GM TechTube Videos Offer Quick, Concise Technical Information

The GM TechTube videos (Fig. 23) available on the GM Center of Learning provide technicians with quick and concise reviews of specific repair procedures, offering repair insights and just-in-time knowledge. Topics range from high pressure fuel pump replacement and transmission fluid level checking procedures to circuit load testing and AFIT setup and testing.

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Fig. 23

 

The short, informative videos, which run 10 minutes or less, can be accessed on laptops, tablets or smartphones. A number of new TechTube videos have been released recently, with more on the way.

 

To view the videos, click the GM TechTube link on the Center of Learning home page. A user account is required to log in to the Center of Learning website [link to www.centerlearning.com] or through GM GlobalConnect.

 

The available videos are organized by the following technical categories:

·       Maintenance

·       Engine/Propulsions

·       Electrical/Electronics

·       Transmission

·       Auto Body and Paint

·       Body Systems

·       Driveline Axle

·       Brakes

·       Steering and Suspension

·       HVAC

·       Tech for Non-Tech

·       Tools and Equipment

·       Power and Signal Distribution

 

The TechTube videos also can be viewed by selecting Video on Demand under the Resources tab at the top of the home page. Select the GM TechTube channel to view a list of all available TechTube videos.

 

To search for a specific video, enter the course number or course name in the search box.

 

– Thanks to Ken Billings

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4 Comments

  1. Julius C. Malupangue says:

    Hi, Can we still view the old videos like those in High Feature V6 (HFV6) timing chain installation? Thanks

  2. Tom Sharpe says:

    Is this available to fleet accounts? If so who do I need to contact?

  3. The TechTube videos are available in the U.S. only.

  4. Rob Lukinchuk says:

    Is this a U.S. only function? There is not any option for this in my content in the center of learning.