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Auto Care, ASE Announce 2020 World-Class Technicians

The annual recognition goes to professional technicians who have attained ASE certification in 22 specific areas during the previous calendar year.

ASE Mission Statement Sets Stage For New Chapter

The new ASE mission statement concisely explains the not-for-profit organization’s primary objective.

ASE Education Foundation Names New Officers And Board

The new chair is Chris Wallace, technical training integration manager for General Motors. Vice Chair Ted Hood is the division sales manager at Genuine Parts Co.

ASE Announces New Officers For 2020

The new chair is Bobby Bassett, North American national training manager at Gates Corp.

ASE Certification Registration Now Open

ASE offers free online study guides to help with the test-preparation process.

Federated Recognizes ASE-Certified Parts Professionals

The grand-prize “Patch 4 Cash” winner was Danny Morris from Orange, Virginia.

ASE Instructors Conference Opens with Record Attendance

More than 365 high school and post-secondary instructors from around the country are attending the conference, which is hosted by the ASE Education Foundation.

Jacob Tully Named 2017 Mitchell 1/ASE Technician Of The Future

Jacob Tully was named the 2017 Mitchell 1/ Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Automobile Technician of the Future during the ASE Fall Board of Governors Meeting and Annual Technician Awards in San Diego.

ASE To Partner With Collision Repair Education Foundation On Cars, Careers & Celebrities Event

Hundreds of students from the Midwest and beyond are anticipated to attend.

ASE Releases Testing Schedule For 2014

ASE offers the P1, P2 and P4 Parts Specialist certification tests.   ASE has released its certification testing schedule for 2014. ASE offers the P1, P2 and P4 Parts Specialist certification tests. Winter Registration Dec. 5, 2013 – Feb. 21, 2014 Winter Testing Jan. 2 – Feb. 28, 2014 Spring Registration March 1 – May 21,

ASE P2 TEST PRIMER: Cooling Systems

Radiators in most late-model vehicles are aluminum with plastic end tanks. Most older vehicles have copper/brass radiators. Major cooling system components include the radiator (provides cooling for the coolant), radiator cap (keeps the coolant under pressure so it will resist boiling to a higher temperature), coolant reservoir, cooling fan (electrical or mechanical), water pump (belt-driven

ASE P2 TEST PRIMER: Battery, Charging and Starting Systems

The battery stores energy to provide starting and reserve power for the electrical system. Lead-acid batteries must be maintained at or near full charge for maximum life (average life is 4 to 5 years).     The major components include the battery (12-volt, lead-acid, wet-cell, Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) or gel cell), battery cables (positive