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LBT-345 Social Media: Be Where They Are

February 23, 2019 in New Classes

This course is will introduce you to social media and explain the importance of why your business needs to be visible there. Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to: Recognize the importance of an automotive business being visible on social media Explain the basics of the top social media platforms Describe […]

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LBT-347 Top EPA Trouble Codes

February 22, 2019 in New Classes

TOP EPA TROUBLE CODES presented by John Forro Every quarter of every year, the EPA releases a list of the top trouble codes regarding emission related issues. Instructor John Forro discusses the most recent list of codes, and the possible fixes for them. A great class for all technicians and critical for technicians with state […]

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Diagnostic Mindset

August 3, 2018 in New Releases

If we were to start by trying to perform many different tests on every car starting with compression testing, moving on to ignitions specific tests and followed by fuel tests, we would never make any money on any diagnostic job at all.  What if we took a different approach?  An approach that consists of viewing […]

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Advanced Chrysler Diagnostics

July 16, 2018 in New ClassesTechnical Topics

Bill Fulton takes you into the shop for live vehicle training. He will cover APPS and TPS sensors, Networking & Bussing, CCD wires and bus circuits, KOER and KOEO testing, Cam and Crank diagnostics and Auto Shut Down & Fuel Pump Relay Schematics and testing. Topics Covered: Electronic Throttle Control: Hard faults & functional testing NGC 5 Volt […]

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Controller Area Network (C.A.N.) Overview

July 5, 2018 in New ClassesNew Releases

After attending this course, the student will have a thorough understanding of the two common types of networking systems used on vehicles today and understanding how to diagnose those issues. Topics Covered: What is networking?  Students will be presented with an overview of multiplexing, networking systems and how the various modules are integrated onto a […]

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Power Up Your Power Stroke Skills – 6.4L

April 25, 2018 in New ClassesTechnical Topics

Power Up Your Power Stroke Skills – 6.4L Powerstroke 6.4L was not used by Ford for many years. It was used from mid 2007 to 2010. The 6.4L brought about the use of the aftertreatment system and common rail injection. The AVI video training will include information and diagnostic procedures related to this engine. Instruction […]

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Power Up Your Power Stroke Skills – 6.0L

in New ClassesNew Releases

Power Up Your Power Stroke Skills – 6.0L This video presentation will review the Powerstroke 6.0L and subsystems. This presentation will cover the diagnosis and update information needed to repair issues found on these trucks. Information will include: Review of the high pressure oil system, leak checks and components Fuel system updates and issues found […]

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Parasitic Current Draw

April 6, 2018 in Tech Tips

In this tech tip from LBT-270 “Parasitic Current Draw”, instructor Dave Hobbs shows a quick and easy way to do a parasitic current draw test and the usefulness of a battery disconnect for long periods of vehicle storage.

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Electrical Troubleshooting and Schematic Based Diagnostics

March 27, 2018 in New ReleasesTechnical Topics

Electrical Troubleshooting and Schematic Based Diagnostics Join us Live April 18th at 4pm EDT – This HD Broadcast event from Bill Fulton “Electrical Troubleshooting and Schematic Based Diagnostics”, is a comprehensive schematic based look at the path technicians should take when faced with electrical issues. Topics covered include: Electrical schematic based diagnostics Color coding voltage, grounds, components, […]

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Bosch Quick Strike EVAP System Diagnostics

March 15, 2018 in FeaturedFeatured CoursesNew ClassesNew ReleasesTechnical TopicsTraining Events

Bosch Quick Strike EVAP System Diagnostics The most common evaporative emissions fault codes relate to leaks in the fuel vapor system, which means checking for leaks is a critical diagnostic process. Unfortunately, not all vehicles use the same EVAP system, which complicates the leak checking process. The addition of gas capless systems also creates issues […]

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