just make my own but there are some things like this MST unit out there: ebay​.​us/pajogY There used to be a really big one called MST 12000 but I cant find it anymore so maybe that stopped making it. This ones suppose to be for diesel it says: s​.​click​.​aliexpress​.​com/e/_DCxnl59 They are kind of a waste imo. They look nice but really its just some potentiometers, switches and…

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Jeff Technical Support Specialist
New Mexico
Jeff
 

automotivetestsolutions​.​com/etrainer-jr

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Martin Instructor
British Columbia
Martin
 

Hi Kenton. What type of simulation are you intending to demonstrate? They come in all shapes and sizes with a variety of functions. Are you looking for sensor simulators, electrical fault simulators, lighting, CAN Bus, power steering etc? Simulators are available from partial vehicles to small training boards. My first choice after many years of using a variety of mock-ups, simulators and…

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