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Four Seasons Inc. Offers Online Training Video on Replacing Mobile Air Conditioning Compressor

Following the steps in this training segment and supplementing it with the printed installation instructions will aid technicians in system diagnosis and repair processes.

In an effort to provide technicians with educational opportunities that maximize their time, Four Seasons Inc. is developing an online, video-based training series.

The first video in the series provides an overview of the various steps involved in replacing a mobile air conditioning compressor. The video is accessible via the Four Seasons website home page at www.4s.com by clicking on the Video Spot icon on the right side.

Following the steps in this training segment and supplementing it with the printed installation instructions, which is packed with every Four Seasons compressor, will aid technicians in system diagnosis, repair processes, ensuring a properly performing system and maintaining compressor warranty.

“At Four Seasons, we work hard to provide the products, services and support after the sale to ensure that we remain the premier manufacturer of automotive HVAC products,” said Kevin Burton, director of marketing for Four Seasons. “The strength of our brand begins with our commitment to our customers. We’re proud to offer this new, online training series. Watch our website as we will be posting additional videos in the coming months.”

For more information, visit www.4s.com.

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