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Steps to tackling drivability, electrical concerns

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - 07:00
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With such an outstanding list of instructors conducting training at NACE Automechanika 2017, it’s hard to pick out just a few to write about. Every one of them is committed to helping technicians and shop owners succeed and most of them came up through the ranks so they understand the challenges you face.


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Some, like Eric Ziegler, are still in the fight – shop owners, technicians or (as is the case for Eric) mobile diagnosticians on the road helping shops. Eric is the owner of EZ Diagnostic Solutions and offers diagnostic and reprogramming services to both the mechanical repair shops and collision shops in his area. His experiences are put to use not only in helping them, but helping us too, as he applies the lessons he learns to his second life as a contract trainer for Automotive Seminars and The Driveability Guys.

Eric will be teaching two sessions at the NACE Automechanika training event in Chicago, July 26-29. During the afternoon on Friday, July 28, he’ll lead a session on “Using Current Probes To Diagnose Drivability Dilemmas” and in the morning on Saturday, July 29, he’ll be sharing his tips on “Essential Diagnostics - The Steps You Need To Take In Tackling Every Driveability and Electrical Concern.”

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Eric shared with me his thoughts on what makes his classes unique and told me, “I think my classes are unique in that the case studies are real world and the class isn’t necessarily on just one OE or one vehicle system. Both are a 'method and techniques' class that help students make the complex easier to understand.” No matter which session you choose, Eric will help you “learn new time saving techniques to streamline the diagnostic process”.

I’ve had the privilege of knowing Eric for a few years now. He’s a regular contributor to the pages of the magazine as well as having been a featured instructor in our first event back in 2015. He’s been teaching for the last 7 or 8 years but he’ll be the first to tell you he’s as much of a student today as he’s ever been.

Yeah, I know -  there are way too many choices for sessions you can take at our Chicago event and I sympathize with you, I really do. But if you find yourself torn in making your choice for either of these time slots, I assure you that spending that time with Eric will not be disappointing.

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