ATSS Training presents: Ford 6.0L D.I.T. Diesel: 2011 Powerstroke Diagnostics

Jan. 1, 2020
ATSS Training has announced a 2011 FORD 6.0L POWERSTROKE SEMINAR to be held March 5 in Aurora, Co. The class will be led by instructor, Mike Cleary, an eight time award winning Ford Motor Company Certified Senior Master Technician and Powerstroke Eng
ATSS Training has announced a 2011 FORD 6.0L POWERSTROKE SEMINAR to be held March 5 in Aurora, Co. The class will be led by instructor, Mike Cleary, an eight time award winning Ford Motor Company Certified Senior Master Technician and Powerstroke Engine Specialist.

Cleary is an internationally recognized trainer and presents high tech driveability and electronics training for technicians worldwide through his training company Automotive Technical Support Services, in addition he writes automotive diagnostics articles for industry trade magazines.

The seminar will be held March 5, 2011, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Aurora Technical Center. Registration is $329.00, but an early-bird registration of $289.00 is available if paid by Feb. 12. Fee includes full color manual, handouts, food, and certificate. Click here for seminar details and registration form.

Cleary is a founding board member of Ford Motor Company's Professional Technician Society, an organization dedicated to serving the needs of Ford dealership technicians in the United States and Canada and has served on two separate Ford National Technician Advisory Boards. He has received national recognition from Ford Motor Company for his contributions to Ford as a field technician involved in improving the 6.0L Powerstroke Engine Program. As a member of Ford’s IDS (Integrated Diagnostics Software) beta team, he provides field feedback to Ford regarding how IDS performs on Ford’s newest vehicles.

Cleary is an ASE Certified Master Technician in both the Automobile and Heavy Truck categories, as well as being L1 and L2 Certified. He is also certified by the state of California as an Advanced Emission Specialist Technician, and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology from California State University, Fresno. He has been a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers since 1981. He currently owns his own shop, Cleary Automotive, specializing in high tech driveability and electronics repairs on Ford vehicle systems.

For complete seminar description and registration form click here.

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