DENSO to hold technical training seminars
DENSO Sales California has introduced five technical training seminars for automotive service professionals covering air conditioning, electrical systems and engine management system.
The classroom-style seminars focus on “best practices” concerning service, diagnostic and repair for each of these product areas. Special tips to help reduce diagnostic time and increase first-time repair success are interwoven throughout the training, the company says.
Training can be conducted in either an all-day format or two consecutive evenings totaling about eight hours of instruction.
Two electrical seminars (ECT -- Electrical Circuit Testing, and SBE -– Schematic-Based Electrical training) train technicians in electrical theory, circuit operation and diagnostics using schematic diagrams, DVOM and circuit simulators.
Two engine management seminars (TEP -– Toyota/Lexus Engine Performance, and ETD –- Emissions Theory and Diagnosis) focus on basic emissions theory and diagnosis with in-depth information on Toyota systems operation, components and diagnostics.
The A/C Service Essentials seminar (ACSE) helps technicians understand the principles of A/C systems and how the individual components operate, how to diagnose them properly, and how to service the systems correctly.
DENSO also offers free 90-minute A/C, starter and alternator clinics designed to illustrate basic system theory and product performance, features, and benefits for the counterman.
For more information, visit www.densoaftermarket.com.