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 is a detailed breakdown of the components and technology behind twin tube shocks and struts. We will discuss the functions, benefits and features of twin tube shocks and struts along with detailed diagrams and video of them in action. Read More

Este curso hace una revisión detallada de los componentes y tecnología de los amortiguadores de tubo doble y puntales. Cubriremos las funciones, beneficios, y características de este tipo de amortiguadores, además revisaremos diagramas detallados y videos de los componentes en acción. Read More

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Workshop Length: 4 hours Tuition: $100.00 U.S. 0.4 CEUs awarded This workshop helps technicians understand, identify and diagnose CAN (Controller Area Network) communication networks. We review network fundamentals to help the technician understand the need, strategy and protocol of CAN. To aid in diagnostics, various types of network topology are explored and explained. To help pinpoint CAN failures, several electrical circuit integrity test methods are outlined to validate root cause of CAN communication failures. Application of the diagnostic strategies are demonstrated in our state-of-the-art service bays using modern diagnostic equipment.   After completing this workshop, the student will have the knowledge to: Identify Network type and topology Utilize the proper tools and test procedures when diagnosing network fault Diagnose ‘U’ code failures on CAN networks Test for ‘No Communication’ failures on CAN networks Read More

Workshop Length: 4 hours Tuition: $100.00 U.S. 0.4 CEUs awarded This workshop is designed to enhance the technician’s ability to diagnose engine performance related problems through using Fuel Trim correction information provided from the scan tool data stream. It is often said that Total Fuel Trim correction learned by the vehicle PCM (Powertrain Control Module) is the technician’s window into the vehicle’s fuel injection system. Several cause and effect relationships are defined with emphasis placed on faulty sensor inputs, engine breathing problems (intake and exhaust restriction), Misfire and cylinder sealing (compression) issues. This workshop includes several in-bay demonstrations in our state-of-the-art service bays.   After completing this workshop, the student will have the knowledge to: Diagnose the common Fuel Trim diagnostic trouble codes (DTC’s, P0171, P0174, P0172, P0175) Use Fuel Trim scan tool data to diagnose a variety of engine performance concerns Identify faulty sensor inputs that can affect fuel control through using fuel trim information Define LEAN and RICH engine running conditions and their causes Read More

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