On October 3rd, the Canadian Independent Automotive Association plans to hold a one-day seminar on powerstroke diagnostic and troubleshooting at the Chateau Louis Hotel and Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta. The training class will be spearheaded by eight-time award-winning Ford Motor Company Certified Senior master technician and powerstroke engine specialist, Mike Cleary.
Topics set to take place at the seminar include powerstroke systems operation; powerstroke subsystem strategies and operating systems; how to diagnose and repair the most common fault codes; how to increase your knowledge of various electronic engine control system components; troubleshooting shortcuts to increase your efficiency; analyzing actual case studies in order to become more effective with your diagnostic skills; technical tips, technical service bulletin info, and other “need to know” info.
Cleary has served on two separate Ford technician advisory boards, and was recognized by Ford Motor Company for his contributions to Ford as a field technician involved in improving the 6.0L Powerstroke Engine Program. He is an ASE certified master technician in both the automobile and heavy truck categories, as well as being L1 and L2 Certified. He is also certified by the state of California as an advanced emission specialist technician, and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology from California State University, Fresno.
The cost of the seminar is $295 ($285 if paid by August 31) and the fee includes a full colour manual, handouts, and food. For more information or to register call (559) 325-3546 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.