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Advanced Mechanical Engineering: Automotive Fault Diagnosis and Repair Course

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  • Course description
    Understanding Diagnosis;  Work Safety Practices;  Diagnostic Terminology;  Report Writing. Diagnostic Process:  The Six-Stage Process;  The Art of Diagnostics;  Diagnostic Concern;  Cause and Correction;  Root Cause Analysis.  Making Diagnosis on Paper;  Mechanical Diagnostic Techniques:  Checking;  Noise;  Vibration;  Harshness;  Noise Conditions;  Vibration Conditions;  Road Test;  Engine Noises;  Sources.   Electrical Diagnostic Techniques:  Checking;  Test Lights and Analogue Meters;  Procedure in Electrical Testing;  Volt Drop Testing;  Short Circuit Testing;  Load Tests;  Black Box Techniques; Sensor to ECU Method;  Flight Recorder Tests  Faultfinding;  Colour Codes and terminal Numbers;  Back Probing Connectors.  Fault Codes:  Fast and Slow;  Fault Code Examples;  Clearing.  Systems:  Systems, Defined;  Vehicle Systems;  Open-loop Systems;  Closed-loop Systems;  Block Diagrams.  Sources of Data:  Autodata;  Bosch ESltronic. Basic Equipment:  Basic Hand Tools;  Test Equipment Accuracy;  Multimeters;  Logic Probe.  Oscilloscopes:  Waveforms.  Scanners:  On-board Diagnostic (OBD);  Serial Port Communications; OBD2 Signal Protocols;  AutoTap OBD Scanner;  Bosch KTS Diagnostic Equipment;  Engine Analysers.  Emission Testing:  Exhaust Gas Measurement;  Exhaust Analyser;  Emission Limits.  Pressure Testing:  Automotive Pressure Oscilloscope Transducer. Sensors:  Essentials of Sensor and Sensor Diagnostics;  Inductive Sensors;  Variable Resistance;  How Wire Airfow Sensor;  Thermistors;  Hall Effect Sensors;  Piezo Accelerometer;  Oxygen Sensors;  Pressure Sensors;  Variable Capacitance;  Optical Sensors;  Dynamic Position Sensors  Rain Sensor.  Actuators:  Testing Actuators;  Motorised and Solenoid Actuators; Solenoid Actuators;  Thermal Actuators.  Engine Waveforms:  Primary Ignition;  Secondary Ignition;  Diesel Glow Plugs;  Alternator Waveform;  Relative Compression Petrol.  Communication Networks:  CAN;  LIN;  FlexRay. Evolution:  Vehicle Emissions and Environmental Health;  The Development of the Emission and Control Legislation;  Vehicle Emission Control Strategies.  Understanding On-board Diagnostics:  OBD Scenario;  Origins of OBD;  P-code Composition;  European on-bard Diagnostics and Global Adoption.  Gasoline On-Board Diagnostic Monitors:  Legislative Drivers;  Component Monitoring;  Rationality Testing;  Circuit Testing;  Catalyst Monitor; Evaporative System Monitor;  Fuel System Monitor;  Exhaust Gas Circulation Monitor;  Secondary Air Monitor;  Monitors and Readiness Fags; Mist Redetection:  Mist Remonitor;  Crank Speed Actuation;  Ionising Current Monitoring;  Cylinder Pressure Sensing;  Exhaust Pressure Analysis.  OBD Summary:  OBD2;  EOBD;  Features and technology of Current Systems.  Driving Cycles;  Future Developments in Diagnostic Systems:  OBD3;  Diesel Engines;  Rate-Based Monitoring;  Model-Based Development. Engine Operation:  Four-Stroke Cycle  Cylinder Layouts;  Carnshaft Drives;  Valve Mechanisms;  Valve and Ignition Timing.  Diagnosing Engine:  Systematic Testing;  Test Equipment;  Test Results;  Engine Fault Diagnosis.  Fuel System:  Carburation.  Diagnosing Fuel System:  Systematic Testing;  Test Equipment;  Test Results;  Fuel Fault Diagnosis.  