MACS Announces 2005 Mobile A/C Update Clinic Schedule - aftermarketNews

MACS Announces 2005 Mobile A/C Update Clinic Schedule

The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide will host a series of 12 Mobile A/C Update training clinics across the United States in 2005.

LANSDALE, PA — The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide will host a series of 12 Mobile A/C Update training clinics across the United States in 2005.

The clinics will deliver the most current A/C repair topics and will be held with the support of local MACS members and affiliates. The seminars will feature highlights from the 2005 MACS Convention, held Feb. 1-3 in Las Vegas, as well as other information. Topics covered will include A/C and OBD II, A/C System “Hop-Ups,” Blower Motor Issues, Diagnosing Compressor Clutch Problems, Flooded Evaporator Systems (aka Orifice Tube/Accumulator Systems), Future A/C and Cooling System Technology, Help With Corroded Fittings, Humidity Based Performance Testing, More Coolant Confusion, Retrieving and Clearing A/C Related DTCs, Vehicle Manufacturer Service Information Websites – A Brief Lesson; and many more.

“Training and education is one of our main missions as a society,” said MACS President and COO, Elvis Hoffpauir. “MACS 2005 Mobile A/C Update Clinic was created and compiled by MACS Manager of Service Training Paul DeGuiseppi to provide working service technicians the best in mobile A/C and engine cooling system technical information. Well trained mobile A/C service technicians can provide more efficient and competent service contributing to greater repair shop profitability and customer satisfaction.”

All clinics will run from 6-10PM. Dates and cities include:

March 3-Tampa, Fla.
March 8-Phoenix, Ariz.
March 15-San Antonio, Texas
March 16-Corpus Christi, Texas
March 17-Harlingen, Texas
April 14-Baltimore, Md.
April 14-Lansdale, Pa.
April 19-Columbus, Ohio
April 20- Grayslake, Ill.
April 21-Omaha, Neb.
April 26-Medina, Ohio
April 28-Wellesley, Mass.

Each clinic attendee will receive a MACS 2005 Mobile A/C Update Clinic manual. The pre-registration cost to attend the MACS clinics is $45 for members and $65 for non-members. On-site registration will be $75.

To register for these clinics, please visit the MACS website training page at or call the MACS office at 215/631-7020 and dial “0”, or e-mail [email protected].


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