Keeping The Smoke In The Engine Control Module – What To Check BEFORE You Replace It!

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Have you ever gotten to the end of a 15-page troubleshooting flowchart and found that the last step was to “Replace the ECM”? Even if you are certain you did all the tests and checks right, you’re likely a little nervous about recommending an expensive part without knowing with 100-percent certainty that it was bad. And if you didn’t do all the tests right, and installed a new Engine Control Module, you just might damage the new one because you didn’t find the REASON the original ECM went bad in the first place! As they say, “The ECM is the MOST expensive fuse on the car!”

Want to avoid that possibility? Then don’t miss out on this FREE webinar, thanks to our sponsor Mitchell 1! Hosted by Motor Age’s Pete Meier, and TST’s G. Jerry Truglia, this webinar will show you the tests and checks you MUST perform to verify the faulty ECM and to ensure that the new one will work as designed. 

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To view this LIVE - mark your calendars for July 30, 2022. The webinar will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. Eastern. 

 

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Founder/President of TST, G. Jerry Truglia has extensive experience in the automotive field as a technician, service manager, shop owner and technical writer. He is a senior curriculum developer who provides training programs for automotive and truck inspection and repair programs. He has provided on-board diagnostic system, OBDII and automotive training all over the country. He is the owner, curriculum developer and instructor for Automotive Technician Training Services (ATTS) in Mahopac, N.Y.

Pete Meier

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Group Technical Editor and Director of Training, Pete Meier is an ASE certified Master Technician with over 40 years of practical experience as a technician and educator, covering a wide variety of makes and models. He began writing for Motor Age as a contributor in 2006, joined the magazine fulltime as Technical Editor in 2010, and now serves as Group Technical Editor and Director of Training. He is committed to the mission of the magazine to “advance the automotive professional” and provides resources to working techs around the country through print, webcasts, social media and YouTube.