Just Cars+ Classes

Celebrating 15 Years of Fellowship

Learn from the industry’s best. Stacy Hetchler, Chad Edwards, Brian VanDenburgh, Andrew Alchin, Dane Smolensky, and Sean Preuss will be presenting classes on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  Rooms #39, 40, 41.  You must bring 2+ working devices such as a car remote, a working calculator, anything that has a light or send a signal we can test.  We prefer two working remotes.  The more legs the harder to do!!

Register early for one or more of these classes which will take place Thursday, April 5th through Sunday, April 8th.

Thursday, April 5th

Just Cars+ Classes

In-Circuit EEPROM Class – Thursday

In-Circuit EEPROM Class – Thursday

$150.00

Thursday, April 5th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

This year we will be offering a class for in-circuit approach to EEPROM reading/writing at Just Cars! This class will offer training for basic to advance in-circuit EEPROM and device reading/writing without the need to de-solder.

Class is Sold Out

Description

Thursday, April 5th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

This year we will be offering a class for in-circuit approach to EEPROM reading/writing at Just Cars! This class will offer training for basic to advance in-circuit EEPROM and device reading/writing without the need to de-solder.

In this class the student will understand the importance and differences between in-circuit and out-of-circuit device reading. Some of the models to be covered include Chevrolet, Isuzu, Saab, Mercedes, Toyota, Lexus, and Volkswagen! Additionally, the class will provide information on the various types of programmers, EEPROM readers/writers, and the equipment needed to convert the EEPROM dump into useable information.

The student will be introduced to the different device types which can safely be read without any need for de-soldering. By the end of the class the student will be able to identify the mask location, general device type and the equipment to be used to safely complete the job.

Select this option if you wish to enroll in the Thursday Morning In-Circuit EEPROM Class.

EEPROM Class – Thursday

EEPROM Class – Thursday

$150.00

Thursday, April 5th: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 39

Attendance of the Soldering class prior to the EEPROM class is mandatory. If you are proficient in the application of micro soldering techniques, you will be required to sign a document attesting to your soldering proficiency. All classes are on a first-come first-served basis.

Class is Sold Out

Description

Thursday, April 5th: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 39

Required Prerequisites:

Each student is required to have either taken the Just Cars+ Soldering Class or a working knowledge and experience with soldering as it pertains to microelectronics. A signed affidavit attesting to the student’s soldering proficiency will be required in lieu of taking the Just Cars+ Soldering Class.

Objective:

This course will provide an introduction to identifying data storage devices and the use of real world equipment to acquire, read, modify, and reprogram these devices with the goal of producing transponders to start vehicles economically.

Description:

The class we will begin with simple in circuit examples of reading EEPROMs. It will then move on to removing EEPROMs from the circuit, reading them with multiple pieces of equipment and then modifying the data. The latest available equipment will be used to produce a transponder that will ultimately be able to start vehicles including water recreational vehicles and motorcycles. With the manufacturers increasing security and the increase in diagnostic equipment costs and fees to use said equipment, EEPROM work may be the last hope to produce keys for cars in the future.

Class Goal:

With provided equipment, students will gain actual hands-on experience of how transponders work at a computer level and with the knowledge to proceed into the future of automotive key generation. This class will instill confidence in the student’s ability to continue profiting with key generation and with very little capital equipment investment.

Note:

Students are also encouraged to bring real world modules and transponder containing electronics from cars and motorcycles for use in the class. It should be kept in mind that the more legs a device has, the more time it will take to desolder said device. Please keep in mind that if components are removed in advance, there will be no way of inspecting your work.

Soldering Class – Thursday

Soldering Class – Thursday

$150.00

Thursday, April 5th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

Attendance of the Soldering class prior to the EEPROM class is mandatory. If you are proficient in the application of micro soldering techniques, you will be required to sign a document attesting to your soldering proficiency.

Seats Available: 1

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Description

Thursday, April 5th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

Course Objective:

This course will provide an introduction to, practice with and real world application of identifying, soldering, and desoldering components within automotive electronic security systems. There will be a brief introduction to acquiring automotive data directly from storage devices within the automotive security systems.

