Are We Done Yet? An Intro to Preparing Your Diagnostic Process - Brake & Front End

Are We Done Yet? An Intro to Preparing Your Diagnostic Process

Sponsored By OPUS IVS

Date: April 29, 2021

Diagnosing a vehicle can be a challenging undertaking. You’ll save a lot of time and frustration if you build and follow a methodical diagnostic process. This free introductory webinar will focus on a series of steps and test procedures to implement into your workflow at the beginning of every repair to avoid misdiagnosis.

During this webinar you’ll learn a defined 3-step process that will help guide you. Our presenter will share technical resources and discuss a few diagnostic case studies.

Topics covered:
• Basic Electrical Diagnostics
• Voltage Dropping
• How to Properly Read a Wire Diagram
• Scan Codes & Proper Research
• Understanding Your Process

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