Automotive technicians who want to enhance their mobile A/C and engine cooling system service knowledge should mark their calendars now for the 2007 edition of the MACS Worldwide Mobile A/C and Engine Cooling System Update clinics. MACS annual update clinics present information for the working technician that can be put to use immediately in the shop.
According to MACS Manager of Service Training, Paul DeGuiseppi, some of the topics to be covered will include: avoiding mistakes while recharging; defending your diagnosis; finding hard to find coolant leaks, future A/C systems what’s coming?; line couplings so many different types; new refrigerants being proposed; repeat compressor failures why, and how to avoid them; replacing cabin air filters; re-programming computers better get ready; SAE Standard J2670 why you need to know about it; highlights from the MACS 2007 convention technical program and more.
A number of clinics are already scheduled for 2007:
MACS Clinics Hosted By Roppel Industries
March 6, 2007-Ft. Wayne, IN
March 7, 2007-Toledo, OH
March 8, 2007-Columbus, OH
To register call Brian Densford at 502-581-1004 or e-mail [email protected].
Clinics Hosted by MACS Worldwide
3/7/07- Scottsdale, AZ Car Repair Company
3/22/07-Tucson, AZ Arizona Auto Refrigeration
4/12/07-Hinckley, OH Rad Air Complete Car Care
4/19/07-Lansdale, PA MACS Headquarters
5/2/07- Sweetwater, TX Texas State Technical College
5/3/07- Chatsworth, CA Airmec Enterprises, Chatsworth, CA
May TBA-Ft. Myers, FL Automotive Video
To register call the MACS office at 215/631-7020 x 0 or email mailto:[email protected].
Clinic Hosted by California Auto Refrigeration
3/21/07- Orange, CA
To register call 800-228-1491 or e-mail [email protected].
MACS Clinics hosted by Automotive Cooling Products
4/5/07- Kansas City, MO
4/18/07- Madison, WI
4/19/07- Appleton, WI
4/24/07-Rock Island, IL
4/25/07-Rock Island, IL