Garage Gurus

Garage Gurus® is an industry-leading training and support platform created to address the skills gap and technician shortages facing the automotive service industry.

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Discover how to determine the common causes of the P0420/P0430 code in the 5 Basic Emissions Control Diagnostic Checks eLearning course. You’ll learn the five basic steps for diagnosing issues with the emissions control system. Read More

This eLearning Module is designed to go through each of the 5 Basic Diagnostic Steps for the Emissions Control System, helping to determine common causes of the P0420/P0430 code. Read More

Este módulo de aprendizaje está diseñado para repasar cada uno de los 5 Pasos Básicos para el Diagnostico del Sistema de Control de Emisiones, y ayuda a determinar las causas más comunes que generan el código P0420/P0430. Read More

Training Location: Garage Gurus Mobile Automotive Training Center AAA Insurance Carolina’s Headquarters, Parking Lot 6600 AAA Drive Charlotte, NC  28212     Clinic Length: Approx. 3 hours This seminar focuses on educating technicians on the fast growing technical area of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems technology used on many vehicles. Systems such as blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, side-view cameras and 360° camera use will be discussed. We will highlight calibration methods for these systems within the class showcasing real-world procedures pre and post repair. A primary area of focus will be on where to find relevant information and what equipment is needed to perform these calibrations. Simply connecting a scan tool and clearing the lights that are on in the instrument cluster is not the answer, performing proper calibrations are. After completing this seminar, the student will have the knowledge to: Understand forward facing camera calibration procedures Diagnose ADAS system malfunctions related to braking concerns Test proximity and ultrasonic sensors Identify resources, information and tools necessary to complete ADAS calibration procedures Understand forward radar sensor calibration procedures Analyze related electronic systems that interact with the ADAS system in need of recalibration or adjustment after the alignment procedure Read More

Training Location: Garage Gurus Mobile Automotive Training Center Midlands Technical College Automotive Building, Parking Lot 316 South Beltline Boulevard Columbia, SC  29205       Clinic Length: Approx. 3 hours This seminar focuses on educating technicians on the fast growing technical area of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems technology used on many vehicles. Systems such as blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, side-view cameras and 360° camera use will be discussed. We will highlight calibration methods for these systems within the class showcasing real-world procedures pre and post repair. A primary area of focus will be on where to find relevant information and what equipment is needed to perform these calibrations. Simply connecting a scan tool and clearing the lights that are on in the instrument cluster is not the answer, performing proper calibrations are. After completing this seminar, the student will have the knowledge to: Understand forward facing camera calibration procedures Diagnose ADAS system malfunctions related to braking concerns Test proximity and ultrasonic sensors Identify resources, information and tools necessary to complete ADAS calibration procedures Understand forward radar sensor calibration procedures Analyze related electronic systems that interact with the ADAS system in need of recalibration or adjustment after the alignment procedure Read More

This course covers the incorporation of electrical components into electronic systems.  Technicians will see how all automotive systems now involve some form of microprocessor control.  Technicians learn about design and operation of input sensors and  switches, central processing units, and output devices such as actuators and motors.  It introduces vehicle networks and provides an overview of basic engine management and body electrical systems. Read More

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