Fleet Service Managers
Dealership Service Managers
a Hands-On Vehicle Electrical/Electronics
Troubleshooting Training Program
you can provide to the techs in your shop
even while they're working in the shop!
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PHASE 1 Vehicle Electrical/Electronics Troubleshooting Workshop
PHASE 2 Vehicle Electrical/Electronics Troubleshooting Workshop
Vince Fischelli on you-tube!
Bus Network Troubleshooting
Training available in PDF format by email.
To read about it and order Click Here.
deny your technicians needed electrical-electronics troubleshooting
training just because it's hard to find or not available in your
You can have it in your shop!
No need to send techs away for critical
electrical training with the big expense involved and lose their
productive shop time!
you can provide your auto/truck service technicians with electrical-electronics
troubleshooting training while they're working in the shop using
our electrical troubleshooting training program.
techs begin to use this troubleshooting training on the very
next electrical work order. In that way you'll know this troubleshooting
training is paying off.
is the type of electrical troubleshooting training techs should
have had when they attended technical school. In fact, many tech
schools now use this same troubleshooting training program.
you purchase our training programs you will always have them
available for your techs and for new techs who come on board.
They can all share the same troubleshooting training programs.
electrical-electronics troubleshooting training is for
Truck Service Technicians,
Heavy Equipment Service Technicians,
about anyone in your shop who needs to know more about electrical-electronics
how to begin providing electrical training for
your technicians! Get them a copy of "SHORTCUTS"
Vince Fischelli's vehicle electrical book-
shows a technician how to troubleshoot vehicle electrical circuits
on-the-vehicle step-by-step with just a DMM and Current
Clamp and a lot more!
Read about it Here
What makes vehicle electrical-electronics troubleshooting training
from Veejer Enterprises so different is that we focus all our
efforts to develop vehicle electrical and electronic system troubleshooting
This enables us to probe deeper into the subject and focus with
unusual insight on what a service technician needs to know to
successfully troubleshoot vehicle electrical problems and electronic
problems without the burden of memorizing excessive electrical
Our troubleshooting training techniques emphasize a hands-on
approach to improve technician electrical troubleshooting skills.
Our hands-on approach helps a technician become a better hands-on
electrical-electronic system troubleshooter in less training
ALSO NEED . . .
shows a technician how to run a quick initial check of a 14V
electrical system in about 5-8 minutes. This test procedure is
very important to perform FIRST if you have an electrical problem,
an on-board computer failure or especially when you have a no-code
driveability issue. This laminated flip-chart shows a technician
how to perform each test step and what the correct reading should
be. It then specifies what to check if a DMM reading is too high
or too low.
auto electrical system troubleshooting flip-chart, FIRST THINGS FIRST used throughout the
auto service industry and truck service industry to check out
an auto electrical or truck electrical system. Check the battery,
the cranking circuit, primary ground circuits (engine ground
and accessory ground) and charging system using only a DMM and
THINGS FIRST which guides the technician step-by-step.
Click here for a Free Tutorial
about an auto or truck electrical system and specific information
about using the FIRST THINGS FIRST
Read about "FIRST THINGS
time to time we offer a 5-day hands-on electrical-electronics
troubleshooting workshop in Dallas, Texas. click here.
If you would like to consider your technicians attending this
unique training opportunity make sure we have your Email address
so we can contact you by Email when ever a workshop is scheduled.
can send your technicians to hands-on electrical-electronic troubleshooting
workshops in Dallas.
We offer two workshops.
3-Day Phase 1 Workshop Read about it here!
3-Day Phase 2 Workshop Read
about it here!
DON'T HAVE TO WAIT FOR A WORKSHOP IN DALLAS TO MAKE THIS ELECTRICAL
TRAINING AVAILABLE TO YOUR TECHNICIANS. YOU CAN PROVIDE IT FOR
THEM IN YOUR SHOP.
