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Ford Powerstroke class set in British Columbia

Monday, August 25, 2008 - 23:00
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Automotive Technical Support Services presents Ford 6.0L D.I.T. Diesel: Powerstroke Troubleshooting as its next course offering.

The class is Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Automotive Retailers Association, No. 1-8980 Fraserwood Court, Burnaby, British Columbia.

The seminar will include:
• Powerstroke systems operation
• Powerstroke subsystem strategies and operating systems
• How to diagnose and repair the most common fault codes
• Various engine control system components
• Troubleshooting shortcuts to increase your efficiency
• Information on how a “memory code” may be a “hard fault”
• How to analyze 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.

The course will be led by Mike Cleary, an eight time award winning Ford Motor Company Certified Senior Master Technician and Powerstroke Engine Specialist. He 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. He has been a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers since 1980.

He currently owns his own shop, Cleary Automotive, specializing in high tech driveability and electronics repairs on Powerstroke Engine Systems, having worked on Powerstroke vehicles daily since their release in the mid 1994 model year. He also provides high tech driveability and electronics training for technicians worldwide for his training company, Automotive Technical Support Services.

The course costs $249 (Canadian dollars), plus $12.45 (Canadian dollars) GST. The fee includes full-color reference manuals, handouts and lunch. There are no refunds after Sept. 1. To register, contact Rob Kruper at ARA by e-mail at robkruper@ara.bc.ca or by calling (604) 432-7987.

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