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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Fort Myers, FL – May 2008 – Team AVI, Automotive Video, Inc., a leader in DVD training, has released their newest diesel diagnostics for the max 6.6L engine.

Association of Diesel Specialists (ADS) endorsed instructor Tony Salas covers the differences between the LB7 and the LLY applications, scan tool diagnostics of each subsystem, operation of the fuel system, variable nozzle and wastegate turbo charger systems and much more to help you be more profitable when working on these engines.

For more information call Automotive Video at 800-718-7246 Ext 233 or visit www.auto-video.com.

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