Looking For An Online Ecu Repair Training
Please help out.
looking for robust online ecu repair training.
links will be appreciated
Maybe this will help: ECU Professional Training - ELECTRONIC REPAIR COMPANY (electronicrepairegypt.com)
Hi Jeffrey, I have only seen them come up a few times and they seem to have good programs to offer.
hpacademy.com they do tuning and programming. I'm not sure if they do repair training
Mostly you just need to learn basic electronics. You can do this freely around the web. To apply it to automotive ecu's you then just start to familiarize yourself with how the ecu you are working on sends and receives its signals. Hands on experience will be your most robust training.
Do you find the deep education required a worthwhile time investment ?I can see obsolescent parts being an issue but some modules can be affordable .
Thanks Very apt Tons of resources on the internet to learn from. Just to look for. I have a Good understanding of electrical wiring, CAN, sensors and actuations. Just want to know more as it happening inside the computer We have so many ECU problems in my region and they could be extremely expensive for a replacement, car immo programming is another big issue for plenty of technicians due to…
Have you checked out L1 Training? Name of the owner is Keith Perkins. He covers quite a bit but not sure if he gets fully involved with ECU repair or not as they can be time consuming I've heard. l1training.com/free-training
Dale, I've watched him replace drivers in Nissan ECU's. I believe he worked for them for some years ans is partial to them. Mike
I like YouTube. Most of these are general electronics repair. Laptops, tablets, televisions, industrial sewing machines, whatever. However, repairing any electrical device without schematics is kind of the same. Most ECM failures are burned-out drivers, so diagnosis is usually as simple as looking for the burnt thing and to repair you just need the skill to remove and replace the damaged…
Thanks for the load of information, really helped. thanks a lot