Learn from MCI's award-winning webinar series! Livelier than ever, our online MCILearn program makes education fun with Internet-based sessions. Along with individual MCILearn sessions, MCI also offers themed series designed to help you maximize your business through scheduled maintenance, marketing and other best practices.
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1 — Get set to chill: Setra A/C Systems
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. CST
If you own a Setra S 407 or S 417 coach, this is a webinar you won't want to miss. Join Setra tech expert Jeff Elliott for a closer look at the components that make up the Setra AC system, and get a refresher in preventative maintenance, service tips and more, just in time for spring and summer cooling season!
15 — Alternator realities: Leece Neville Charging Systems
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. CST
MCI coaches equipped with 2010-EPA engines feature more than clean-diesel technology — they also feature Leece Neville alternators. This vendor-led webinar will help you get to know your alternator, from its basic operation to its maintenance, testing and troubleshooting. Don't miss it!
29 — Fast and Easy: Actia Multiplexing
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. CST
Found on newer D-Series models and 2013 J4500s, Actia is MCI's fastest, simplest multiplexing system yet. While this excellent new system offers a simple and intuitive way to troubleshoot a wide array of components, a little formal knowledge goes a long way. In this webinar, MCI's own William "Gator" Pryne will familiarize operators and technicians with gauges, telltales and capabilities, offering tips on how to troubleshoot both from the dash and in the shop.
12 — Core knowledge: Actia Truth Tables
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. CST
Actia multiplexing does more, and more simply, than any system before it, but to harness its full diagnostic capabilities, technicians will want to know how to use Actia truth tables. In this essential webinar, led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, you'll get an in-depth look at how to read, use and understand Actia truth tables to make it easier to pinpoint problems so they can be fixed right the first time.
26 — Getting a leg up: Ladder logic for Vansco MUX
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. CST
Using ladder logic is one of the most accurate ways to quickly, accurately diagnose electrical and other problems on coaches with multiplex systems. Led by MCI's own Terry Bowersox, this don't-miss webinar will introduce you to ladder logic schematics and how to use them to diagnose your multiplex system. Learn about different symbols, modules, processes and more that will help you fix your coach faster, with less guesswork and uncertainty.
APRIL 17, 2013 — Keeping it cool: A/C Service Tips
Prime cooling season is just around the corner, and this webinar is what you need to make sure your coach A/C system is charged and ready to go. Led by William "Gator" Pryne, the session will cover proper testing and service techniques, including proper tools and procedures for evacuating and charging your freon. Sign up today, and make sure you keep your cool as summer approaches.
APRIL 3, 2013 — Sound decisions: Actia Entertainment System Intro
Lots of MCI operators are getting to know the advantages of the Actia multiplexing system, but the Actia entertainment system is just as exciting. This webinar, led by ACTIA's own experts, will introduce you to the stereo, DVD and PA system components of the new Actia entertainment system, along with tips for their operation and some basic troubleshooting procedures. Listen in and enjoy!
MARCH 20, 2013 — Spring Preparation: Making operations a breeze
Spring is a busy season for most operators, and it pays to be prepared. In this fun and informative session, MCI will provide timely tips to keep your equipment running properly through the spring season and all year long. A Q&A session will provide an opportunity to address individual issues.
MARCH 6, 2013 — Parts Planning: Navigating MCI's 3D Catalog, Calculated Retrofit Paybacks and More
In this first-of-its-kind webinar, MCI's own parts experts will help you get the most out of MCI's state-of-the-art 3D parts manuals (for all current-production MCI coaches) as well as familiarize you with parts retrofit packages that can actually start saving you money sooner than you think — we'll even share the numbers! You'll also get an overview of other MCI programs, including our Coach Critical in-stock guarantee on 1,500 commonly ordered parts. See what's new in parts, including our initiative to assure the lowest prices in the industry, along with plans to better estimate the lifespan of your parts, so you can better avoid coach-down failures. This is one not to be missed!
FEBRUARY 20, 2013 — Setra Stop: Getting to Know your Knorr Bremse brakes
Got a Setra S 407 or S417 coach with Knorr Bremse disc brakes? This first-ever Setra LEARN webinar will give you a better picture of how your Knorr Bremse brakes work, with an emphasis on components, maintenance and troubleshooting.