Description:

All the necessary equipment to locate, remove and reapply data storage devices in automotive security modules will be supplied for use within the course. This class is focused on the physical side of EEPROM work as it pertains to the removal of devices from the security circuits. A brief explanation of acquiring their data and a lengthy explanation of returning the devices without damage to the modules or devices will be provided.

Class Goal:

Upon completion of this class each student will have gained 4 hours of actual hands-on practice desoldering, fluxing, cleaning, and resoldering devices as they pertain to automotive security system work.

Requirements:

Each student must provide two working automotive remote that contains at least an 8 leg component.

Friday, April 6th

Just Cars+ Classes

EEPROM Class – Friday

EEPROM Class – Friday

$150.00

Friday, April 6th: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 39

Attendance of the Soldering class prior to the EEPROM class is mandatory. If you are proficient in the application of micro soldering techniques, you will be required to sign a document attesting to your soldering proficiency. All classes are on a first-come first-served basis.

Class is Sold Out

Description

Friday, April 6th: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 39

Required Prerequisites:

Each student is required to have either taken the Just Cars+ Soldering Class or a working knowledge and experience with soldering as it pertains to microelectronics. A signed affidavit attesting to the student’s soldering proficiency will be required in lieu of taking the Just Cars+ Soldering Class.

Objective:

This course will provide an introduction to identifying data storage devices and the use of real world equipment to acquire, read, modify, and reprogram these devices with the goal of producing transponders to start vehicles economically.

Description:

The class we will begin with simple in circuit examples of reading EEPROMs. It will then move on to removing EEPROMs from the circuit, reading them with multiple pieces of equipment and then modifying the data. The latest available equipment will be used to produce a transponder that will ultimately be able to start vehicles including water recreational vehicles and motorcycles. With the manufacturers increasing security and the increase in diagnostic equipment costs and fees to use said equipment, EEPROM work may be the last hope to produce keys for cars in the future.

Class Goal:

With provided equipment, students will gain actual hands-on experience of how transponders work at a computer level and with the knowledge to proceed into the future of automotive key generation. This class will instill confidence in the student’s ability to continue profiting with key generation and with very little capital equipment investment.

Note:

Students are also encouraged to bring real world modules and transponder containing electronics from cars and motorcycles for use in the class. It should be kept in mind that the more legs a device has, the more time it will take to desolder said device. Please keep in mind that if components are removed in advance, there will be no way of inspecting your work.

Soldering Class – Friday

Soldering Class – Friday

$150.00

Friday, April 6th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

Attendance of the Soldering class prior to the EEPROM class is mandatory. If you are proficient in the application of micro soldering techniques, you will be required to sign a document attesting to your soldering proficiency.

Seats Available: 2

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Description

Friday, April 6th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

Course Objective:

This course will provide an introduction to, practice with and real world application of identifying, soldering, and desoldering components within automotive electronic security systems. There will be a brief introduction to acquiring automotive data directly from storage devices within the automotive security systems.

Description:

All the necessary equipment to locate, remove and reapply data storage devices in automotive security modules will be supplied for use within the course. This class is focused on the physical side of EEPROM work as it pertains to the removal of devices from the security circuits. A brief explanation of acquiring their data and a lengthy explanation of returning the devices without damage to the modules or devices will be provided.

Class Goal:

Upon completion of this class each student will have gained 4 hours of actual hands-on practice desoldering, fluxing, cleaning, and resoldering devices as they pertain to automotive security system work.

Requirements:

Each student must provide two working automotive remote that contains at least an 8 leg component.

Saturday, April 7th

Just Cars+ Classes

EEPROM Class – Saturday

EEPROM Class – Saturday

$150.00

Saturday, April 7th: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 39

Attendance of the Soldering class prior to the EEPROM class is mandatory. If you are proficient in the application of micro soldering techniques, you will be required to sign a document attesting to your soldering proficiency. All classes are on a first-come first-served basis.

