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MEA01 Measuring (English and French)

HEA03e Working with Coolant and HVAC Controls (English and French)

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Identify types of engine coolant. Understand HVAC parts and controls.

Identifying Point-to-Point Measuring Equipment and Operation. Identifying Three-Dimensional Measuring Equipment and Operation. Understanding Vehicle Dimension Specifications. Making Vehicle Measurements.

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Understand cooling system operation and how to properly inspect parts. Understand the function of radiators and water pumps, plus considerations for repairing different types of water pumps. Identify auxiliary coolers and temperature controls.

HEA02e Cooling System Operation and Parts (English and French)

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FOR06 2015 Ford F-150 Structural Repair Training Course (IL English and French)

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GLA02 Stationary Glass (English and French)

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Module 1 – Stationary Glass Issues - How stationary glass reinforces a vehicle structure and the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards that apply to stationary glass. Identify the different types of glass and understand the properties of urethane adhesive required for stationary glass installations. Module 2 – Removing and Installing a Windshield - How to prepare the vehicle for windshield replacement and how to properly remove trim and mouldings. How to identify an OEM installation and information regarding removing a windshield using hand and power tools. How to properly prepare the pinchweld and glass for windshield installation. How to properly apply urethane adhesive, install a windshield, and leak-test a windshield following installation. Module 3 – Glass Repair and other Stationary Glass Installation – Repairing minor glass defects and damaged laminated glass, replacing gasket-set installations, and replace stationary side glass. In addition, the student will also learn how to replace a backlite and repair a backlite defogger grid.

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N TIO P I R SC E D Module 1 – Introduction to Ford - The evolution of the F-150, leading up to the 2015 model. What Ford is doing to achieve CAFE standards, how to access 2015 F-150 online service information, and understanding the vehicle certification label. Module 2 – Aluminum - Aluminum and its application on the 2015 F-150. Stampings, extrusions, castings, galvanic corrosion and damage analysis. Module 3 – Aluminum Joining Methods - Clinches, fasteners, rivets, aluminum flanges, and aluminum welding as they relate to the 2015 F-150. Clinch applications; threaded fasteners, including their corrosion-resistant coatings and flow drill screws; a demonstration on different types of rivets and their usage, including self-piercing rivets removal and installation, and rivet bonding; riveted part replacement; and hem flanges and door panel considerations. Aluminum GMA (MIG) welding and its application on the 2015 F-150, including equipment, consumables, electrode alloys, shielding gas, and surface preparation. 2015 F-150 welded panel replacements. Module 4 – Body Design and Construction - Body assembly materials. The exterior body, cab repair options, box assembly, and key information such as proper electrode wires for welding repairs. The proper processes for refinishing aluminum parts on the 2015 F-150 and proper stationary glass installation. Module 5 – Frame Repairs - The steel frame on the 2015 F-150. Proper electrode wires for welding repairs, control arm bracket options, and front and rear extension replacements.

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Training Directory 2018  
Training Directory 2018