Dana broadens commercial vehicle technician training

by | Feb 24, 2020 | 0 comments

The “Driveline Forensics” commercial vehicle technician training series is hosted by Cristy Lee, skilled technician, multi-media personality, motorsports reporter, and avid motorcyclist. 

Dana Incorporated has broadened its “Driveline Forensics” commercial-vehicle technician training series to include maintenance and inspection videos covering front non-drive steer axles and rear-drive axle carriers.

“We are pleased to continue expanding the ‘Driveline Forensics’ series, providing valuable insights and training for commercial-vehicle technicians, whether they are new to the field or industry veterans,” said Mark Wallace, president of Commercial Vehicle Drive and Motion Systems for Dana.  “These training courses serve an important purpose in sufficiently preparing today’s technicians to service and maintain evolving vehicle and component technologies.”

The “Driveline Forensics” series features short, easy-to-follow training sessions.  While technical in nature, the videos are designed with a unique, fun style to keep the audience engaged and eager to continue with more videos in the series.

The latest training topic to be added to the series covers steer axle inspection.  New courses coming in March 2020 include:

  • Steer axle lubrication
  • Drive axle inspection
  • Drive axle carrier assembly removal
  • Drive axle carrier assembly prep and replacement

Dana will continue to expand the “Driveline Forensics” series throughout 2020.  The videos are currently available at dana.com/commercial-vehicles under the Tools and Training tabs.

The “Driveline Forensics” series is hosted by Cristy Lee, skilled technician, multi-media personality, motorsports reporter, and avid motorcyclist.  During this week’s 2020 Technology and Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting, Lee will be hosting electrification and key product training sessions in Dana’s booth, No. 3403, Tuesday, February 25, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. ET, and Wednesday, February 26, from 8:45 a.m. to noon ET.

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