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2017 Lindertech Conference
October 12 2017 @ 08:00 am - October 14 2017 @ 05:00 pm
Lindertech Fall Automotive Technical Training Conference
3 DAYS…October 12 to October 14, 2017 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Oct. 12-13 Location: Cochrane Shop 73 Chauncey Ave. Etobicoke, ON.
Oct. 14 – Location: Hilton Garden Inn, 1870 Matheson Blvd. Mississauga, ON.
2 DAYS: Thursday-Friday Oct 12-13: Maximum 24 students
Instructor: Bob Greenwood
The World is Changing Fast…Will You Fit In?
This workshop will review today’s business realities as it applies to building net profit for your
business through understanding the right numbers to follow in the new aftermarket reality, and how
the objectives of each measurement are achieved.
Instructor: John Thornton and Scot Manna
Mastering Your Lab Scope
his 8 hour class will allow the attendee to get better use of their Snap-On or Pico Lab Scope. Though there will be some classroom discussion, about 7 hours will be dedicated to acquiring patterns on the vehicle. Each attendee will be assigned to a vehicle and given a workbook with many scope pattern acquisition assignments. The assignments are tailored to the assigned vehicle. We will discuss: Scaling; Triggering; Recording; Saving Patterns; Supporting tools such as current probes, synch probes and transducers.
1 DAY Saturday, October 14: No Limit on attendance. Classroom style
AM Class: Air Fuel Sensor Operation and Testing
Instructor: John Thornton
This class will focus on 4 wire air fuel sensor operation and practical scan tool and multimeter testing.
Discussion topics wil include the following: Denso 4 Wire Air Fuel Sensor construction and operation;
Toyota 4 Wire Air Fuel Testing; Honda 4 Wire Air Fuel Sensor Testing; Subaru 4 Wire Air Fuel
Sensor Testing; Case Studies.
PM Class: Figuring out Fuel Trim
Instructor: Scot Manna
Fuel trim has been around a long time and most techs feel they have a good handle on this important
data parameter, yet some manufacturer’s have a unique way of displaying this data. In this class fuel
trim will be explained and the basic concept detailed for diagnostics. More importantly, the different
ways that some brands such as Hyundai and BMW display and explain their fuel trim data will be
explored. Through both research and case studies the mystery behind how fuel trim works will be
shown on actual vehicles. Several diagnostic problems will be analyzed and a better understanding
of this important concept will be highlighted in this course.
For more information and to register call: Leah Cochrane, 416 236-1763