FEBRUARY 6, 2013 — Rolling Smoothly: Servicing Unitized Wheel-End Bearings, Pre-Set and Standard Wheel Hubs
Not all hubs are created equal. And there's no such thing as a lifetime wheel bearing! Let one of MCI's technical experts take you through the steps of a proper inspection and preventative maintenance program for these critical parts. Your safety record may be riding on it!
JANUARY 23, 2013 — Diagnosing from the Driver's Seat
Need a reminder on what all those dashboard lights mean? This driver-oriented webinar will walk you through the diagnostic lights for coach systems such as Air Conditioning, ESC, engine regeneration, transmission, antilock brakes and more. Learn what the lights mean, and what you should do when you see them lit.
JANUARY 9, 2013 — Keeping up with inflation: SmartWave® Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
Properly inflated tires aid in safety and fuel savings, and the SmartWave® system, now standard on MCI models, is designed to help. William "Gator" Pryne will explain how the system works, discuss maintenance practices and provide instruction on what to do when replacing tires. This webinar is also useful for those who have or are considering a SmartWave® tire-pressure-monitoring system, which is available as an aftermarket retrofit kit.
DECEMBER 12, 2012 — Open and Shut Case: Entrance Door Controls
Opening the coach door is one of your first opportunities to make a good impression on your passengers, and it pays to make sure the system is working properly. William "Gator" Pryne will be on hand to explain how coach doors work on current-production MCI models. He'll also cover how to adjust proper door speed to how to troubleshoot and maintain the system.
NOVEMBER 28, 2012 — Fuel Economy Tips
MCI does its best to engineer coaches that offer the best performance and fuel efficiency possible, but there's a lot drivers and technicians can do as well. MCI's own William "Gator" Pryne will explain ways to save on fuel, covering best driving and idling practices as well as maintenance tips that help coaches operate at peak efficiency.
NOVEMBER 14, 2012 — The new (re)generation: 2010 engines
Today's coaches come with 2010-EPA-standard engines that greatly reduce emissions, and every operator should know exactly how they work. This session, led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, takes operators, drivers and technicians through the exhaust after-treatment system and explains the entire regeneration process in detail. Learn the science behind clean-diesel engine technology and the diesel particulate filter (DPF); Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR); the location and meaning of the alert lights on the driver's dash; and the system's maintenance requirements. Don't miss it.
OCTOBER 31, 2012 — Smart Coach: Vansco Multiplexing
Sure, you know that your coach's Vansco multiplexing can help you diagnose many of the issues that might come up with a wide array of components. But do you really know how it all works? This informative webinar, led by MCI's Terry Bowersox, will help you gain a deeper understanding of multiplexing and teach you to troubleshoot your way from coach front to back.
OCTOBER 3, 2012 — IO Multiplexing: Keeping all systems go
Found on some MCI® D-Series coaches, IO Multiplexing is key to many coach systems, from your lights to your kneeling system to most of the switches on your dash. While today's simplified diagnostics make it easier than ever to pinpoint the source of electronic problems, a little knowledge still goes a long way. Led by MCI's technical expert William "Gator" Pryne, this essential webinar will cover troubleshooting for a wide variety of components.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2012 — Cold comfort: Winter preparation
Don't leave your coaches vulnerable to cold-weather conditions. Learn the necessary maintenance tips to help keep coaches trouble-free in colder weather. Led by William "Gator" Pryne, this webinar will outline procedures and provide tips for current MCI models.
SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 — Air apparent: Maintaining your air dryer
Your air dryer plays an important role in keeping your air brakes and suspension working properly. This helpful webinar, led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, will guide you through properly identify air dryer components and maintain the system. You'll also learn how to troubleshoot the system to help keep operation a breeze.
AUGUST 22, 2012 — Riding high: MCI ECAS systems explained
If your MCI coach comes equipped with an electronic controlled air suspension system, or ECAS, don't miss this webinar led by William "Gator" Pryne. You'll learn what you need to know about ECAS operation, the components that make up the system and proper maintenance procedures, along with tips on how to properly diagnose any issues.
