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Turbochargers: Turning Wasted Energy Into Power

February 14, 2018

Turbochargers: Turning Wasted Energy Into Power LIVE FEBRUARY  28 @ 4:00 PM EST – In this program “Turbochargers: Turning Wasted Energy Into Power”, instructor Ron Bilyeu takes you from A to Z regarding turbochargers and their role in todays’ motor vehicles. Diagnosing turbocharging issues can be time consuming for the technician and expensive for the customer if […]

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What You Need To Know About Lean P-Code Conditions

February 8, 2018

Lean P-Code Conditions LIVE FEBRUARY  21ST @ 4:00-5:00 PM EST – This class, taught by Ron Bilyeu, covers some of the most popular Diagnostic Trouble Codes that technicians face every day, P0174 and P0171 Lean P-Code Conditions.  The issue is there is such a variety of problems that can cause the engine management computer to increase fuel trim adaptation.  […]

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Delphi Training Series: Diesel Injector Do’s & Don’ts

February 1, 2018

In this program, we’ll go over what you need to know to stay up to date with diesel injector diagnostic & replacement tips for light duty and heavy duty trucks. Topics Covered: Common Rail Technology 101 Injector types including UEI, HUEI, Solenoid Type, and Piezo Common Diesel Injector Failures Contamination, lubrication and leakage Injector Replacement […]

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Labscope Diagnostics Version 3.0

January 4, 2018

AVI instructor Bill Fulton updates his labscope diagnostic strategies with new case studies focusing on compression waveforms. Even those technicians who have been using their labscopes for years will acquire new tips and techniques for quicker and more accurate engine diagnostics. Course Objectives: Compression & Vacuum Testing Using Waveform Analysis Using Exhaust Pulse Waveforms For […]

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Bosch The Mystery of Diesel Fuel Injectors

December 15, 2017

You will learn why a fuel injector needs to accurately deliver fuel to prevent issues with other components and diagnose drivability concerns. Did you know that a common rail fuel injector can open over a billion times in its service life? A diesel fuel injector can also open and close over 10,000 times a minute […]

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Delphi Training Series: No Fooling Fuel Delivery

November 16, 2017

This diagnostic program will help you make more sense out of fuel related drivability problems on conventional (sequential) fuel injection and Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) Internal Combustion Engine (I.C.E.) unique drivability concerns. We’ll cover testing you can easily do with your meter, fuel pressure gauge, lab scope and scan tool that will help you to […]

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Delphi Training Series: Steering Clear of Undercar Misdiagnosis

October 17, 2017

In this program, we’ll give you the scoop on steering and suspension system essentials along with helpful diagnostic tips to keep your customers driving straight and riding smooth. Topics Covered: Front & Rear Suspension Types – SLA, MacPherson Strut and solid axle Common Suspension Issues & Tire Wear Tips – Relating 4-wheel alignment measurement to […]

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What You Need To Know About Rich P-Code Conditions

Have you ever had a vehicle that was running rich and really becoming aggravating and irritating? Do you have rich running vehicles you spend hours of diagnostic time on? AVI has got some help for you. This program contains ten different case studies that encompass the components that can cause rich running conditions, from over […]

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Bosch Chrysler Late Model EVAP Diagnostics Update

October 3, 2017

Evaporative emissions systems are changing rapidly and can be difficult to diagnose without a good understanding of the changes. Since 2003, Chrysler has introduced two different systems; the Natural Vacuum Leak Detection (NVLD) and the Evaporative System Integrity Monitor (ESIM). This training event sponsored by Bosch will provide an overview and diagnostic tips for both systems. […]

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Delphi Training Series: Batter Up with Battery Technology

September 7, 2017

This diagnostic program will help you to be at the top of your diagnostic game when it comes to battery and charging system testing.  We’ll cover battery technology, proper battery charging and testing, BMS (Battery Management Systems) and those alternator ‘equivalents’ on Hybrid vehicles – DC-DC converters. Topics Covered: Battery Disconnects – When to be […]

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New Content Release: Diagnostic Strategies: Ignition & Misfires

August 25, 2017

Ignition & Misfires In Part 3 of our Diagnostic Strategies Series, this HD Broadcast will cover Ignition & Misfires. As with Part 1 on Air Induction and Part 2 on Fuel Delivery, this course is designed to help the technician with diagnostic information they can use on a daily basis. Your instructor, Ron Bilyeu has over 30 years of […]

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New Content Release: Delphi Training Series Bundle

July 31, 2017

It’s never too late to expand your horizons. This specialized bundle includes previously recorded Delphi sponsored LiveStream training hosted by veteran Delphi instructor, Dave Hobbs. Hold onto your wrenches yet, because this bundle will also include four NEW Delphi LiveStreams that are currently in development, and will be available on following scheduled dates: 9/6/17,  10/18/17,  […]

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New Content Release: Advanced Scan Tool Testing Strategies

Instructor Bill Fulton covers a wide range of areas in this very comprehensive and updated course. With almost 3 hours of detailed information, technicians will have new respect for the diagnostic power of their scan tools.

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New Content Release: Bosch Denoxtronic (DeNOx) System Overview

Exhaust gas after-treatment systems are an integral part of today’s common rail diesel vehicles and understanding how to diagnose and service these emissions control systems is critical for optimal vehicle operation and longevity of these expensive components. In order to reduce Nitrogen-oxide (NOx) output, many vehicle manufacturers have elected to utilize a Selective Catalyst Reduction […]

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New Content Release: LS-53 Fundamentals of TPMS

July 28, 2017

TPMS systems have been mandatory on most vehicles for almost a decade, so it’s critical you know how they work and some of their repair issues. Instructor Mark DeKoster helps you make faster, more accurate repairs with great information contained in this course. Course Objectives: Understanding TPMS regulations and requirements How to perform the 5 […]

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