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Tenneco, ATG partner for emissions control workshops

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MONROE, Mich. (Feb. 29, 2012) — Tenneco Inc. has updated its Walker Emissions Control Diagnostics Workshop with a heavier emphasis on diagnostic emissions control strategies and diagnosing drivability repair issues through a partnership with Automotive Training Group (ATG).

Tenneco will offer the professional technician training at more than 40 locations across North America this year. The workshop features a classroom lecture on engine management and emissions control diagnostics. Many sessions also will include an interactive lab demonstration, the company said.

"The enhancements we've made to this program will enable any aftermarket professional to gain insight into diagnostic strategies for catalytic converter replacement, preventative emissions maintenance and more. What technicians learn at the seminar, they can put to use the very next day in their shops," said Chuck Osgood, manager of training and sales operations, North American aftermarket, Tenneco.

Technicians will gain insight into critical strategies for diagnosing converter replacements and failures; preventive emissions maintenance; evaluating scan tool data and analysis of emissions gasses; plus other critical emissions control repair and diagnosis tips, according to Tenneco. Participants will have an opportunity to study real-world engine management cases, learning evaluation and repair techniques from an experienced ASE-certified Master Technician with L1 Certification, the company said.

The 3.5-hour evening seminar costs $70 per person and includes an in-depth Emissions Control Diagnostics Workshop training manual.

For the complete Walker Emissions Control Diagnostics Workshop schedule and information on other Tenneco training initiatives, contact a Tenneco supplier, visit the Walker website, or call 800-304-8878.

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