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News   February 18, 2013   by CARS Magazine

Federal-Mogul Announces Expanded TEC Training Schedule

Federal-Mogul announced an expanded aftermarket technical training schedule comprising more than three dozen hands-on undercar, underhood and engine rebuilding workshops and 15 free technical Webinars.


Federal-Mogul announced an expanded aftermarket technical training schedule comprising more than three dozen hands-on undercar, underhood and engine rebuilding workshops and 15 free technical Webinars.

The Federal-Mogul Technical Education Center (TEC) in St. Louis offers one of the industry’s most extensive training programs, with in-depth instruction in modern classrooms and training bays featuring computer-based alignment stations, a chassis dynamometer, engine rebuilding lab, and electrical system diagnostic tools. All workshops are taught by ASE Master Certified Instructors and meet Continuing Automotive Service Education (CASE) standards.

Hands-on workshops scheduled for 2013 in St. Louis are:

            Undercar

            ABS/Stability Control and Traction Control Diagnostics (TEC202)

            April 22-23, May 15-16, June 24-25, July 10-11, Aug. 21-22, Sept. 9-10

           Advanced Steering and Suspension Diagnostics (TEC104)

            April 24-25, May 13-14, June 26-27, July 8-9, Aug. 19-20, Sept. 11-12

            Brake Diagnostics and Introduction to ABS (TEC201)

            April 29-30, June 17-18, Sept. 16-17, Sept. 23-24, Oct. 21-22

            Steering and Suspension Service (TEC 101)

            May 1-3, June 19-21, Sept. 18-20, Sept. 25-27, Oct. 23-25

            Underhood

            Automotive Electronics (TEC301)

            March 18-19, July 22-23

            Complete Fuel System Diagnostics (TEC306)

            Aug. 14-16, Dec. 11-13

            Engine Performance and Driveability I (TEC304)

            May 8-10, July 24-26, Oct. 16-18, Nov. 6-8

            Engine Performance and Driveability II (TEC307)

            Aug. 12-13, Dec. 9-10

            Ignition System Diagnostics (TEC305)

            March 20-21, May 6-7, Oct. 14-15, Nov. 4-5

            Engine

            Cylinder Head Reconditioning (TEC407)

            July 15-18

            High Performance Engine Service (TEC405)

            Aug. 5-8

            Lower Block Reconditioning and Sealing (TEC404)

            June 10-13

Federal-Mogul also offers a series of free live and archived online training Webinars. The next live Webinar, “Using Your Alignment Machine as a Diagnostic Tool,” will be offered on the following dates: Monday, Feb. 25 (5 p.m. CST), Tuesday, Feb. 26 (6 p.m. CST), Wednesday, Feb. 27 (5 p.m. and 8 p.m. CST), and Thursday, Feb. 28 (noon CST). In addition to live events, the company also offers the following free archived Webinars:

                        •           ASE L1 Test Prep

                        •           Adjustable Ball Joints – When, Why and How to Use Them

                        •           Brake Noise and its Root Causes

                        •           Common Fuel System Diagnostic Mistakes

                        •           Diagnosing Engine Performance Using Fuel Trim

                        •           Diagnostic Alignment Angles

                        •           Fuel Supply Diagnosis

                        •           Fundamentals of Alignment

                        •           How to Check the Integrity of a Fuel System

                        •           Master Truck Ball Joints

                        •           Servicing Brake Systems with Vehicle Stability Control

                        •           Toyota Prius Hybrid Brake Service

                        •           Wheel Speed Sensors

                        •       &
nbsp;   Why Do I Have to Recalibrate Electronic Sensors/How Do I Do It?

To register for a Federal-Mogul TEC training workshop and to access any archived Webinar, simply follow the “Aftermarket” and “Technical” links at www.federalmogul.com or call (888) 771-6005. To register for any Federal-Mogul TEC live Webinar, go to www.federalmoguletec.com.