Technician Training Schedule

Thursday, October 4

7:00 - 8:30 a.m.
Registration, Vendor Showcase, Breakfast
8:30 - 8:45
Conference Welcome and Introduction of PFS Speaking Team
City of Broken Arrow Representative
8:45 - 9:45
Group B: See nothing wrong but something is broken (Classroom A)
What do you do when you have swapped plugs, injectors and coils and you still have the misfire? Beyond the four strokes course uses real world scenarios based on vehicles from several manufacturers to focus on engine mechanical related misfires diagnosis, SIDI engine service techniques and most recent engine sensor technology.
AC Delco (tentative)

Group A: Ford Maintenance and Diagnostics (Classroom B)
An instructor from the OSU Institute of Technology will talk about the Ford Asset Program and will speak about the latest Ford products, equipment and technology. He will discuss the importance of diagnosing mechanical problems at the onset and will provide tips on using the IDS scanner.
Brad McClure, Ford Certified Instructor, OSU Institute of Technology
9:45 - 10:00
15 Minute Break
10:00 - 11:00
Group A: Diagnosing Multiplexed Data Bus Networks (Classroom A)
Diagnosing complex network system failures is a challenge even for experienced technicians. In this seminar, technicians will focus on diagnostic strategy to hone their problem solving skills for serial data failure modes in multiplex networks. Included network protocols: CAN, LIN, GMLAN, MOST®, and repair methods will be covered.
AC Delco (tentative)

Group B: Heavy Truck Preventive Maintenance and Diagnostics (Classroom B)
A representative from the Summit Truck Group will cover preventive maintenance and diagnostics for heavy duty trucks.
Summit Truck Group
11:00 - 12:15 p.m.
Lunch and Visit Vendor Showcase and Outdoor Vehicle/Equipment Display
12:15 - 1:15
Group A: See nothing wrong but something is broken (Classroom A)
What do you do when you have swapped plugs, injectors and coils and you still have the misfire? Beyond the four strokes course uses real world scenarios based on vehicles from several manufacturers to focus on engine mechanical related misfires diagnosis, SIDI engine service techniques and most recent engine sensor technology.
AC Delco (tentative)

Group B: Ford Maintenance and Diagnostics (Classroom B)
An instructor from the OSU Institute of Technology will talk about the Ford Asset Program and will speak about the latest Ford products, equipment and technology. He will discuss the importance of diagnosing mechanical problems at the onset and will provide tips on using the IDS scanner.
Brad McClure, Ford Certified Instructor, OSU Institute of Technology
1:15 - 1:30
15 Minute Break
1:30 - 2:30
Group A: Heavy Truck Preventive Maintenance and Diagnostics (Classroom B)
A representative from the Summit Truck Group will cover preventive maintenance and diagnostics for heavy duty trucks.
Summit Truck Group

Group B: Diagnosing Multiplexed Data Bus Networks (Classroom A)
Diagnosing complex network system failures is a challenge even for experienced technicians. In this seminar, technicians will focus on diagnostic strategy to hone their problem solving skills for serial data failure modes in multiplex networks. Included network protocols: CAN, LIN, GMLAN, MOST®, and repair methods will be covered.
AC Delco (tentative)
2:30 - 3:30
Visit Vendor Showcase and Outdoor Vehicle/Equipment Display