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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This course describes how a manual transmission or transaxle functions to control the relationship between engine speed and wheel speed. Technicians learn how the energy produced in the engine is transmitted to the drive wheels through the drive train. The course shows how the transmission cannot shift unless the engine is detached from the gear train by disengaging the clutch. Clutch components and operation are covered in detail.     Read More

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This eLearning course examines the best diagnostic methods to use when trying to pinpoint an ignition system fault. Many OEs advocate the use of a DSO for testing of many different vehicle systems. As with any modern-day vehicle repair, using the right tool for the job makes life easier. Many technicians struggle with learning the proper methods to test the performance of an ignition system. We will take the fear out of using DSOs and give several detailed examples of how and when to use the right tool for the job. Read More

This eLearning course looks at basic ignition system tests that can be performed by most general technicians. The practice of using basic spark testers, a digital volt-ohm meter (DVOM), performing thorough visual inspections and using an inductance ignition tester will be discussed. Read More

This eLearning online course covers the fundamentals of ignition coils. There will be an overview of coil design and operation. Methods on how to test different ignition types will be emphasized. Primary and secondary ignition patterns will be broken down into an understandable format. Ignition module control is also highlighted. Read More

This eLearning course identifies the different ignition inputs used by the PCM to trigger the ignition system. The different types of crankshaft position sensors (CKP) and camshaft position sensors (CMP) used by vehicle manufacturers are reviewed. Various locations of these components as well as Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) that can set when they fail are identified. We demonstrate what an intermittent CKP fault acts like through exploring a live vehicle demonstration captured on video. Several examples shown of bad components captured using both a scan tool and a digital storage oscilloscope (DSO) are shown. Read More

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