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The ACDelco division of General Motors Co. has added three free online Techline Information System (TIS2Web) training courses to ACDelco TechConnect to support service professionals and independent shops that provide diagnostics and repair for General Motors vehicles.

The courses are published on ACDelco Test Drive, and are designed to complement ACDelco’s TIS2Web Internet-based subscription service for GM vehicle calibrations, Global Diagnostic System software and Tech2 diagnostic software updates.

The new courses are:

1.  Multiple Diagnostic Interface Familiarization (S-FN00-20.02WBT): Covers common characteristics of the MDI including setup software, on vehicle operation and the service programming system procedure.

2. Global Diagnostic System (S-FN00-05.01WBT): Introduces the new Global Diagnostic System, including software and hardware components; setup and operation; and diagnostic procedures

3. Global Diagnostic System GDS2/MDI (S-FN006.01WBT): Covers the latest information on software, hardware, components, setup, operations and diagnostic procedures for GDS2.

The company says ACDelco TIS2Web subscription software helps independent service professionals effectively diagnose and repair GM vehicles to save time, grow their businesses and improve customer satisfaction. Pricing packages are available to accommodate shops’ needs.

To enroll in the free courses, visit www.acdelcotechconnect.com, click on the Training tab, then “Launch Training” and “Test Drive” on the top navigation bar. Then click on “Web-based Training.”

For access to ACDelco Techline Information System (TIS2Web) online software, visit www.acdelcotechconnect.com, click on TIS2Web under Toolbox, then click on “Subscribe to TIS2Web.” There, you can register or sign in if you are already registered.

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