Diagnostic Network also will be the new home for Service Information Requests.
The biggest changes involve site navigation, accessibility and overall aesthetic design.
This collaboration leverages each association’s membership and brings together OEMs and aftermarket service providers.
The National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) announces the mid-October release of Secure Data Release Model 2.0. The new application is designed to dramatically streamline Vehicle Security Credential applications and renewals from the current 10-20 days down to 7-10 days.
Seyfer brings more than 30 years of experience as a technician, shop owner/manager, trainer and 15 years of association and trade show experience to the role.
Three sessions along with reports on NASTF activity have been planned with a focus on the service repair technician.
The session, “The Most Underused OEM Service Info Resources,” will familiarize attendees with the 40 light vehicle and heavy duty OEMs that provide service information resources for access by technicians outside their franchise dealership.
“The Road to GREAT Technicians: Let’s Get Started” will be the featured topic of the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) Spring 2017 General Meeting, which takes place from 1-4 p.m. (Central), on Monday, April 24 in New Orleans.
The NASTF Fall 2016 General Meeting featured a technician’s primer on module programming, “Take the Box Outta the Box,” which reviewed how to configure a J2534 interface device for laptop programming.
A panel of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) experts will participate in the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) Fall 2016 General Meeting feature session, “Take the Box Outta the Box,” during AAPEX on Wednesday, Nov. 2 in Las Vegas. The session is designed for advanced service technicians who have already purchased an SAE J2534 vehicle interface device, but have yet to use it in the profitable business of module programming.
Aftermarket technical instructors are finding that a surprising number of advanced service professionals who have already purchased an SAE J2534 vehicle interface device have yet to use it in the profitable business of module programming.
“Building the Road to GREAT Technicians” was the featured topic of the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) Spring 2016 General Meeting, Wednesday, March 2, 2016 in Overland Park, Kansas. The challenge of finding qualified technicians is well documented in the automotive service industry and that challenge is expected to become even greater as vehicle technology continues to proliferate.