MPA To Offer Free Part Smart Training in 2024

MPA To Offer Free Part Smart Training in 2024

All training sessions are free and will be captured on video. Certificates of completion will be provided.

To help its customers be more productive and profitable, Motorcar Parts of America has announced its 2024 Part Smart Training Series. Throughout the year, free, comprehensive classes on brake training, vehicle specific starter issues, advanced charging systems and diagnostic troubleshooting codes will be held in an online format.

“This year, we have diverse training modules designed to enhance our customer’s installation and troubleshooting knowledge,” explains Mario Garza, vice president of Marketing, Motorcar Parts of America. “These sessions are tailored to reach all the various customers we support through our different brands.”

Advanced Charging Systems Series
GM Regulated Voltage Control Charging systems
February 15, 2024
7 pm CST

Ford Smart Charge System
April 18, 2024
7 pm CST

Chrysler PCM Controlled Charging Systems
June 20, 2024
7 pm CST

Honda Computer Controlled Charging Systems
August 22, 2024
7 pm CST

Toyota Charging Systems
October 24, 2024
7 pm CST

Nissan Charging Systems
December 19, 2024
7 pm CST

Part Smart Lunch and Learn Series
Subaru Misfire Codes – Alternator/Drive Belt Issues
July 18, 2024
12 pm CST

Brake Training Series
Module 8 – Final Test Drive and “Bedding In” The New Brakes
March 21, 2024
12 pm CST

Vehicle Specific Starter Issues
Honda Starters
May 23, 2024
12 pm CST

Diagnostic Troubleshooting Codes
GM Charging System Fault Code P0621
September 19, 2024
12 pm CST

GM Charging System Fault Code P0622
November 21, 2024
12 pm CST

Garza explains that all classes are free to attend, videos of the class will be available to attendees following the class and participants will receive a certificate at the end of training.

For more information or to register, visit the Part Smart Academy at Motorcar Parts of America.

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