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AVI Conference adds Diesel Day to training lineup The Group Training Academy, consisting of Pronto Auto Parts and Federated Auto Parts is proud to sponsor diesel training at the 2016 AVI conference alongside AAPEX. With one session in the morning, and one session in the afternoon on Mon- day, October 31, Diesel Day is sure to be filled with plenty of tips and insider tricks to turn you into a diesel expert! The morning session will cover the 6.7L Power Stroke, including dynamic airflow into the complex air delivery system, the twin-inducer turbocharging system, the primary and secondary cooling systems and a plethora of selective catalyst enhancements. Also addressed will be service opportunities surrounding these systems, common TSBs and hands-on testing with the Ford IDS. The afternoon session will feature all 5 generations of the Cummins light duty truck fuel systems from its origination to generation 5 now out in the new Nissan Titan. Also covered will be rough idle and misfire issues, along with several common trouble codes such as P7100 mods and P0251 code. "Adding diesel training to the roster this year complements the overall value of our conference, says Paul Louwers, CEO, Automotive Video Innovations. "We are proud to be an industry leader in innovative training, especially in diesel diagnostics. For registration and sign up information for Diesel Day and other classes at this year's conference, please visit Draft Technical Assessment Report of greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards for MY 2022-2025 cars and light trucks released The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the California Air Resource Board (CARB) have taken the first step in mid-term evaluation of the National Program for greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards for light duty cars and trucks by releasing a draft Technical Assessment Report (TAR) for public comment. The release of the TAR delivers on a commitment that EPA made in 2012 as part of the establishment of a National Program for the 2017-2025 period. The draft TAR covers model years 2022-2025. The draft TAR shows that automotive manufacturers are innovating and bringing new technology to market at a rapid pace, and that they will be able to meet the MY 2022-2025 standards established in the 2012 rulemaking with a wide range of cost-effective technologies. Moreover, it indicates that these standards can be achieved by relying primarily on advanced gasoline vehicles. The report also shows 32 ACTION * September/October 2016

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ACtion Magazine - September/October 2016

ACtion Magazine - September/October 2016
Outlook — Andrew Fiffick
Service Port — Steve Schaeber
Leonard’s Law — Keith Leonard, Esq.
Cooling Corner
Virtual View — Angie Kilbourne
What you should know about A/C hose compatibility with R-1234yf
By The Numbers
Member Profile
CO2 air conditioning development comes alive in Germany
Industry News
Association News
New Products and Services
Last Watch — Elvis Hoffpauir

ACtion Magazine - September/October 2016