Common Diesel Faults & Scan Tool Course
- Clinton Brett presents on common diesel faults and fault codes
- Participants will receive a booklet of selected technical bulletins from the Diesel Help Member’s library
Light meal & refreshments
- Brendan Sorensen will provide insight into using sensors already on the car to direct your diagnosis. Diesel diagnosis doesn’t always have to be dirty, learn how scan data and oscilloscope readings can prove mechanical faults with minimal disassembly.
- On-vehicle demonstrations of the scan tool capabilities
- Identifying important scan tool data used when diagnosing diesels
Clinton Brett Diesel Help Australia Founder and Trainer is a Heavy Diesel Mechanic & Diesel Fuel Injection Specialist with over 25 years hands on experience and continues to assist over 170 Diesel Help Members by diagnosing diesels daily.
Special guest presenter: Brendan Sorensen from the TaT Tech Team is a technical writer and diagnostic trainer. He is an integral part of the TaT’s Technical Assistance platform and enjoys reporting on various topics in the bi-monthly magazine. Brendan’s current workshop is with his family at Steve Sorensen Mechanical in Brisbane. Specialising in diagnostics but like most small businesses he wears many different hats depending on what is required of him.
Diesel Help Australia provides training for Australian TAFE, Central Queensland University & New Zealand Polytechnics. Clinton Brett is also a technical writer for Australian Workshop Manager, TAT (The Automotive Technician) & the Australian Diesel Mechanic Magazine (ADMM). Clinton is an expert in diesel diagnostics and presenter for the third year running at the AAAA (Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association) Expo.
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