Learn How To Diagnose Import Air Ride Systems In A New Webinar

Learn How To Diagnose Import Air Ride Systems In A New Webinar

This free 30-minute webinar, sponsored by Arnott Air Suspension Products, will cover how to inspect and diagnose air ride suspensions on Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and other import nameplate vehicles. The featured presenter for this webinar will be Andrew Markel, editor of Babcox Media's TechGroup publications and an ASE-certified technician.

2004 Jaguar XJR front suspension.

Air Ride Diagnostics on Imports
A free Brake & Front End and ImportCar webinar
Sponsored by Arnott Air Suspension Products
Thursday, April 28, 2016, at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT

Just about every Asian and European luxury import nameplate manufacturer has a 7- to 10-year-old vehicle on the road with an air ride suspension at all four corners. Chances are one of these vehicles will be coming to your shop sooner rather than later.

This free 30-minute webinar will cover how to inspect and diagnose air ride suspensions on Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and other import nameplate vehicles. The featured presenter for this webinar will be Andrew Markel, editor of Babcox Media’s TechGroup publications and an ASE-certified technician.

arrrThis advanced diagnostic training will discuss:
• Trim Correction Logic
• Compressor Operation and Heat Management
• Reservoir Pressure Management
• Sensor Diagnostics
• Serial Data Bus Information Sharing
• Filters and Modes
• Common Failures and Fault Messages
• Diagnostic Strategies

To register for the seminar, click HERE.

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