Is your shop performing module programming and/or relearns? Odds are, you aren’t – instead referring customers back to the dealer or hiring on outside source to provide this much needed service to your customers. What’s holding you back?
Reprogramming a module can be a daunting task the first time you try. If you don’t follow the procedure correctly, you could turn that expensive ECU into an expensive paperweight. That’s why Motor Age and TST have joined together to present this Pay Per View webinar. To help you understand the ins and outs of reprogramming, with a focus on using a J-2534 PassThrough device and a dedicated laptop.
The webcast will cover: OE websites, what software to have and NOT have on your laptop, how to sign up to obtain a user name and password, how to update your J-2534 software, updating the firmware, finding the correct computer information, what battery maintainer to use, how to look up information, how to prevent module/computer failure, when to program and much more.
Learn what you need to know to start keeping that reprogramming revenue where it belongs – in house – by attending this webinar!
G JERRY TRUGLIA
Founder/President of Technicians Service Training (TST), G. Jerry Truglia has extensive experience in the automotive field as a technician, service manager, shop owner and technical writer. He is a senior curriculum developer who provides training programs for automotive and truck inspection and repair programs. He has provided on-board diagnostic system, OBDII and automotive training all over the country. He is the owner, curriculum developer and instructor for Automotive Technician Training Services (ATTS) in Mahopac, N.Y.
Creative Director – Technical, Pete Meier is an ASE certified Master Technician with over 40 years of practical experience as a technician and educator, covering a wide variety of makes and models. He began writing for Motor Age as a contributor in 2006, joined the magazine fulltime as Technical Editor in 2010, and now serves as Group Technical Editor and Director of Training. He is committed to the mission of the magazine to “advance the automotive professional” and provides resources to working techs around the country through print, webcasts, social media and YouTube.