LANSDALE, Pa. — Automotive technicians who want to enhance their mobile A/C and engine cooling system service knowledge should mark their calendars now for the 2009 edition of the MACS Worldwide Mobile A/C and Engine Cooling System Update clinics. MACS annual update clinics present information for the working technician that can be put to use immediately in the shop, according to MACS.
Some of the topics to be covered in 2009 will include:
· Another look at heater core failures and electrolysis;
· Assuring accurate troubleshooting;
· Cautions on oils and dyes in hybrid car A/C systems;
· Clutch-less compressors an In-depth look;
· Diagnosing blower motor circuits and circuit components;
· Dynamic resistance/voltage drop testing HVAC DTCs a practical approach to diagnostics;
· New electronic leak detector technology;
· Using anemometers;
· Vacuum circuit diagnosis tips, tricks and new information;
· What Are “Stretchy” Belts?;
· What’s Happening on the New Refrigerant Front?
· Highlights from the MACS 2009 convention technical programming; and more.
Watch the MACS website for a schedule of 2009 MACS training clinics. The majority of clinics will be scheduled between March and May 2009. If you are interested in hosting or attending a clinic e-mail [email protected].