At Spartan, we take an all-inclusive approach to ensuring vehicle success. We offer industry-leading training opportunities for those who service, configure, repair and drive our vehicles. We believe that big investments warrant the right knowledge to maintain and service them. It’s our commitment to ensure our customers and their technicians get just that.
Spartan offers expert training to technicians at our service centers, dealers and OEM partners. These programs focus on product-specific servicing, and are especially devoted to keeping our partners/dealers up-to-date on technical advancements.
The Fire truck specific technician training consists of four days of personalized on-site training pertaining to your specific truck. Topics covered include:
The following course content was designed to present the technician with a solid understanding of the chassis components. Spartan Motors is constantly looking to improve our current product offerings to meet the needs of our customers in terms of comfort, reliability and quality. Training is one way to stay abreast of product enhancements.
Full service chassis maintenance procedures and part numbers will be covered, and information on Cummins, Caterpillar and Allison components will also be provided.
This class will cover the different types of hydraulic systems that Spartan Motors uses in production using hydraulic schematics. Troubleshooting all systems, proper flushing of the hydraulic system.
This class will cover the operation of all individual air brake components and how they interact with each other. Troubleshooting of the chassis air brake system, review of the Wabco air brake and hydraulic ABS operation will be provided. An introduction to the Wabco Toolbox software and RSC & ESC operation will also be covered.
This class will cover the chassis electrical system. Here, you will learn how to read a Spartan Chassis wiring diagram and harness structure. You will also learn to troubleshoot the Ametek Dixson gauges.
This class will cover the different front and rear suspensions used on the motorhome chassis. Setting chassis ride height, basic alignment tips and troubleshooting will be covered.
|Oct 03, 2021 - Oct 08, 2021||2021 Fire Truck Training Conference (POSTPONED)||Date Pending|