"The" 3-Day - Phase 2
Auto/Truck Advanced Electrical
Hands-On Troubleshooting Workshop

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Phase 2 Workshops in Dallas, Texas have been discontinued. But you can still buy the curriculum and study at home.

About the 3 Day - Phase 2
Advanced Hands-On Electrical Troubleshooting Workshop
This is for auto/truck/heavy duty hands-on electrical troubleshooting training!
The ultimate electrical training experience!

Covers advanced level electrical system troubleshooting of Brushless DC Motor Circuits; Relay Circuits and troubleshooting CAN Bus circuits.

You should not purchase the Phase 2 Curriculum if you have not completed the Phase 1 Curriculum.

Some of what you will learn with the Phase 2 Curriculum.

Learn to troubleshoot brushless DC Motor circuits with H-113 and 42 practice electrical problems. Includes troubleshooting wire wound DC motors for cranking circuits and blower motors.

Learn to troubleshoot relay circuits with H-115 containing 75 relay circuit problems. Learn about spike voltage suppression and what-to-do and what-not-to-do to test a spike suppression diode. Learn why replacing a relay doesn't fix the problem and what could go wrong if you use the wrong relay.

An introduction to CAN Bus circuit problems with H-200 and proven step-by-step troubleshooting procedures. Learn why a 60 ohm CAN Bus netwwork at DLC pins 6 & 14 could still have a serious problem and why replacing a dead node doesn't fix a CAN Bus communication problem.

Extensive hands-on troubleshooting practice builds self confidence and troubleshooting skill to successfully troubleshoot electrical problems the first day back on the job.

You can never get enough of this kind of hands-on auto/truck/heavy equipment electrical - electronics troubleshooting training!

Workshop Curriculum written and developed
Vince Fischelli 

3-Day Phase 2 Workshop Curriculum
Requirements- Students must have completed a 3-Day Phase 1 Workshop before attempting Phase 2.

Day 1: Phase 2
DC Motor Circuit Troubleshooting & Advanced Electrical Troubleshooting Techniques

Day 1 covers the DC Motor Circuit Troubleshooting Trainer, H-113, (H-PCB03), where students learn advanced electrical/electronics troubleshooting techniques. The differences in ohmmeters; how to avoid damaging sensitive electronic circuits and how to properly use an analog or digital ohmmeter to test solid-state components are explained with hands-on application. Troubleshooting different types of DC motors, starter motor, blower motor circuits and their unique differences is reviewed. Students then troubleshoot 37 DC Motor circuit problems and 5 advanced electrical circuit problems with more than one circuit fault.
Day 2: Phase 2
Relay Circuit Troubleshooting & Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques

Day 2 covers Relay Circuit Troubleshooting Trainer, H-115, (H-PCB05) where students learn how relays work, how relay circuits fail and how to troubleshoot relay circuits. Students learn about spike suppression diodes; what they do and how to properly test them. Students then troubleshoot up to 75 relay circuit problems. Several advanced relay circuit problems are used to convince students what they have learned about troubleshooting as they successfully troubleshoot the most difficult relay circuit problems when the relay itself is not the problem. 

Day 3: Phase 2
Relay Circuit Troubleshooting
& Introduction to CAN Bus circuit troubleshooting

CAN Bus Electrical Trainer H-200
An introduction to the new CAN Bus Troubleshooting Training Program H-200 with opportunities to troubleshoot a few CAN Bus circuit problems provides live ccircuit troubleshooting practice. These CAN Bus problems would be impossible to duplicate on an actual vehicle in a reasonable time frame but can be easily accomplished using the CAN Bus Troubleshooting Trainer H-200.

There are 20 problems where the CAN Bus network has an OPEN or shorted wire causing a net work problem. When the CAN Bus trainer H-PCB200 is connected to the Power Board from H-111A a student will troubleshoot 24 electrical problems affecting CAN Bus node problems. Use of trouble codes (DTCs) add realism to the troubleshooting exercises.


This completes the Phase 2 Curriculum.

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Garland, Texas 75042-5419
Phone:  972-276-9642
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