Diesel Engine Computerized Management Systems 1
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This introductory course is designed for the technician who wishes to service electronic engine management systems applied to large displacement diesel engines, (more than 10 litres). Systems reviewed include; Caterpillar ADEMS I & II (unit injection), Cummins, Celect, Celect Plus, ISL, ISM, ISX; Detroit Diesel DDEC III & IV; Mack, V-MAC and Volvo Vectro. System overviews include: system programming features, component identification and operation, data links, troubleshooting techniques for investigating performance complaints fault code diagnostics, and on-board data networks. Technicians will use lab exercises to become familiar with PC based, Pro-link and blink code engine diagnostics, injector adjustments and ECM reprogramming. Prerequisite: Must hold a valid 310S or 310T Service Technician licence, advanced apprentice or equivalent experience as determined by the department. Should be capable of navigating in a Windows 95 environment and have an understanding of basic electrical circuits Note: Safety boots and safety goggles must be work in the lab areas. You will be denied access to labs if you are dressed inappropriately.