Automechanika Chicago 2017 will focus on the service repair segment and forego the collision repair segment to address concerns regarding conflicting dates with one of the collision repair industry’s long-time shows, NACE, produced by the Automotive Service Association.
Transmission malfunctions can be caused by a variety reasons, both inside the transmission and out, according to Wayne Colonna, who presented “Transmission and Drivability Diagnostics” at Automechanika Chicago.
Bernie Thompsonshared techniques that technicians could immediately apply to customer concerns related to EVAP system leak Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs), showing them how to verify that a leak was actually occurring and how big a leak it was before they even opened the hood or raised the vehicle on their lift.
The NACE Automechanika Commitment to Training completed its third one-day training event of 2016 in mid-November, with a record turnout that brought the total number of automotive professionals trained this year to more than 370.
NACE Automechanika, the largest U.S. trade show dedicated to high-end technical and management-related training for automotive service and collision repair shops, offers new, no-cost training opportunities for today's automotive professionals.
If you have a presentation you would like to share with professionals in the collision repair industry, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) and its educational partner, the Automotive Management Institute (AMi), would like to hear from you.
As the largest U.S. tradeshow dedicated to high-end technical and management-related training for the automotive service and collision repair shops, the new collaboration between NACE and Automechanika Chicago only strengthens the platform to connect each segment of the market.