Engine Management;  Ignition:  Essentials of Ignition;  Advance Angle;  Electronic Ignition;  Hall Effect Distributor;  Inductive Distributor;  Current-limiting and Closed-loop Dwell;  Programmed Ignition;  Distributorless Ignition; Diagnosing Ignition System:  Testing Procedure;  Ignition Fault Diagnostic;  Ignition Components and Testing;  DIS Diagnostics;  Spark Plugs.  Emissions:  Exhaust Gas Recirculation;  Catalytic Converters.  Diagnosing Emission:  Testing Procedure;  Emission Fault Diagnostic;  Fuel Injection:  Injection Systems;  Fuel Injection Components;  Fuel Mixture Calculation.  Diagnosing Fuel Injection Systems:  Testing Procedure;  Fuel Injection Fault Diagnosis.  Diesel Injection:  Electronic Control of Diesel Injection;  Common Rail Diesel Systems;  Diesel Exhaust Emissions;  Catalytic Converter Diesel;  Filters.  Diagnosing Diesel Injection Systems:  Test Equipment;  Engine Management:  Closed-loop Lambda Control;  Engine Management Operation;  Gasoline Direct Injection.  Diagnosing Combined Ignition and Fuel Systems:  Testing Procedure;  Combined Ignition and Fuel Control Fault Diagnosis Table;  Fuel Pump Testing;  Injector Testing.  Engine Management and Fault Finding Information:  Diagnosis Chart;  Circuit Diagrams;  Component Testing Data.  Air Supply and Exhaust Systems:  Exhaust System;  Catalytic Converters;  Air Supply System.  Diagnosing Exhaust and Air Supply:  Systematic Testing;  Test Results;  Exhaust and Air Supply Fault Diagnosis;  Exhaust Fault Diagnosis.  Cooling:  Air-cooled System;  Diagnosing Cooling:  Systematic Testing;  Test Equipment;  Test Results;  Cooling Fault Diagnosis.  Lubrication:  Lubrication System;  Oil Filters;  Oil Pumps;  Crankcase Ventilation Engine Breather Systems.  Diagnosing Lubrication:  Systematic Testing;  Test Equipment;  Test Results;  Lubrication Fault Diagnosis.  Batteries:  Safety;  Lead-Acid Batteries;  Battery Rating.  Diagnosing Batteries:  Servicing Batteries;  Maintenance-free;  Charging;  Battery Faults;  Testing Batteries.  Starting:  Starter Circuit;  Inertia Starters;  Pre-engaged Starters;  Permanent Magnet Starters;  Keyless Starting System.  Starting Diagnostics:  Circuit Testing Procedure;  Starting Fault Diagnosis.  Charging:  Basic Principles;  Rectification of AC to DC;  Regulation of Output Voltage;  Charging Circuits.  Charging Diagnostics:  Testing Procedure;  Charging Fault Diagnosis. Brakes:  Principle of Hydraulic Braking;  Disc and Drum Brake Systems;  Brake Adjustments;  Servo-assisted Braking.  Diagnosing Brakes Problems:  Systematic Testing;  Test Equipment;  Dial gauge;  Test Results;  Brakes fault Diagnosis;  Brake Hydraulic Faults.  Antilock Brakes:  General System Description;  ABS Components.  Diagnosing Antilock Brakes Problems:  Systematic Testing Procedure;  Antilock Brakes Fault Diagnosis;  Bleeding Antilock Brakes.  Traction Control:  Control Functions;  System Operation.  Traction control:  Systematic Testing;  Traction Control Fault Diagnosis.  Steering and Tyres:  Construction of a Tubeless Radial Tyre;  Steering Box and Rack;  Power Assisted Steering;  Steering Characteristics;  Camber;  Castor;  Swivel Axis Inclination;  Tracking;  Scrub Radius.  Steering and Tyres Diagnostics:  Systematic Testing;  Test Equipment.Contact us for the Course Brochure.

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