Utilize the Diesel Laptops University online learning center to increase your truck diagnostic and repair skills. Vehicles have quickly become rolling computer system, and this course will teach you everything about proper use of scan tools, sync zones, onboard diagnostics, and much more.
- Introduction to and proper use of scan tools
- Sync zones and adapters
- Scanner operation, including system tests, functional tests, informational tests, and variable control tests
- Onboard diagnostics, including use of data link connectors, control systems, monitors, and freeze frames
This course is mainly around the automotive industry, but the concepts apply to related industries.
Diesel Laptops University
Diesel Laptops University (DLU) is an online learning platform. Each course was developed by ASE-certified professionals and includes a combination of text, videos, animations, and interactive simulations. All text content can be read aloud to the learner via our Text-to-Speech (TTS) feature and all videos are Closed Captioned. In addition, the text can be translated to over 50 different languages. Over 100,000 learners have used these proven courses to develop their skills in automotive and diesel technology.
Frequently Asked Question
How long does it take to receive access to the course? You will receive an email with website access information and login credentials within 23 hours of purchasing the course(s).
How do I access the course? The email you receive will give you the link, which is http://learn.diesellaptops.com.
Will I receive a certificate? Students who pass the final test with a score of 70% or higher on their first try will have access to a Diesel Laptops Certificate of Completion.
Are these tests ASE Certified? These courses are powered by Today’s Class, an ASE accredited training provider. The courses will help you prepare for ASE certification testing, however passing these courses does not mean you are ASE certified in that area.
Can more then one person take the course? Each purchase is intended for one student.