MagnaFlow Exhaust Products will conduct a training session titled New Exhaust Technologies on Thursday Nov. 7, 2013, during the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) Nov. 5-7 in Las Vegas.
In 2007 the Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board introduced new regulations and emission standards for diesel vehicles to be phased in through 2010. Those vehicles are now well entrenched in the market and are beginning to show up in repair shops needing service.
Manufacturers have adapted their emissions systems to meet the new standards and, in some cases, the changes are significant. Having a true understanding of these new components and their relationship to each other and the engine management system is imperative, notes MagnaFlow.
In this training session, the company will explore many of these changes from design to functionality and diagnosis, with a special emphasis on the new clean diesel technology and how it will affect the repair industry. Diagnosis of catalyst efficiency issues as well as SCR, NAC and DPF systems will be included to help technicians get the information needed to keep these repairs in their shops.
The session will take place from 9:00-10:00 a.m. in the Marco Polo Rooms 701 – 707 (Venetian level 1) (exact room TBD)
Register early to email@example.com and receive a free MagnaFlow hat at the seminar.