Equipment Repair and Service

FORKLIFT AND MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

Trust Atlantic Coast ToyotaLift to service and repair your material handling equipment, with experience based solutions gained over the course of 45 years in the industry. It is our mission to provide our customers with services and products to help them get their work done by providing solutions to problems we have solved for other satisfied customers.

Atlantic Coast ToyotaLift and Toyota Material Handling are committed to improvement and that is embodied very clearly in the commitment to developing service technicians who are vital to continued success.

Atlantic Coast Service Technicians are encouraged to develop their skills and become self reliant in their daily work.

2

Average Hours
Response Time

57

Number of Technicians
at ACT

6

Average Years of
Technician Experience

Why trust Atlantic Coast ToyotaLift with your valuable material handling equipment?

Our service technicians are committed to constant improvement. This makes us confident when we say that we provide excellent service.

TOYOTA CERTIFIED

Pre-Requisites: Forklift Operator Certification

Objective: Complete PM's on all products. Retrieve error codes. Perform non-diagnostic repairs.

Classroom Courses
  • T100 — Foundations for Success
  • T110 or T111 — Planned Maintenance

    Demonstrate competence in performing planned maintenance tasks.

    Technician can attend the standard course (110) or Service Manager/Mentor Signoff** (111)

  • T130 — Mast Inspection and Repair

    Safely perform inspection and needed repairs of all material handling components, such as forks, chains, lift brackets and masts.

TOYOTA BRONZE CERTIFICATION

Pre-Requisites: Toyota Certified

Objective: Diagnose and repair I/C and electric issues.

TOYOTA SILVER CERTIFICATION

Pre-Requisites: Toyota Certified; Toyota Bronze Certification

Objective: Diagnose and repair most I/C and electric issues.

Classroom Courses
  • T310 — Sit Down Electric Truck Product

    This class focuses on the electrical/hydraulic components of Class 1 sit down product. Emphasis is placed on understanding the theory of operation, wiring/hydraulic diagrams, troubleshooting, and repair.

  • T320 — Stand Up Electric Truck Product

    This class focuses on the electrical/hydraulic components of Class 2 and Class 1 stand up products. Emphasis is placed on understanding the theory of operation, wiring/hydraulic diagrams, troubleshooting, and repair.

  • T330 — Class III Electric Truck Product

    This class focuses on the electrical/hydraulic components of Class 3 products. Emphasis is placed on understanding the theory of operation, wiring/hydraulic diagrams, troubleshooting, and repair.

  • T340 — Toyota Electronic Engine Control Systems

    This class focuses on understanding and diagnosis of computerized engine control systems and sensors for Class 4 or 5 internal combustion products. Includes gasoline, diesel and LPG fuel systems; as well as emission systems.

Classroom Courses
  • T210 — General Products and Engines

    Introduction to the full line of Toyota Products as well as the resources available to assist with troubleshooting and repair.

eLearning 200-level Courses
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 1
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 2
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 3
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 4
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 5
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 6
  • Electrical System and Theory Mod 7
Classroom Courses
  • T220 — Electrical Systems and Theory

    Introduction to electricity and builiding all electrical circuits. Class details Ohms Law and key features of all types of circuits as well as basic component testing.

eLearning 200-level Courses
  • 8-Series Electrical Wiring Diagram V2
Classroom Courses
  • T230 — I/C Chassis Electrical Diagnosis

    Technicians learn how to read and understand electrical wiring diagrams, symbols, and determine circuit sequence of operation.

eLearning 200-level Courses
  • Hydraulic Systems Powertrain Mod 1
  • Hydraulic Systems Powertrain Mod 2
  • Hydraulic Systems Powertrain Mod 3
Classroom Courses
  • T240 — Hydraulic Systems/Powertrain

    Technicians will learn how to read and understand hydraulic symbols, schematics, and hydraulic circuit components.

TOYOTA GOLD CERTIFICATION

Pre-Requisites: Toyota Certified; Toyota Bronze Certificationl Toyota Silver Certification

Objective: Diagnose and repair all I/C and electric issues with little assistance.

  • T410 — Advanced Troubleshooting Classes 1-5

    Technicians will be evaluated on their understanding of all Toyota product classes by resolving unit faults. Emphasis is placed on proper use of electronic resources and diagnostic tools while demonstrating their understanding of system operation.

  • ASE Certification (USA) OR Red Seal Certification (Canada)

    Obtain at least one ASE Certification OR Red Seal Certification

Additional Requirements

  • Master Technician Gold Test.

TOYOTA PLATINUM CERTIFICATION

Pre-Requisites: Toyota Certified; Toyota Bronze Certification; Toyota Silver Certification; Toyota Gold Certification Annual Platinum Test

  • Annually administered 100 question online test to evaluate a technician's product knowledge. Available to Gold Level Technicians.

ATLANTIC COAST TOYOTALIFT SERVICE TECHNICIAN LEVELS*

2

Platinum

3

Gold

13

Silver

5

Bronze

*as of 3-25-2020

Technicians not mentioned here are Toyota Certified.