3-Day - Phase 2
Auto/Truck Advanced Electrical
Hands-On Troubleshooting Workshop
Dates: August 12-14, 2015
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About the 3 Day -
Advanced Electrical Troubleshooting Workshop
This is for auto/truck hands-on electrical
The ultimate electrical training experience!
advanced level electrical system troubleshooting of
Brushless DC Motor Circuits and Relay Circuits
with an introduction to CAN Bus circuits (new for 2015).
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developed by Vince
You will leave
this 2.5-Day Phase 2 Workshop with the ability to troubleshoot
any auto/truck DC Motor or Relay Circuit with proven step-by-step
troubleshooting procedures. Learn why replacing a relay doesn't
fix the problem and what could go wrong if you use the wrong
relay. Extensive hands-on troubleshooting practice builds self
confidence and troubleshooting skill to successfully troubleshoot
electrical problems the first day back on the job.
never get enough of this kind of auto/truck/heavy equipment electrical
- electronics troubleshooting training!
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Phase 2 Workshop Curriculum
"The" Advanced Auto-Truck Electrical
Hands-On Troubleshooting Workshop
must have completed a 3-Day Phase 1 Workshop to attend.
1: (Phase 2 Starts 1:00 PM on Aug. 12th
DC Motor Circuits & Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques
|Day 1 (afternoon) covers the DC Motor Circuit Troubleshooting Trainer, H-113, (H-PCB03),
where students learn advanced electrical/electronics troubleshooting
techniques. The differences in ohmmeters; how to avoid damaging
sensitive electronic circuits and how to properly use an analog
or digital ohmmeter to test solid-state components are explained
with hands-on application. Troubleshooting different types of
DC motors, starter motor, blower motor circuits and their unique
differences is reviewed. Students then troubleshoot about 25
DC Motor circuit problems and 5 advanced problems with more than
one circuit fault.
2: (Phase 2)
Relay Circuit Troubleshooting & Advanced Troubleshooting
|Day 2 covers
Relay Circuit Troubleshooting Trainer, H-115, (H-PCB05) where
students learn how relays work, how relay circuits fail and how
to troubleshoot relay circuits. Students learn about spike suppression
diodes; what they do and how to properly test them. Students
then troubleshoot up to 75 relay circuit problems in the remainder
of the third day. Several advanced relay circuit problems are
used to convince students what they have learned about troubleshooting
as they successfully troubleshoot the most difficult relay circuit
problems when the relay itself is not the problem.
3: (Phase 2)
Complete Relay Circuit Troubleshooting
& Introduction to CAN Bus circuit troubleshooting
After completing relay troubleshooting
a Power-Point presentation by Vince entitled: "All
The Things They Never Told You About Relays" will illustrate some unique techniques troubleshooting relay circuits on the vehicle.
Bus Electrical Trainer
Included in Phase 2 (last day) is an introduction to the new CAN Bus Troubleshooting
Training Program H-200 with opportunities to troubleshoot a few
CAN Bus circuit problems. These CAN Bus problems would be impossible
to duplicate on an actual vehicle in a reasonable time frame
but can be easily accomplished using the CAN Bus Troubleshooting
Trainer H-200. To attend....
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PLENTY OF HANDS-ON
PRACTICE PROVIDED IN 2.5 DAYS SO TECHS DEVELOP TROUBLESHOOTING
SKILLS TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL AUTO-TRUCK ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC
YOU WILL HAVE HOMEWORK AT NIGHT!
All test equipment is
provided. 3 Student
Workbooks total about 270 pages including several step-by-step troubleshooting
procedures to take back to the shop. Class size limited to 12
Continental Breakfast is provided by the host hotel.
Students enjoy a hot meal at local area restaurants on each class day.
Check out our Testimonials
and read comments of what techs have to say about attending
our hands-on troubleshooting workshops!
To attend fax a registration
form to 972.276.8122 or call us at 972-276-9642 to register by phone. If an answering machine records your call,
leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
We suggest you leave your business and home phone number so we
can contact you in the evening if our staff is on the road.
For the workshop in Dallas, click this link to print out a registration form
and fax to us to
a completed registration form. Payment of the tuition in advance is required.
We cannot accept tuition payment by check upon arrival at the
workshop. As soon as tuition payment is received, your seat is
confirmed in your name and a confirmation letter is sent out
with final instructions. There are two things to do after reserving
a workshop seat.
(1) Airline Reservations: Book a flight ASAP after having
confirmation to qualify for a reduced airfare. Students fly in to DFW Airport (Dallas-Fort
Worth) or Love Field and take a SuperShuttle Van to the hotel (about $50.00
one way). If arriving at Love Field a SuperShuttle Van is also
available. When you check in at the hotel, your training manuals
will be waiting for you at the front desk with a Welcome Letter covering last minute details about the class schedule and meeting
room location on the first floor. All workshop classes are held in the Fairfield Inn
where you stay. SuperShuttle Vans will return you to the airport
for your return flight home.
(2) Hotel Reservations: We recommend you stay at the workshop Fairfield Inn
hotel in Dallas. The hotel contact information is available on
the registration form. Ask for Veejer Workshop special workshop
room rate. Students are responsible for their own evening meal.
You may want to have a rent car to travel to restaurants for
the evening meal. There are a few fast food places to eat in the evenining within
a safe 5-10 minute walk of the hotel.
If canceling more than 10 days before the first class day
- 75% refund.
If canceling in less than 10 days before the first class day
- 50% refund.
Canceling within 3 days before or failure to attend - NO REFUND.
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