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News   October 11, 2012   by Auto Service World

Lindertech Automotive Technical Training Conference Runs October 18, 20 & 21st in Toronto

Technicians and locksmiths in Canada will soon have OEM access to over 80% of on-road vehicles in this country. In the first three months of this year, the U.S and Canadian programs received over 94,000 inquiries with over 97% answered in less than three seconds. Technicians have clearly found a new access to data and are now able to repair customer’s cars that previously were sent to the dealership.

This Lindertech Vehicle Security Class conducted by Mark Lemay, will teach how to access the immobilizer and key codes on the following vehicles: Ford, GM, Chrysler, Honda and Toyota and how to join the ranks of those technicians that benefit from being Vehicle Security Professionals.

This means if a customer misplaces their keys, technicians no longer have to send the vehicle to the dealer. You will now be able to start the vehicle when it fails to start due to immobilizer issues. Completion of this class will give you the knowledge and information to be able to register to become a Vehicle Security Professional in Canada.

The course will be held at the Days Hotel & Conference Centre, 240 Belfield Road, Toronto. To register call 416-236-1763 or 1-866-970-7720 Other topics covered include Electonic Stability Controls (ESC), Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems and complete coverage of clone sensors.

The Schedule:

Thursday, Oct. 18 – Mark Lemay – Vehicle Security Professional 4 – 10 pm.

Friday Oct. 19 – Sold Out

Sat. Oct. 20 Dave Scaler TPMS & Electronic Vehicle Stability Controls

Sun. to Oct. 21 8 to Noon – John Thornton VAG-COM Diagnostic System

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