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Curing Drivetrain, Suspension and Wheel Bearing Noise and Vibration Problems
Sponsored by GSP
Date: April 16, 2020

Drivetrain, suspension and brake noise or vibration complaints can be some of the most difficult problems to diagnose. In a 30-minute webinar sponsored by GSP, we look at the complete corner of the vehicle and how components can work together to produce or counteract noise and/or vibration. These skills are becoming even more important as engines get quieter and electric and hybrid drivetrains become more common.

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The Top 8 TSBs You Need to Know About
Sponsored by Federated Auto Parts
Date: July 20, 2017

During this webinar you'll hear Andrew Markel, Director of Content for Brake & Front End, ImportCar, and Underhood Service, share his unique insights into the latest TSBs and how they will shape your approach to diagnosing and servicing late-model vehicles at your shop -- now and in the future.

Brake Rotor Metallurgy and Diagnostics
Sponsored by MEYLE AG
Date: June 29, 2017

Rotors are highly-engineered components on both a mechanical and molecular level. Find out how metallurgy influences the performance of a rotor, how carbon content can improve a rotor’s strength, proper installation methods, and how you can give your customers different rotor options.

TPMS Made Simple: A General TPMS Overview
Sponsored by Schrader Performance Sensors
Date: June 08, 2017

During this 30-minute educational webinar, Schrader's Senior Technical Trainer and TIA-Certified Instructor, W Rippetoe, will discuss the basic concepts around TPMS. He will review the fundamentals of Test Before Touch, service kits, types of sensors and best practices.  You will also have the chance to tap into his general TPMS knowledge during the FAQ session.

Brake System Core Diagnostics
Sponsored by Raybestos Brakes
Date: May 18, 2017

When the ABS or ESC takes over during an emergency, it needs a fully functional brake system to carry out the correction.  This 30 minute webinar is designed to help technicians understand the connection between conventional braking systems and the ABS/ESC variety in a way that leads to more sound, safer repairs.

What Are Your Options For Air Ride Repair?
Sponsored by Arnott
Date: April 27, 2017

The path to a long-lasting air ride suspension repair can be challenging for technicians. Learn about your options when you are repairing or converting an air-ride-equipped vehicle to passive ride control components. This webinar will also help you become more confident and profitable in selling air ride repair solutions.

Understanding TPMS Relearn Procedures
Sponsored by Schrader Performance Sensors
Date: March 23, 2017

Hear about the most important practices around TPMS relearn procedures. During this free webinar you’ll hear about the difference between programming and relearning, the three types of relearn procedures and when to use each, and several tricks for performing relearns quicker.

Cash In on Telematics Service: How Advanced Vehicle Technologies Will Change Your Shop's Business Model
Sponsored by Automotive Service Association (ASA)
Date: February 22, 2017

Telematics systems are changing your connection with your customer -- impacting where, why, and how their vehicles are serviced.  Are you prepared?  This free 30-minute webinar will discuss the evolving service/maintenance mix, the diagnostic needs of todayís vehicles, and how you can attract (and retain) customers who drive telematics-equipped vehicles.

The Top TSBs of 2016
Sponsored by Federated Auto Parts
Date: December 15, 2016

While some recalls and TSBs made the front pages in 2016, other valuable TSBs were added to repair information databases without notice.  During this webinar, ASE-certified technician Andrew Markel will explore the TSB issues that can help you spot common pattern failures on vehicles ñ- and help you get into the heads of automakers and engineers who issue TSBs.

What the Books Won’t Tell You About Brake Jobs
Sponsored by Raybestos Brakes
Date: October 13, 2016

Hear about some of the common misconceptions many students have about brakes and brake service. ASE-certified technician Andrew Markel will cover 10 important topics – like the myth that brake rotors warp, what really happens to brake hardware, and why brake fluid matters.

How to Drive More TPMS Sales by Following a Standard Operating Procedure
Sponsored by Schrader Performance Sensors
Date: October 18, 2016

Your shop can service more tire pressure monitoring systems and increase profits simply by talking to the customer and covering several important points.  During this free webinar, certified instructor W Rippetoe will discuss how having a Standard Operating Procedure around TPMS can help your shop generate more sales, as well as improve safety and address liability issues.

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