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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Workshop Length: 4 hours Tuition: $100.00 U.S. 0.4 CEUs awarded This workshop concentrates on the most common drivability problems encountered on Asian and Domestic vehicles related to fuel control and Exhaust Sensor (02 and A:F sensor) faults. Many manufacturers today have made the switch to using Wide Range Air:Fuel sensors over traditional 02 sensors to increase fuel economy and reduce vehicle emissions. The application of various diagnostic   tests for both types of sensors are demonstrated in the service bays using both scan tools and lab scopes. Technicians observe how  to test the function of the engine management system and Feedback Control Loop to validate root causes for many types of Engine Performance related problems. System diagnosis is performed in our state-of-the-art service bays. Explore the industry’s newest aftermarket test equipment and procedures available for fast, efficient vehicle repair.   After completing this online course, the student will have the knowledge to: Review OBD II monitor strategy pertaining to the testing of Air:Fuel and emission related sensors Verify Air:Fuel (Lambda) sensor operation on car and test using proper techniques Validate 02 sensor performance Five diagnostic checks to perform to before catalytic converter replacement Test 02 and A:F Sensor heater circuit related DTCs Efficiently diagnose 02 Sensor Performance, Lack of Switching, Slow Response, Circuit High and Circuit LOW DTCs in a timely manner Examine causes of Misfire and Fuel related DTCs using popular test equipment and 02 sensor scan data Read More

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

Clinic Length: Approx. 3 hours This seminar enhances the skills of the professional undercar technician in the area of advanced wheel alignment. It covers suspension and steering diagnosis due to bent parts from accidents and road hazards, vehicle modifications, tire/wheel resizing and height issues. A review of basic alignment angles followed by thorough explanation of steering axis inclination (SAI), included angle (IA), scrub radius and toe out on turns (TOOT) will assist the alignment technician in utilizing the aligner as a diagnostic tool. Related electronic systems are also covered in this course. Vehicle component inspection and customer communication skills are necessary traits for any successful alignment tech and the importance of these skills are stressed in this class.   After completing this seminar, the student will have the knowledge to: Utilize the alignment machine as a diagnostic tool for the alignment and repair of vehicles involved in road hazard incidents and vehicle collisions Identify root causes for uneven or erratic tire wear and handling problems. Effectively communicate the results to the vehicle owner. Identify how vehicle modifications and tire/wheel changes affect alignment and dynamic operation Analyze related electronic systems that interact with the chassis system in need of recalibration or adjustment after the alignment procedure Read More

Workshop Length: 4 hours Tuition: $100.00 U.S. 0.4 CEUs awarded The workshop is designed with a combination of classroom and hands-on education to enhance the technician’s ability to properly diagnose automotive and light truck braking systems. In this class we discuss how to pinpoint the causes of brake pulls, brake vibrations and brake noise complaints. Proper service procedures are reviewed and installation tips are covered to prevent comebacks. The causes of uneven brake pad wear are also identified. We use live vehicles in the shop to help illustrate some of these points. After completing this workshop, the student will have the knowledge to: Pinpoint noise problems Diagnose brake pull concerns Properly service automotive brake systems Understand ‘uneven’ brake pad wear Locate the source of brake vibration concerns Read More

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