Learn how to install remote start systems and gain a deep understanding of required 12-volt electrical theory, components, and troubleshooting.
Maximum 20 seats available.
21903 68th Ave S.
Kent, WA 98032
To register and secure your spot, a $99 refundable deposit (per student) is required.* Deposit will be refunded in full upon completion of course. Registration includes the following:
Firstech has secured amazing room rates of $109/night at Marriot’s Aloft Dallas DFW Airport Grapevine Hotel for attendees at this event. Hotel reservation link will be provided upon registration and confirmation.*
*Travel and accommodations are not covered by Firstech.
|8AM||Basic DC principals and components (resistor, diode, relay, fuses, magnetic coil etc.) Power point with images and basic info to lead the discussion.|
|9AM||How to use a Multi-meter – DC voltage, continuity, resistance, current draw.|
|9:30AM||What does a remote start do and how does it do it?|
|10:30AM||Vehicle check-in discussion (guided with power point) providing examples of basic check-in sheets, identifying proper year, make, model and trim level. /td>|
|11:30AM||Basic DC principals and components (resistor, diode, relay, fuses, magnetic coil etc.) Power point with images and basic info to lead the discussion|
|1:00PM||Flashing your remote starter (live demo on website and app).|
|2:00PM||Best practices for vehicle disassembly.|
|3:15PM||Discussion and demonstration of wire stripping techniques and tools to do so.|
|4:00PM||Discussion and demonstration of order of operations.|
|4:30PM||Wrap-up and Q+A.|
|5:00PM||Get ready for team dinner.|
|6:30PM||Sponsored dinner with classmates and Firstech Tech Team!|
|8AM||Day 1 recap, introduce different techniques for installation.|
|8:45AM||Demonstration of connection techniques, solder, poke and wrap, military splice.|
|9:45AM||Reading and understanding programming instructions.|
|10:45AM||How to program and reset a bypass module interface and/or control module.|
|1:00PM||Demonstration of programming tach, programming remotes, configuring features and functions.|
|2:00PM||Testing of functionality (start, stop, takeover, keyless, parking lights, etc.)|
|3:00PM||Finishing installation, securing components within vehicle, and reassembly.|
|4:00PM||Review and Q&A.|