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Did you know that the interior lighting of a 1999 Windstar is divided into three separate zones and is controlled by three separate computers? Are you aware that Ford currently uses up to three different multiplexing net works on the same vehicle?

This course will benefit you in a number of ways. We will cover the operation of numerous accessories. We will highlight the function of the GEM Module. We will teach the various communication networks found between the modules as well. Many of the accessories found on newer Ford vehicles will also be covered.

Note: Part 1 of a 2 Part Course

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Ford Truck sales top that of any other vehicle ever sold. Ford also sells a significant number of sport utility vehicles. The low lease rates on Ford trucks has helped to flood the market for the past number of years. Now as the leases and warranties expire many of these vehicles will be serviced in the aftermarket shops. This course will begin by covering some general service information about Ford trucks. Some of the electrical system highlights will be taught. Intake Manifold Runner Control as well as Split Port Induction will be detailed. Ignition systems will be analyzed beginning with a review of EDIS with the remote mounted Ignition Control Module. The new Coil-on-Plug Ignition will be analyzed and displayed on a working model of a 5.4 engine. OBD II information will also be highlighted. Be prepared to work on the newer Ford trucks.

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This engine management course details Ford’s latest development in Fuel Injection – EEC V System. This upgrade from previous fuel injection systems was a requirement for OBD II compatibility. Due to the complex interlinking of these two subjects and the vast amount of material to be covered., the two courses have been combined, and will be presented in two parts. In Part 1, students will learn the major differences in a comparison of the new EEC V system with the older EEC IV. The instructor will utilize an EEC V simulator to illustrate the diagnostic capabilities of the new system, highlighting OBD II. An explanation of how Ford upgraded to EEC V in order to be OBD - compatible is also provided. In Part 2 of this course, diagnostics will be covered in much greater depth and detail. EEC V will be used on all OBD II vehicles, so be prepared.

In Class

This engine management course details Ford’s latest development in Fuel Injection – EEC V System. This upgrade from previous fuel injection systems was a requirement for OBD II compatibility. Due to the complex interlinking of these two subjects and the vast amount of material to be covered., the two courses have been combined, and will be presented in two parts. In Part 1, students will learn the major differences in a comparison of the new EEC V system with the older EEC IV. The instructor will utilize an EEC V simulator to illustrate the diagnostic capabilities of the new system, highlighting OBD II. An explanation of how Ford upgraded to EEC V in order to be OBD - compatible is also provided. In Part 2 of this course, diagnostics will be covered in much greater depth and detail. EEC V will be used on all OBD II vehicles, so be prepared.

In Class

This Airbag course details Ford Airbag Operations and Diagnostics.  Fully functional Ford airbag simulators are used.  Students will be able to perform airbag diagnostics, complete removal and replacement of the clockspring and schematic hands-on diagnostics.

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Injectronics Training
50 McAuley Road Clandeboye, Manitoba R0C0P0
Phone: +1 (204) 228-8060