No longer does
a repair shop owner or fleet service manager have to lose valuable
shop time sending a technician away for vital electrical-electronics
Begin their training
SHORTCUTS" and also FIRST THINGS FIRST. Both books will get
them started doing electrical work with training that will prepare
them for more advanced Veejer training you can provide them while
they are working in the shop. Start seeing results on the next
electrical work order as technicians get into this training and
gain self-confidence in electrical.
begin to show up after the first few hours a tech is immersed
in this electrical troubleshooting training program using both"SHORTCUTS" & FIRST THINGS FIRST.
up these two books with our live circuit hands-on training
program (explained below) a shop owner can continue to train
techs in the shop, to the next level, while they're on the job.
Continue to see improved production in their electrical repair
work as your techs progress through this training program.
all the benefits of this electrical-electronics troubleshooting
training program, GET THIS . . .
This training can be made available to your techs without you,
the shop owner, having to be the teacher, although you can add
your training and experience to enhance the overall training
program if you wish. You simply oversee the training which is
self-paced and shows techs how to apply live circuit hands-on
troubleshooting techniques. You could even have your lead tech
oversee the training program so you can focus on running the
shop. He can keep you informed on everyone's progress.
This live circuit hands-on electrical troubleshooting
training program (explained below) works well in the shop because
the training program is self-paced. The hands-on training program is divided
into short time consuming nuggets so techs can spend a few minutes
during each work day while on a short break or lunch period to
do a short training exercise in his own workbook while
using or sharing the hands-on troubleshooting trainer
circuit boards with other techs.
Simply set up the troubleshooting trainers at a location in the
shop away from the hustle and bustle where a tech can sit down
and work on the hands-on troubleshooting trainers for
a few minutes at a time and write down his answers in his student
work book. In a week a tech can accomplish a lot of training
during short breaks each day.
Watch as techs begin to compete with each other over completing
exercises and successfully troubleshooting the electrical problems.
This hands-on troubleshooting training program is actually
This training program has a lot of hands-on electrical troubleshooting
practice to keep techs interested as they see the results developing
in their electrical troubleshooting skills. They can begin using
this electrical training almost immediately on the job as they
progress. You don't have to wait for weeks of training time to
Included in each module is an Instructor Guide with all the information for using the program
and answers to all the exercises to compare with what is written
in each technician's workbook. A tech can hand you his workbook
and you can check out how he's doing using the Instructor Guide
without having to study the training program yourself.
your techs can share the same Troubleshooting Trainer but each
tech should have his own Student Workbook for maximum benefit.
Technicians welcome this training once they get started and sample
it because it has a lot of hands-on they will find interesting
to study They will see quickly how they can use this troubleshooting
training in the shop on the very next electrical job they work
on. From that point it only gets better.
IT DOESN'T COST A LOT OF MONEY!
Techs learn how to troubleshoot auto/truck
electrical/electronic circuits with this unique hands-on troubleshooting
training program using live circuits! Every thing is included
in the box. The work book with each Troubleshooting Trainer Kit
(or module) is written in an easy to understand style techs can
follow on their own without an instructor present. Student workbooks
have step-by-step instructions broken down into small learning
exercises so techs can learn on their own in short time blocks
as they develop their electrical circuit test and measurement
skills using a DMM.
TECHS CAN SET THEIR OWN PACE FOR LEARNING. Step-by-step instruction
is combined with a little reading interwoven with some hands-on
exercises to keep them interested and learning. No time is wasted
building electrical circuits. Simply snap the Troubleshooting
Trainer circuit boards together, hook up the power supply, open
up a student workbook and techs are ready to start learning the
troubleshooting techniques using live circuit troubleshooting
examples. Each circuit principle and troubleshooting technique
is illustrated with large schematic diagrams and illustrations
so techs begin to understand how to read schematic diagrams
at the same time while learning how to troubleshoot live electrical
circuits using their own DMM on the Troubleshooting Trainers.
Techs first master the necessary troubleshooting techniques and
understand each circuit as they follow along in their own workbook.
