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Friday, July 28 • 8:00am - 11:00am
Electronic Transmission Diagnostics
Transmissions are controlled by the engine control system and use many of the same sensors, and the sensors used in the transmission should be familiar to drivability technicians. Many transmission symptoms might be caused by engine controls. You must be able to determine if the problem is in the engine or the transmission. Many drivability technicians have the diagnostic equipment and the skills necessary to diagnose these problems and make the repair. Don’t let these opportunities pass you by. In this class you will learn to determine if the engine or the transmission is causing the symptom you are experiencing. Popular electronic inputs and outputs will also be covered. Learn strategies and repairs that can be made without transmission removal and disassembly. Learn common failure items for popular transmissions and stop turning these jobs away.

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Ken Brown

Pro Training Instructor - On Site, Standard Motor Products
Ken’s interest in the automotive field began when he rebuilt the engine of his first car with his father. From then on he was hooked. His professional automotive career began in a small 3-bay gas station 18 years ago in New Jersey. Ken’s experience comes from the many years he spent in the independent repair sector as both technician and business owner. Ken has also been an instructor for an automotive trade school. Early in his career the... Read More →

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Standard Motor Products

Standard Motor Products
Established in 1919 and traded on the NYSE, Standard Motor Products, Inc., (SMP®) is a leading independent manufacturer, distributor and marketer of replacement parts for motor vehicles in the automotive aftermarket industry, with an increasing focus on the original equipment and original equipment service markets. Organized into two major operating segments... Read More →



Friday July 28, 2017 8:00am - 11:00am
McCormick Place - West Building 2301 S. King Drive • Chicago, Illinois 60616