Free webinar on November 22


The fine folks at Motor Age magazine invite you to a free webinar on fuel system diagnosis on Tuesday, November 22 at 8pm EST. It is FREE to participate, but viewers do have to register. November’s topic will be on fuel system diagnosis,  sponsored by Delphi and will feature Peter Meier, G. Truglia and Dave Hobbs. They will share tips not only on traditional testing methods, but will also dive into failure analysis and the use of a DSO, low amp clamp, and pressure transducers.

The registration link is http://www.MotorAge.com/FuelSystemDiagnosis. Register today! A little education never hurt anyone!

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One Response to Free webinar on November 22

  1. Pete Meier says:

    Thanks for the blog! This will be our fourth and final technical webinar for 2011, and all of your fans can watch any of our archived webinars on our YouTube channel OR by visiting our community site, the AutoPro Workshop!

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