Then they begin troubleshooting live circuit problems one at
a time that you, the shop owner or lead tech has inserted into
the Troubleshooting Trainers (circuit boards). All you have to
do is follow simple instructions contained in the Instructor
Guide which has all the information to set up an electrical
troubleshooting problem and answers to troubleshooting problems
you need to evaluate their progress. In this way, you remain
in charge of the training program and the time spent by each
tech as you, or your lead tech, monitor technician progress.
inserted in the Troubleshooting Trainer circuit boards are just
as they appear in an actual vehicle circuit. DMM readings obtained
during troubleshooting match what you would find in a vehicle
circuit. Repetitious troubleshooting exercises ensure self confidence
and solid, fool proof troubleshooting skill is developed.
a few tips on how to make this electrical training program work
set up the Troubleshooting Trainers (circuit boards) in a convenient
place in the shop for a tech to sit down for a few minutes early
in the morning, during lunch, a few minutes after the day is
over or at personal break intervals during the day so he can
do the exercise of the day or troubleshoot the "problem
of the day" that you have set up for them following the
Instructor Guide information. In this way your techs can all share
the same Troubleshooting Trainer circuit boards and that keeps
your training costs down. However, technicians need their own personal workbook.
suggest that once a week you call for a short shop meeting to
have the techs discuss the exercises or troubleshooting problems
covered that week. Techs can discuss each others questions or
share their success in learning to troubleshoot live electrical
circuits. They can also share how they have used what they have
learned so far to help them fix a vehicle electrical problem
in the shop. They even will enjoy competing with each other over
who has finished the day's assignment or that day's electrical
Review the following
4 hands-on electrical troubleshooting training programs you can
provide for your techs so they can learn how to troubleshoot
auto/truck electrical-electronic circuits.
the links to make a purchase when you are ready to order!
Keep in mind these hands-on electrical trainers should be studied
in numerical order.
1. Begin with
The Starter Kit, H-111A
The Starter Kit is the required
first troubleshooting trainer and covers the beginning
but essential electrical circuit troubleshooting techniques technicians
should use to troubleshoot electrical circuits. The Starter Kit
gives technicians simple step-by-step troubleshooting procedures
to follow which they practice with hands-on application using
the live troubleshooting trainer circuit boards from the Starter
Kit shown below. They can study each troubleshooting principle
in their workbook with short exercises that individually do not
consume a lot of time yet quickly build up their understanding
of electrical circuits and how to test, measure and troubleshoot
a live circuit using their DMM as they proceed through the training
Each Starter Kit contains
1 each Power Board, H-PCB01A
1 each Lamp Board, H-PCB02A
1 each Student Workbook
H-SM01/02A (about 65 pages)
1 each "Top Secret"
Instructor Guide, H-IG01/02A
The Power Supply included in the H-111A (called the H-PS01) is
designed for use with 115-120VAC, U.S.A. line power requirements.
(We have power supplies
for UK and European countries at a slight additional charge if
you are a shop in a country with different line power connections
than used in the USA.)
OK, I want to get
my techs started. Send
me a Starter Kit H-111A for $269.00 plus s/h. (Please note prices can change without notice.
The price on the shopping cart is always the current price.)
additional Starter Kit student workbooks (H-SM01/02A at $29.95
Each tech should have his own personal workbook copy to guide
him through the self-paced training program exercises. This training
program isn't as effective if techs share a workbook. There is
essential study material they need to review as they proceed
through the training program, a lot of blanks they need to fill
in as they study along and places to write down all their troubleshooting
steps and DMM readings they get while troubleshooting live electrical
Shop owners can review each tech's workbook to see how each tech
is doing. Don't worry, your Instructor Guide has all the answers.
(Don't let techs sneak a peek at the answers. That's why we
label the instructor guide "Top Secret".)
After your techs have completed the Starter Kit, H-111A with
you are ready to start them on the next add-on Troubleshooting
Trainer, H-113 with 42 electrical problems, Troubleshooting DC
Motor Circuits; then H-115, Troubleshooting Relay Circuits with
75 electrical problems, and finally H-116, Wire Harness Troubleshooting
with over 108 electrical problems.
