ACOFAS, the American Council of Frame and Alignment Specialists, announced its latest Technician Training clinic at the Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems training facility in Huntington, Indiana, May 2-3.
The focus of this clinic will be the ABS brake system, ABS 6 Driver Assist Module, and the ESP (Electronic Stability Programming). These new systems all are affected by modifications to the suspension system; as major as changing suspensions, to as minor as changing steer-axle camber and caster.
The classes runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days. Lunch will be provided at the training facility. There will be classroom discussion, as well as actual hands-on demonstration and troubleshooting of the units.
As with all ACOFAS Technician Training Clinics, the fee schedule is $200 for each regular member technician; $250 for each associate member’s technician; and $300 for any other technician.
For on-line registration and agenda information, please visit www.acofas.com. This clinic is being hosted by Barry Ernst of Frame Service in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Ameri-Host Inn of Huntington, Indiana has rooms blocked for this event. The hotel can be reached at (260) 359-9000. For additional information, please contact Tony Porretta: (215) 416-2467.