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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

San Juan Capistrano smog shop
09/13/2017 in the Educators Forum
I have a good customer who's daughter lives in SJC, she has an 07 Honda Civic that will not pass smog due to incomplete monitors. She is willing to drive it up here for me to have for the week, but I told her I would see if anyone is interested in taking ...
Teaching SAE, ISO and DIN brake fittings? brake alloys?
09/02/2017 in the Educators' Forum
I posted on this subject in the Technical Discussion forum. I'm just wondering how widely this is addressed in brake classes at the community college and trade school levels. Work hardening and galvanic activity when using copper/nickel brake lines ISO (b...
Alignment
08/29/2017 in the Educators' Forum
Just finished alignment on 2013 Chevrolet Malibu. When performing the steering angle reset with the Hunter machine, after locating straight ahead it would not complete the reset & would abort. After three or four tries we used the "Snap On" scanner and it...
Scanner Danner Premium
08/12/2017 in the Educators' Forum
I personally have learned a lot from Scanner Danners Premium subscription. Apparently utube is shutting down all paid subscriptions without notice. I would ask to please continue to support him as he sets it back up on his private web page: www.scannerdan...
An opportunity to get the ball rolling
08/08/2017 in the Educators' Forum
I need the collective wisdom of all the educators who contribute to this forum! We have all beat to death the concept of needing shop class back in junior high and on up through high school, right? Or more realistically, we all agree that how does one kno...

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