ASA-Illinois will host several Hands-On Tech Training (HOTT) events in 2018. The series was created in response to the popularity of the hands-on scope training offered at ASA-Illinois’ 2016 and 2017 CAN Conferences. The first two dates have been set for Saturday, April 21 at College of DuPage and Saturday, April 28 at Triton College.
Register online now for the early bird rate of just $195 for members (through March 30) or get more information at ASAillinois.com.
Choose from Two All-Day Hands-On Courses:
Effective Electrical Troubleshooting: Digital Storage Oscilloscope Application and Testing
Instructor: Louie Nelson
Sponsored by Advance Auto Parts / Carquest Training Institute (CTI)
This hands-on course will present practical application of Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO) techniques. Appropriate testing methods of major automotive systems including fuel, ignition, charging/starting and engine mechanical will be presented. Each system will be approached with the following questions:
What am I working on/how does it work?
What questions do I need answers to for effective analysis?
What DSO technique can I use to obtain those answers?
What results should I expect?
Learn the best way to setup and capture waveforms that provide precise information for problem analysis. Voltage, current, pressure and comparative multichannel tests will be taught as they best apply to specific components and circuits. Learn how to turn your oscilloscope skills from just “running” your scope into analyzing with your DSO. This is an all day hands-on class. Students should bring their lab scopes, accessories and chargers if possible.
2018 Comprehensive Update on Chrysler Emission and Engine Performance
Instructor: Ken Zanders
Are you utilizing the full capabilities of WiTech? Here’s your chance to learn what Chrysler won’t show you, and get the latest on tools and techniques for diagnosing and improving engine performance and emissions in Chrysler vehicles. Ken Zanders has spent years staying informed about new and emerging technology, and discovering all of the extensive capabilities of WiTech, and now Witech II, software. A variety of different scan tools and lab scope techniques will be presented. Students should bring their lab scopes, accessories and chargers if possible.
This advanced-level, all-day course will provide the following insight:
1) Making the most of Witech II and Micropod II
2) TechAuthority capabilities
3) Repair techniques in reference to monitors
4) Pin out box usage for their various controllers