AUGUST 8, 2012 — Getting it down: D-Coach kneeling
Kneeling systems give your passengers a leg up when it comes to boarding, and this webinar is designed to do the same for you. MCI's William "Gator" Pryne will discuss the operation of the kneeling systems found on MCI D-Series coaches, along with procedures for diagnosing any issues that might arise.
JULY 11, 2012 — Shake out: Vibration analysis
If you've ever had a parcel rack shake, a steering wheel shiver, a tire hum or any other unexpected bit of vibration on a coach, you know how tricky it can be to track down the source. Instead of simply throwing parts at the problem, log in for our Vibration Analysis webinar, and learn how to properly diagnose those annoying vibrations in your coach. MCI's own William "Gator" Pryne will offer tips and tricks on how to isolate vibrations so that you can make a diagnosis faster, along with invaluable tips and shortcuts.
JUNE 27, 2012 — Behind the wheel: Rear Axle Steering
Standard on MCI E4500s and now an option on MCI J4500s, rear axle steering, or RAS, offers operators a tight turning radius — and a slight learning curve. In this new MCI webinar, William "Gator" Pryne will discuss operational theory, steering technique, components and proper maintenance — including dealing with accumulators and the charging process — of this sophisticated electric and hydraulic system.
JUNE 13, 2012 — Getting it right: Tag Axle Steering
Tag-axle steering makes for a nimble D-coach, and there are a few things you need to know to keep it that way. This all-new webinar, led by MCI's expert William "Gator" Pryne, will cover tag-axle steering components and operation of the electrical-and-air-system controls, and help you make sure that the system is fully operational.
MAY 30, 2012 — Engine know-how: Cooling System Maintenance
With today's increasingly sophisticated four-cycle engines, your coach cooling system is more important than ever. MCI's own Terry Bowersox will lead you through proper maintenance, addressing filters, coolants, mixtures, additives and all of the other things you need to to know to avoid engine damage. Don't miss this new webinar!
MAY 16, 2012 — Fine-tuning your A/C: Understanding Superheat
An adjustment that can make your A/C system operate at peak efficiency, Superheat can be tricky to get right. William "Gator" Pryne will show you what Superheat is, how to calculate it, and how to properly adjust the expansion valve to achieve the proper setting. If you care about getting the most out of your coach, this new webinar is a don't-miss opportunity.
MAY 2, 2012 — Getting out of a hot spot: A/C Troubleshooting
The HVAC system is complex, but troubleshooting it doesn't have to be, thanks to this webinar led by William "Gator" Pryne. Learn what those LEDs and diagnostic codes really mean, and find out how to check for a bad transducer. It's essential knowledge for all coach owners who want to keep their passengers comfortable throughout the year.
APRIL 4, 2012 — Getting theory down cold: Basic Refrigeration
When you know how things work, it's easier to know how to operate and fix them properly. In this informative new webinar, MCI's own William "Gator" Pryne will go over the theory of refrigeration, including the properties of refrigerants and common components, to help operators and their technicians better understand their A/C systems.
MARCH 21, 2012 — DD13 Engines: Knowledge is power
Starting with Detroit Diesel's claims of improved fuel economy and performance, there's a lot to like about this new engine for 2012-model coaches. MCI's own Terry Bowersox will offer webinar attendees a detailed overview of what the DD13 engine can offer operators, with a focus on features, benefits and maintenance advantages. Don't miss it!
FEBRUARY 22, 2012 — Ricon Wheelchair Lifts: Raising awareness
Wheelchair lifts are a safe, dependable way to give passengers with disabilities access to the places they want to go, but the equipment does pose some maintenance requirements. During this informative webinar, in-house expert Terry Bowersox will discuss how to operate, maintain and troubleshoot the Ricon lifts found in MCI coaches, so they continue to serve your passengers safely and effectively.
FEBRUARY 8, 2012 — Braun Wheelchair Lifts: Accessing information
Wheelchair lifts represent an investment in your entire community — and are a necessity for many disabled passengers. Led by MCI technical expert William "Gator" Pryne, this webinar will teach you how to operate, maintain and troubleshoot the new Braun lifts installed in recent-model MCI coaches.
