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Electricity and Electronics Diagnostics in Hartford, CT
Posted to Industry Events Forum on 6/16/2019 4 Replies

A group of technicians local to Hartford, Connecticut, learned I was going to be on the East Coast in July. They have asked me to present my Auto & Truck Electrical and Electronics Diagnostics Class while I am there. This is not a typical Electrical Class.

With this in mind, it looks like the class will be presented on Saturday, July 13. I'm still finalizing specifics, and will post more later. Here is what the class is all about:

Class Title: Electrical and Electronics Diagnostics: What You Didn't Learn in School

NOTE: THIS CLASS APPLIES TO ALL VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS: GASOLINE, DIESEL, HYBRID AND/OR ELECTRIC

TOPICS COVERED:

· What really goes on inside your multi-meter and how it applies to diagnosis · Breaking down wiring diagrams into their simplest components, thereby facilitating diagnosis · Why fuses don't blow · Why Kirchhoff's Laws apply more to diagnosis than Ohm's Laws · What the "real world" voltage drop specs are · Electrical circuits and their components · Common diagnostic mistakes and how to avoid them · What a negative resistance value really means · How Hall Effect sensors really work, and how to properly diagnose them · Analysis of real world diagnostic dilemmas (case studies)

Please send me an e-mail if you want more info. [...]

Mike Cleary
Technician/Educator/Instructor
Cleary Automotive/Automotive Technical Support Services
Fresno, California, USA

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