2021 Vehicle Maintenance Virtual Learning Series • • • May 19 - July 7

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While it was our goal to hold an in-person event in 2021, current gathering restrictions in the City of Grand Junction and Mesa County, as well as other situations beyond our control have forced us to reconsider.   The SAVMI Board of Directors is committed to providing the safest environment for our members and therefore have decided to switch this event into a summer Vehicle Maintenance Virtual Learning Series.


COST:   $99/per log-in for the entire series - all 7 sessions!

SESSION DETAILS:

The below webinars will be held from 10:00 - 11:30 AM (Mountain time) on the date listed.
All presentations will be recorded for future viewing if you are unable to attend the live event, or if you wish to review the materials again at a later date.

IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR ZOOM CONFIRMATION WITH THE LINK TO JOIN THE LIVE EVENT OR IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CALL (303) 987-1111.


May 19             TEXA Tool Class: Heavy Equipment & Trucks
  Michael Christopherson, Bonneville Specialists
  Tom Kendrick, Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort
This session is designed to help current and potential customers become more familiar with the TEXA tool and its many features. Michael will first cover the startup and updating processes and will review some basic troubleshooting procedures. Then he, along with assistance from Tom and the Snowbird crew, will conduct a live demonstration of the TEXA tool. This demo will include the connection process, reading data, running several tests, and reading codes. Michael will also review some of the Ad Blue and Regeneration routines available on the tool. Plenty of time will be reserved for questions and answers.

May 26             Navigating the Terminal Screen on the New Generation 100 / 600 and the PB 400
  Rod Elwell, Kassbohrer All Terrain Vehicles, Inc.
This session will familiarize users with navigating the PB onboard terminal screen. Attendees will learn how to find operating hours of the machine, the tiller, or the winch, as well as how to find the average gallons per hour of fuel used. Rod will explain how to read fault codes and in conjunction with electrical drawings confirm inputs and outputs of the system on the machine for faster troubleshooting. Participants will also learn how to do teach-ins if they are experiencing any drivability issues with the machine.

June 2              PRINOTH Drive Electronics & Faults for the Tier IV Bison, Tier IV Husky, & Tier IV Leitwolf
  Philippe Masse, PRINOTH, LLC
In this session Philippe will cover the computer systems used to operate the Tier IV machines to include the components, locations, and software. He will dive into what can cause the faults, why they are there, and how to use the display and other resources located in the machine to help you rectify the problem quickly.

June 16            C9 Engine & Tier IV Emissions Diagnostics
  Marshall Rogers, Wheeler Machinery
In this session, Marshall will cover the first step of engine troubleshooting with diagnosing the C9 engines and Tier IV emissions. Attendees will learn how to setup, run and use CAT ET as a diagnostic tool for the engine and emission systems. Time will be allowed for student question and answers relating to C9 engines, Tier IV emissions and diagnostic software use.

June 23            PRINOTH Summer Maintenance
  Alex Wood, PRINOTH, LLC
This session will provide you with all of the information, tips, & tricks you need to ensure your machines and tillers are serviced & set up properly for the next season.

June 30            Cummins QSG12: Introduction & Maintenance
  Jeff Fury, Independent
As a former Cummins technician, Jeff will share his knowledge and real-world experience working on the QSG12 engine. During this presentation he will cover basic nomenclature, specifications, maintenance procedures and special tools required to get the job done correctly. Plenty of time will be allotted for questions and answers.  

July 7               PistenBully General Maintenance & Maintain Overview
  Rod Elwell, Kassbohrer All Terrain Vehicles, Inc.
This presentation will detail the routine maintenance for most PistenBully models using the machine’s maintenance guide and will cover summer service including tiller maintenance. Additionally, Rod will explain how to manage and track services of not only your cats but your entire fleet with Maintain.

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NOTE:  You must be a registered attendee in order to access these recordings.