MINNEAPOLIS — The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers, Minnesota (AASP-MN) has released its schedule of fall educational programs.
AASP-MN will host an educational program on “Inflatable Restraint Systems,” from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Dunwoody College of Technology in Minneapolis, Minn.
The course, presented by Butch Lysholm of Occupational Air Bag Inflatable Restraint Education, will cover primary, secondary and supplemental restraints; the location, identification and deactivation of air bag systems; mechanisms of injury/fatality; crash testing; and what’s new in airbag technology.
From 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30, Al McAvoy of DaimlerChrysler will present “Chrysler OBDII and Fuel Injection Systems” at Hennepin Technical College in Brooklyn Park, Minn. The course will consist of an update on the Chrysler fuel injection system and OBDII operation and diagnosis; misfire detection and diagnosis; leak detection pump (LDP) diagnosis and service; and flash updates.
The two seminars are being sponsored by AASP-MN along with the association’s 2004 educational partners: AAA Auto Salvage, AAA MN/IA Approved Auto Repair, Akzo Nobel, Albert Lea Auto Salvage, bodyshopmall.com, CARQUEST Auto Parts, Dupont, Federated Insurance, Hanratty & Associates, IDENTIFIX, Keystone Automotive, Luther Parts Express, Meadowbrook Insurance, Midwest Auto Parts Distributors, Red Rooster Auto Stores, Sherwin Williams, Viking Auto Salvage and Waste Management.
For additional information or to register for one of the events, contact the AASP-MN office at (612) 623-1110 or 800-852-9071 or register online at www.aaspmn.org.
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