DENSO to hold technical training seminars

Aug. 21, 2006

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.

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