Seats Available: 5

View Class

Description

Saturday, April 7th: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 39

Required Prerequisites:

Each student is required to have either taken the Just Cars+ Soldering Class or a working knowledge and experience with soldering as it pertains to microelectronics. A signed affidavit attesting to the student’s soldering proficiency will be required in lieu of taking the Just Cars+ Soldering Class.

Objective:

This course will provide an introduction to identifying data storage devices and the use of real world equipment to acquire, read, modify, and reprogram these devices with the goal of producing transponders to start vehicles economically.

Description:

The class we will begin with simple in circuit examples of reading EEPROMs. It will then move on to removing EEPROMs from the circuit, reading them with multiple pieces of equipment and then modifying the data. The latest available equipment will be used to produce a transponder that will ultimately be able to start vehicles including water recreational vehicles and motorcycles. With the manufacturers increasing security and the increase in diagnostic equipment costs and fees to use said equipment, EEPROM work may be the last hope to produce keys for cars in the future.

Class Goal:

With provided equipment, students will gain actual hands-on experience of how transponders work at a computer level and with the knowledge to proceed into the future of automotive key generation. This class will instill confidence in the student’s ability to continue profiting with key generation and with very little capital equipment investment.

Note:

Students are also encouraged to bring real world modules and transponder containing electronics from cars and motorcycles for use in the class. It should be kept in mind that the more legs a device has, the more time it will take to desolder said device. Please keep in mind that if components are removed in advance, there will be no way of inspecting your work.

Soldering Class – Saturday

Soldering Class – Saturday

$150.00

Saturday, April 7th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

Attendance of the Soldering class prior to the EEPROM class is mandatory. If you are proficient in the application of micro soldering techniques, you will be required to sign a document attesting to your soldering proficiency.

Seats Available: 19

View Class

Description

Saturday, April 7th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

Course Objective:

This course will provide an introduction to, practice with and real world application of identifying, soldering, and desoldering components within automotive electronic security systems. There will be a brief introduction to acquiring automotive data directly from storage devices within the automotive security systems.

Description:

All the necessary equipment to locate, remove and reapply data storage devices in automotive security modules will be supplied for use within the course. This class is focused on the physical side of EEPROM work as it pertains to the removal of devices from the security circuits. A brief explanation of acquiring their data and a lengthy explanation of returning the devices without damage to the modules or devices will be provided.

Class Goal:

Upon completion of this class each student will have gained 4 hours of actual hands-on practice desoldering, fluxing, cleaning, and resoldering devices as they pertain to automotive security system work.

Requirements:

Each student must provide two working automotive remote that contains at least an 8 leg component.

Sunday, April 8th

Just Cars+ Classes

In-Circuit EEPROM Class – Sunday

In-Circuit EEPROM Class – Sunday

$150.00

Sunday, April 8th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

This year we will be offering a class for in-circuit approach to EEPROM reading/writing at Just Cars! This class will offer training for basic to advance in-circuit EEPROM and device reading/writing without the need to de-solder.

Class is Sold Out

Description

Sunday, April 8th: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Class will be held in Room 42

This year we will be offering a class for in-circuit approach to EEPROM reading/writing at Just Cars! This class will offer training for basic to advance in-circuit EEPROM and device reading/writing without the need to de-solder.

In this class the student will understand the importance and differences between in-circuit and out-of-circuit device reading. Some of the models to be covered include Chevrolet, Isuzu, Saab, Mercedes, Toyota, Lexus, and Volkswagen! Additionally, the class will provide information on the various types of programmers, EEPROM readers/writers, and the equipment needed to convert the EEPROM dump into useable information.

The student will be introduced to the different device types which can safely be read without any need for de-soldering. By the end of the class the student will be able to identify the mask location, general device type and the equipment to be used to safely complete the job.

Just Cars Auto Expo 2018

CARIBE ROYALE ORLANDO

This year we celebrate 15 years by going back to the Caribe Resort in Orlando, Florida on April 5-8, 2018 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.