Check out these add-on electrical-electronic troubleshooting
trainers by clicking on the links below. Purchase these troubleshooting
trainers as you need them to expand your electrical-electronic
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Motor Troubleshooting Trainer, H-113
This module covers troubleshooting DC motor circuits (both brushless
and wire wound DC motor circuits) and has about 46 electrical problems and a more advanced section on correctly
using ohmmeters and the DMM's Diode Test feature to test brushless
DC motors which are becoming very common in vehicle applications.
me a Troubleshooting DC Motor H-113 for $169.00 plus s/h.
me extra DC Motor work books H-SM03 at $34.95 each plus s/h.
Troubleshooting Trainer, H-115
This module is an exhaustive trainer covering 75 relay circuit problems. A major topic covered in this module
concerns spike suppression diodes and the correct way to troubleshoot
a relay in a relay circuit. After completing this module techs
will never again be stumped by a relay or relay circuit problem
in any circuit on any vehicle at any time.
me a Troubleshooting Relay Circuits H-115 for $189.00 plus
me extra relay work books H-SM05 at $39.95 each plus s/h
Harness Troubleshooting Trainer, H-116
This module covers troubleshooting wiring harnesses and is the
most advanced Troubleshooting Trainer. All Troubleshooting Trainer
circuit boards are connected together into a Mini-Electrical-System
we call the "M.E.S." using the Wire Harness Troubleshooting
Trainer. This module offers techs some advanced electrical systems
troubleshooting practice of multiple live electrical circuits
interconnected into an electrical system with over 108 practice electrical systems
problems to stimulate their electrical troubleshooting skill.
me a Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer for $275.00 plus s/h
me extra student work books H-SM06 at $34.95 each plus s/h
BOSS - TIME TO MAKE THE DECISION TO GET STARTED! IT'S UP TO YOU!
an order using our secure shopping cart. Purchase each Troubleshooting
Trainer as they are needed by clicking on the appropriate links
above or the links below. No need to buy all the kits at once.
Buy them in order as needed as your techs progress! Once you
have the first Troubleshooting Trainer Kit, H-111A, you can have
all your techs share the same Troubleshooting Trainer and new
techs jump in as they are hired on. You only need one Troubleshooting
Trainer for the shop.
Each tech proceeds at his own pace following exercises in his
own work book.
a Starter Kit, H-111A, for $269.00 plus S/H and begin training
It's a modest investment to provide your techs with essential
electrical-electronics troubleshooting training and you'll always
have the training program available for your techs to keep sharp!
additional H-111A Student Work Books,
Part Number H-SM01/02A, for $29.95 plus S/H for each of your
techs and keep an extra copy on hand so there is no delay getting
a new tech started in his electrical troubleshooting training.
To purchase extra Student
Work Books, H-SM01/02A click
Many techs have
told us they wish they had had this type of electrical training
when they started their careers. If they had only known then,
what this electrical training taught them now, they would have
made a lot more money over the years and had a lot more fun doing
IN-HOUSE ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONICS TRAINING
YOU CAN PROVIDE FOR YOUR TECHS
Vehicle Electronics Training Course is a 60 lesson home study course with in depth
instruction in vehicle electrical-electronic circuits and troubleshooting.
Many of the lessons are referenced in the Tech's work books if
techs want to seek additional or more in depth information at
various intervals in the hands-on troubleshooting training program.
We suggest you place the lessons in a large 3-ring binder in
the shop or designated study area to make it available to techs.
When techs encounter a suggestion in their student work book
to refer to a lesson for more information they can seek out the
3-ring binder and get more information. Lessons can be ordered
in printed booklets or on CDROM. See this
link for more information on "The" (60-lesson) Vehicle
Electronics Training Course.
out our Testimonials and see what successes
other shop owners, teachers and techs have achieved using our
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THINGS FIRST" . . . Buy
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