Toyota, Lexus and Scion Engine Performance Training Manual

June 6, 2013

In the past, Toyota vehicles rarely presented a diagnostic challenge. They used simple systems, and trouble codes were often fixed by simply replacing the named component. However, the complexity of the systems, interactions, and predictability of failures have all changed in recent years as OBD II models continue to age. Bizarre EVAP systems, weak but expensive catalytic converters, hard to test air/fuel sensors, and other high dollar systems and components are turning Toyota diagnostics into a high risk venture.

This is the time to catch up on the latest information and techniques. Attendees receive an all-new Toyota, Lexus & Scion Training Manual, which includes repair information, ATG Tips, and testing examples from known good and faulty systems. We’ve included hundreds of live OEM & aftermarket Scan Tool captures, photos, and Lab Scope captures from actual repairs. This new class covers all engine management systems, but has expanded information on the following troublesome topics and unique new systems:

  • Early, Late, LEV II, Bladder & LDP EVAP
  • ATG Catalyst & Air/Fuel Sensor Testing
  • New Direct Injection Systems
  • Fuel Trim & Rear Fuel Trim
  • Variable Camshaft Timing

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