AVI Offers Mastering Hybrid HVAC Systems Training Video

AVI Offers Mastering Hybrid HVAC Systems Training Video

In the Mastering Hybrid HVAC Systems training video, instructor Dave Hobbs teaches you hands-on fundamentals to servicing Hybrid A/C systems. Advance your diagnostic strategies by understanding these complex systems through live on-car demonstrations.

In the Mastering Hybrid HVAC Systems training video, instructor Dave Hobbs teaches you hands-on fundamentals to servicing Hybrid A/C systems. Advance your diagnostic strategies by understanding these complex systems through live on-car demonstrations. Hobbs covers essential hybrid A/C technical tips and tricks on how to keep not only your customers cool, but the hybrid battery from overheating.

In depth instruction and hands on training on:
• Hybrid Safety and the Service Switch;
• Electric AC compressor;  
• Diagnosing coolant sensor DTCs;
• Evacuating and recharging the hybrid A/C system;
• Hybrid Emissions solutions; and
• TIS to Web for Hybrid applications.

Hybrids are 95% the same as a traditional vehicle, however diagnosing that 5% difference can be difficult without knowing important hybrid scanner data PID information. Hobbs introduces you to these hybrid data pids like evaporator fin thermistor, solar sensor, engine coolant temp sensor, air mix servo pulse, electric heater current, and compressor speed using Toyota’s factory scan tool, the Tech Stream to help you understand good vs. bad data readings.

Hobbs also discusses safety tips when evacuating and recharging the A/C system, informing us about the importance of using a J2788 compliant recovery machine to stabilize critical charge systems and demonstrates how to remove harmful PAG oil from the recovery machine and it’s hoses to avoid contamination.

Learn how to apply the techniques today and reduce diagnostic time tomorrow.

Runtime: 120 minutes, manual included.
Available for $124.95 from Automotive Video.

For additional information, visit http://www.auto-video.com/mastering-hybrid-hvac-systems-p-217.html.

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