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Dates Wednesday, August 19 - Thursday, September 03
Time 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific Time each evening

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Instructor Wally Mouradian & Rick Kelley
Contact Heather Fitzgerald - (800) 233-3182 Ext. 325
Download Enrollment Form  NOTE: Complete enrollment form and fax to (858) 486-8530.

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Webinar Information for Chrysler session 1:

Date: Wednesday, August 19th & Thursday, August 20th
Time: 5:30pm to 7pm Pacific Time each evening

Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and Chrysler diagnostics have always been quite a bit different compared to other Domestic vehicles. For example, the use of a MAP sensor instead of a MAF sensor changes everything about testing breathing and fueling conditions. Also, power supply faults, engine position sensor issues, sensed timing faults, and PCM driver failures are extremely common, although symptoms and codes can be misleading. Even if you are familiar with these faults, the precise patterns are changing as the old fleet gets older and newer designs introduce a fresh batch of challenges.  To address the faults on newer engines and systems, we’ve mined the industry for the best approach to solving complex faults.

Coverage includes:

  • High level indicators for all drivability fault categories
  • MAF Sensors, Real & Imagined: Many new Chryslers use actual MAF sensors, but now they all support calculated MAF PIDs. We’ve determined when you can trust that PID, and how various faults affect the calculation.
  • Best possible cause lists for misfiring
  • Chrysler-specific MAP and vacuum fault reactions
  • PCM driver faults and repeat component failures
  • Network Architecture:  Learn workarounds for when TIPM failures prevent Scan Tool communication, and see how Chrysler has solved its own problem on newer applications using redundancy and parallel communication paths.


Webinar Information for Chrysler session 2:

Date: Wednesday, September 2nd & Thursday, September 3rd
Time: 5:30pm to 7pm Pacific Time each evening

This Chrysler training webinar is the latest installment in our Engine Performance series, and continues the evolution of our products from a systems-based layout to a diagnostics-based layout. Because of the new format, today’s more complex symptoms and codes become easier to understand in the classroom and far easier to diagnose back in the shop. This approach applies to new and legacy engine management systems, so it will change the way you approach any Chrysler vehicle. This webinar and optional manual were built by analyzing actual diagnostic struggles and documenting the shortest diagnostic paths for fuel systems, engine mechanical faults, and emissions systems.

Coverage includes:

  • High level indicators for all drivability fault categories
  • New low compression, low vacuum strategies
  • Variable Valve Timing system tips and tricks
  • Differentiating mechanic timing faults & slipped sensor triggers
  • Fuel Trim diagnostic tips to avoid being mislead
  • Nailing Rear Fuel Trim faults
  • The new Air/Fuel Sensor (AFS)
  • O2 sensor bias variations & diagnostic traps
  • Using O2 sensor ‘Goal Voltage’ PIDs
  • Simpler methods for diagnosing codes on LDP, ESIM, and NVLD EVAP systems
  • Fiat MultiAir:  The Fiat variable intake valve lift system is used on many Chryslers, so we’ve documented lots of known-good PIDs, voltage, and current values for your reference


Please note that all webinar related sales are final. No refunds.