JANUARY 25, 2012 — Electrical Service: Procedures and protocol
A healthy electrical system is essential to a running coach. Learn what you need to do to keep your electrical systems in top form. Led by MCI's own Steve Kiner, this convenient online session shows you necessary service procedures, with an added emphasis on proper tools and equipment.
JANUARY 11, 2012 — Basic Electrical: Going with the flow
To truly understand your coach's electrical components, you have to first grasp the basics of electricity. In this hard-charging webinar, MCI technical expert Steve Kiner will introduce you to the theory of electricity, focusing on how currents flow, the importance of grounding, the elements of an electrical system (diodes, transistors, batteries, etc.) and more.
DECEMBER 14, 2011 — Cornering Knowledge: Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
See how ESC, a cutting-edge intelligent technology, assists the driver when vehicle stability enters a critical area in dangerous road or traffic conditions. ESC becomes active when the Electronic Control Unit senses instabilities in cornering, sudden direction changes, conditions like slippery lanes, and avoidance maneuvers. You'll also learn more about the components that make up the system, along with tips on operation and diagnostics. Led by one of MCI's top technical experts, this webinar is a must for all safety-conscious operators!
NOVEMBER 30, 2011 — Shifting Focus: Caring for your ZF Astronic Transmission
Many operators choose MCI coaches with ZF Astronic transmissions for their improved fuel economy. As with driving these coaches, maintaining them brings a bit of a learning curve. Led by one of MCI's top technical experts, this vital new webinar will help you understand the components of your ZF transmission, their operation, and basic troubleshooting to make sure that it's always smooth going.
NOVEMBER 2, 2011 — Warming Trend: Keeping Your Proheat® Humming
More than ever, your Proheat auxiliary heater plays a vital role, both in providing additional starting heat for your coach's engine in cold weather and in assisting 2007- and 2010-standard engines' emissions systems. In this new webinar, you'll learn more about Proheat components, their operation, service and troubleshooting techniques, all to keep this important piece of equipment working the way it should.
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SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 — Well-Rounded: Getting to Know Your Disc Brakes
Most newer MCI coaches are equipped with disc brake systems, and keeping them in good shape is one of the most important things you can do for your coach. Led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, this detailed webinar will offer tips and techniques for ensuring that your coach's EX 225 or D-LISA disc brakes are in top service form. Don't miss it.
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011 — Beating Issues With Drum Brakes
If you have an older coach with drum brakes, you owe it to yourself to attend this webinar. Led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, this invaluable session will lead you through proper operation and maintenance of this crucial system, along with handy service tips.
AUGUST 24, 2011 — Keeping it Straight: Steering and Front-End Alignment
Many things affect your steering, including tire wear and select components. In this webinar, led by William "Gator" Pryne, you'll learn what to look for, and when an alignment might be necessary, all so your coach maintains its maximum drivability down the road.
AUGUST 10, 2011 — Stopping Power: Know Your ABS
Your coach's Antilock Braking System (ABS) is essential for keeping passengers safe, preventing wheels from locking under heavy braking loads. This don't-miss webinar, led by William "Gator" Pryne, will cover ABS components, operations and diagnostics, all to make sure that this important system is always ready when your driver needs it.
JUNE 1, 2011 — A/C Troubleshooting: Pre-Micromax Systems
Many older MCI coaches use an electronic A/C control system that pre-dates Micromax. This webinar, led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, will show you virtually all you need to know to keep this system, which depends on a combination of electronic and other systems, in top operating order.
MAY 18, 2011 — A/C Troubleshooting: Micromax Systems
Many newer MCI A/C systems are controlled by a Micromax electronic control system. Led by MCI technical expert William "Gator" Pryne, This webinar will focus on operation of the Micromax system, starting with how it works. You'll learn how to troubleshoot any problems, along with the proper codes for issues ranging from low pressure to motor malfunctions. Don't turn on your A/C without it!
