Management & Operations

Prevost seminars cover EPA 2007 system

Posted on April 4, 2007

Nearly 100 mechanics attended Prevost Car’s two English-language comprehensive training seminars this year, part of the company’s after-sales service. Interest in the seminars was high, partly because of the new EPA 2007 Detroit Diesel engine with the Prevost innovative vertically installed exhaust treatment system. Subjects covered also included Prevost multiplex controls, HVAC systems, pneumatics, powertrain diagnosis and basic electrical systems. Prevost’s entire field service department works on developing course and training materials. The seminars are also a way for technicians to get to know other members of their profession from all over North America.

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