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Import Testing & Techniques

AVI and Dave Scaler can help you take on tough problems on the most popular imports on the road today. Get insider info not found in your manuals!

Want to know all you can about testing and diagnosing Import car components? Check out Instructor Dave Scaler’s latest video here at Automotive Video Inc. Dave will cover in detail how to diagnose – Coil on plug systems on a VW, drive by wire throttle controls on a Nissan, Air Fuel Ratio Sensor on a Toyota, and how to diagnose MAF sensors on all Import cars. That’s not enough? Well, there’s more. With basic techniques and some solid fundamentals, Instructor Dave Scaler will teach you what to look for and how to determine component failures faster and easier than ever before.

This is one video that should be in every techs library. Learn how to use a scanner or manually perform idle relearn on a Nissan after replacing an electronic throttle. What software you’ll need and how to find the correct section on your scanner for setting up throttle relearn on a VW/Audi, and how to determine if the Air Fuel Ratio sensor is properly working on a Toyota. What to look for when testing a VW/Audi MAF sensor, along with how to properly diagnose the electronic throttle on a VW/Audi vehicle, and much more. Do yourself a favor… get a copy of Import Testing and Techniques, you’ll be glad you did.

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