APRIL 20, 2011 — Caring for your Carrier A/C compressor
Your A/C compressor is perhaps the most important component in your passenger-cooling system. If you have one of the many MCI coaches that uses a Carrier-brand compressor, this webinar is meant for you. MCI technical expert William "Gator" Pryne will lead you through compressor components, showing you how they work, how to maintain them and how to diagnose and service them if things go wrong. This is your opportunity to get your compressor knowledge down cold!
APRIL 6, 2011 — Maintaining your MCI® A/C compressor
Many newer MCI coaches stay cool with an MCI-branded A/C compressor. This informative webinar will help you learn the maintenance tips and service techniques to keep it humming. You'll learn more about how the components work, and how to repair them as needed. Led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne.
JANUARY 26, 2011 — Data Line Diagnostics
Your data line is the main means of communication for your multiplex system, engine and transmission, so it's important to make sure you know what to do if something goes wrong. This informative webinar, led by MCI's Steve Kiner, will show you how the dedicated J1939 line works. You'll learn how to check connections, assess signal strength and more, all to keep your coach systems talking!
JANUARY 12, 2011 — Charge! Keeping Your Electrical System Going Strong
If your electrical charging system isn't in top form, you may be needlessly replacing batteries, alternators and other expensive components — or worse, risking low-voltage shutdowns while out on the road. This invaluable webinar, led by MCI's Steve Kiner, will cover operation and troubleshooting for your charging system, focusing on your batteries, alternators and regulator. You'll learn how to deal with the high demands of today's electronics and accessories, along with proper maintenance techniques to make sure that your batteries and other components can achieve a proper service lifespan.
DECEMBER 1, 2010 — Chassis 301: Kneeling System
Kneeling systems give your passengers a leg up when it comes to boarding, and this webinar is designed to do the same for you. MCI's William "Gator" Pryne will discuss the operation of the kneeling systems found on MCI coaches, along with procedures for diagnosing any issues that might arise.
NOVEMBER 17, 2010 — Chassis 201: Brakes
Your brakes are one of the most important systems on your coach, and it's paramount that your technicians know these systems inside and out. Led by MCI's William "Gator" Pryne, this invaluable seminar will give you basic operation and service tips for the disc and drum brake systems used on MCI coaches.
NOVEMBER 10, 2010 — 2010 Engines: Save fuel while saving the environment
MCI coaches will soon start shipping with 2010 EPA-compliant engines that promise a new level of eco-friendly transportation. Learn about the standard Cummins and optional Detroit Diesel engines MCI will be using in its models. Our experts will walk you through new engine technology, including Selective Catalytic Reduction, the DEF system and its operation in MCI coaches. This is a don't-miss webinar!
NOVEMBER 3, 2010 — Chassis 101: Air System Maintenance
The air system keeps your coach riding steady, so it pays to keep it in top condition. During this informative webinar, MCI's William "Gator" Pryne will guide you through the steps you need to take to properly maintain your air system components, with a focus on air compressors, air driers and air lines.
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010 — Electrical Systems 301: Troubleshooting
When things go wrong, know the right moves. This informative webinar will teach you to troubleshoot the most common electrical problems on your coach's multiplex or conventional electrical system. Our master technicians will show you how to read diagnostic LEDs, find voltage drops, diagnose open or short circuits and more, all using proper testing equipment and safety procedures.
SEPTEMBER 8, 2010 — Electrical Systems 201: Service Procedures
Once you know how to inspect your electrical systems, learn what you need to do to keep them in top form. This MCILearn session shows you necessary service procedures, with an added emphasis on proper tools and equipment.
AUGUST 18, 2010 — Electrical Systems 101: Preventative Maintenance
Your electrical system is essential to your coach's operation, so make sure you know how to keep it running smoothly. In this webinar, you'll learn how to inspect electrical systems such as those used for starting and charging; interior and exterior lighting; wires and connectors; and motors.
JULY 21, 2010 — Tool Box Essentials
Do you have all the tools you need to properly diagnose problems and make repairs on today's technologically advanced coaches? This MCILearn session will focus on everything from diagnostic and testing tools to the safety equipment your shop should have to ensure that you're giving your coaches state-of-the-art care.
