Denso partners with AVI OnDemand

AVI OnDemand will live-stream Denso’s course on how to diagnose and understand Duramax Fuel System problems

Denso Products and Services Americas announces its first live online technical training seminar in partnership with Automotive Video Innovations (AVI). AVI OnDemand will live-stream Denso’s course on how to diagnose and understand Duramax Fuel System problems Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. EST.

“We’re excited to partner with AVI to live-stream Denso’s Duramax training seminar and broaden our reach to the widest possible audience of professional automotive technicians seeking to sharpen their skills,” said Wayne Eiffes, senior manager, service planning, Denso Products and Services Americas. “Because ADS values and promotes professional training, the International Convention and Trade Show is the perfect setting to announce this upcoming opportunity.”

According to the company, the 90-minute seminar focuses on what technicians need to know to pinpoint and solve Duramax Fuel System problems using diagnostics instead of invasive procedures. The training covers the LB7 engine and later LLY, LBZ and LLM models. Featured instructor Wally Mouradian, a master technician for more than 30 years, will draw on real-world case studies to teach the seminar. The live-streaming format makes it easy for technicians to ask questions and get answers during the training.

Specific topics include high and low pressure, diesel fuel testing, pressure control testing, injector diagnostics, supply-side testing, high-side pressure testing, checking for suction leaks, high-pressure fuel faults, and fuel rate testing and setup. The seminar is designed for technicians with a strong knowledge base in systems operations and theory.

The cost of the seminar is $100.

All DENSO technical training seminars are taught by ASE master certified technicians and include tips on how to increase efficiency and profits by identifying the right repair the first time. For more information on DENSO technical training courses, visit

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