Thomson Delmar Learning Releases Three New Publications

Thomson Delmar Learning Releases Three New Publications

Thomson Delmar Learning recently announced the publication of three new training publications: Introduction to OBD II Manual, Diagnostic Computer Based Training (CBT) Course and Instructor's Guide.

Thomson Delmar Learning recently announced the publication of three new training publications: Introduction to OBD II Manual, Diagnostic Computer Based Training (CBT) Course and Instructor’s Guide.

"These training products are designed as easy-to-understand, logical guides aiding in the diagnosis and repair of today’s complex and sophisticated automotive control systems," said Kristen Davis, product development manager for the technology professional business unit of Thomson Delmar Learning. "Using the Introduction to On-Board Diagnostics II (OBD II) training products, users will learn how to quickly spot problems and identify components that are not functioning correctly."

According to the company, the interrelationships between the fuel delivery, emission control, ignition and accessory systems are clearly addressed and explained. Troubleshooting tricks teach readers how to diagnose problems when there is no stored OBD II trouble code, as well as how to handle situations where the trouble code is set by a basic mechanical problem rather than a failure of the indicated component. A substantial portion of the content focuses on logical troubleshooting that can be done without expensive, complicated test equipment and special tools, said Thomson Delmar Learning. CAM data is also included.

The interactive, hands-on, Diagnostic Computer Based Training (CBT) Course on CD-ROM leads users through realistic trouble-code scenarios to reinforce the diagnosis and repair of OBD II systems taught in the manual.

Visit www.trainingbay.com for more information.

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