JUNE 23, 2010 — HVAC 301: Troubleshooting
The HVAC system is complex, but troubleshooting it doesn't have to be. Learn what those LEDs and diagnostic codes really mean, and find out how to check for a bad transducer. It's essential knowledge for all coach owners who want to keep their passengers happy throughout the year.
JUNE 9, 2010 — HVAC 201: Service Techniques
There's a right way and a wrong way to service your HVAC system. In this detailed session, one of MCI's top technical experts will discuss proper tools and techniques — and the perils of taking shortcuts. So if you've ever wondered about the right way to pull out your freon or change your filter dryer, this is a don't-miss session.
MAY 26, 2010 — HVAC 101: Preventative Maintenance
There's a sure way to tell if your HVAC system isn't working — ask your passengers! In this session, one of MCI's most experienced technical experts will take you through the process of preventative maintenance — what to do, when to do it, and why.
APRIL 7, 2010 — Preventative Maintenance 301: Virtual walk-through
Now that you've learned why to implement a preventative maintenance program and what it should include, take a moment to accompany MCI's top experts on a front-to-back virtual tour of MCI systems and key components from a technical aspect. By the end, you'll know your coach — and what it needs — better than ever.
MARCH 24, 2010 — Preventative Maintenance 201: Maintenance by the book and beyond
Ever wonder how often you should perform various maintenance tasks? Maybe you've also questioned how your individual driving conditions, whether extreme desert heat or constant stop-and-go traffic, might affect your maintenance program. Our experts will guide you through a range of preventative maintenance concerns, addressing specifics as well as general guidelines.
MARCH 10, 2010 — Preventative Maintenance 101: Maintaining your advantage
Does a dollar spent on preventative maintenance really save you two dollars down the road? We think so, and we'll tell your why. During this MCILearn module, MCI's experts will discuss how sticking to a preventative maintenance program can save you money in emergency service calls and downtime, and extend the service life of your coach.
NOVEMBER 18, 2009 — Optimize the MCI Parts Store: Tips and Tools
Take advantage of ordering coach parts when it's convenient for you. The MCI Parts Store is available online, 24-7. This webinar will walk you through the ordering process and display the available features of the online parts store, such as tracking shipments and keeping records of past orders, simplifying the way you buy parts. Plus, earn a one-percent discount on your Parts Store purchases.
SEPTEMBER 23, 2009 — Presenting your company to the financial community
In today's economy more than ever, it is important to understand what the credit markets look for when considering coach financing for operators. Mike Denny, Vice President of MCI Financial Services, will explain what information is required by financial institutions, and the steps to best present your company. Additionally, bonus depreciation and increased Sec. 179 expensing limits will be discussed. These programs, which are part of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, expire at the end of 2009.
JULY 8, 2009 — Corporate Branding: Use Your Corporate Identity to Grow Sales
Gain a competitive advantage. Guidance will be offered on how to make the most of branding in the marketplace and how to leverage the benefits of motor coach travel in the current economy.
MAY 20, 2009 — Keeping Your Fleet Current With After-Market Kits and Refurbishment
Keep your older equipment looking and operating like new. Discover many of the ways to upgrade fleets. The session reviews installation of retrofits from the new-look D models' front-ends, emissions-lowering diesel particulate filters (DPF), and wheelchair lifts for ADA compliance. Plus, the session will cover the newer technology available for components such as brakes, compressors, tire pressure monitoring systems and other parts that help modernize your fleet, and allow coaches to run more efficiently.
MARCH 18, 2009 — Green Marketing Message
Plan ahead for Earth Day (April 22) opportunities and learn how you can market and publicize clean-diesel engine technology and green business practices.
FEBRUARY 18, 2009 — iWarranty: Optimizing the Electronic Format for MCI's iWarranty System
MCI's iWarranty system speeds up warranty claim processing. Led by MCI's Michael Anstead, the seminar teaches proper ways to use the system for parts ordering, tracking and record keeping.
FEBRUARY 4, 2009 — Updating your website for better results
Is your website getting the attention you want? Is it driving business to you? Learn the "how-to's" of successful website management. The seminar includes the latest findings on consumer preferences and content management.
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