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Professional automotive forum for educators and instructors in the automotive industry to network with each other, discuss lesson plans, training ideas, strategies and best practices, and everything else that happens in the educational/training/vocational environment. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Educators' Forum

Technical School Program Manager - PACCAR
10/26/2020 in the Educators Forum
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Engine lift/platform
10/23/2020 in the Educators Forum
I am in need of guidance/resource/input for an engine platform lift for R&R of FWD engine assemblies. Yep, I know most shops will use anything jack stands to trash cans to hold it up then lift the vehicle up, did it for years the same way. Problem is, in ...
Preparation OEM Skills Competition--Follow up/Conclusion
10/22/2020 in the Educators Forum
First off, thank you guys for the heads up on format and advice offered. I really think the overall experience from beginning to end was worth it and can now check this bucket list item off in my career as a service technician. No more wondering what it w...
Definition of Clean - Cummins
10/14/2020 in the Educators Forum
Page i-20 "Parts must be free of debris that can contaminate any engine system. This does not necessarily mean they have to appear as new. Sanding gasket surfaces until the factory machining marks are disturbed adds no value and..." This is well laid out,...
CDX Usage in New York
10/14/2020 in the Educators Forum
Hello All, I have a few questions for any instructor currently using CDX in New York. I appreciate your time. Be safe...

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