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March 8, 2017


The electronic computer-controlled systems in vehicles are some of the most highly advanced and reliable systems we have ever seen, but they are also one of the most misunderstood in the industry. These modules or microprocessors are generally referred to as an Electronic Control Module (ECM.  Like any computer component, these ECMs sometimes need updates and/or relearning; to do this, you need to first scan the system. There can be anywhere from 40 to 100 computer controls to operate, communicate and in some cases, record information about the operation of a system or systems that can be used later for diagnosis. Read More


NACE Automechanika Chicago education to focus on trends, technologies and processes

With four days full of training, powerful show floor exhibits, multiple co-located events and new business opportunities, the slate of offerings at NACE Automechanika Chicago brings current, innovative and necessary information to automotive pros from all industry segments. Read More...


Heating up your heating and A/C ASE test prep

The Motor Age Training ASE A7 Study Guide provides technicians with the knowledge and know how to successfully take and pass the ASE engine repair certification exam.  The Heating and A/C Repair study guide and test prep products covers essential details on A/C system service, diagnosis and repair, refrigeration system component diagnosis and repair, heating and engine cooling systems diagnosis and repair and much more. Read More...



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