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Fort Myers, FL – September 12, 2009 – Automotive Video, Inc., Team AVI recently released a new Mode $06 training program on DVD with instructor Jim Wilson. Advantages of Mode $06 will help you understand what Mode $06 is, how to use it in your diagnostics and how to find OEM service information for failure modes.

Jim will show you where the monitors are that are associated with Mode $06 and explains the differences between non-continuous and continuous monitors. You will learn the preliminaries for Mode $06 tests, how to run the tests and if the test is passed or failed. Wilson covers monitor test results, how to confirm the monitor has run so you know the data is correct and the monitor readiness screen. Using a hands-on demonstration of GM and Honda manufacturer websites, Jim provides information on where to find Mode $06 information (TIDs, CIDs and MIDs) on OEM websites.

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Although this program is applicable to all 96 and up OBDII vehicles, Jim demonstrates how to apply Mode $06 to Fords and GMs. He explains DTC’s and failure records and how this helps with Mode $06. Jim covers C.A.N. compliant vehicles, looking at Mode $06, the scanner procedure and what is different about C.A.N. vehicles. You will also learn how to verify repairs with Mode $06 and the relationship between flashing/reprogramming and Mode $06.

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