Diesel Engine Computerized Management Systems 2
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This course is designed for the technician who wishes to service electronic management systems applied to small displacement diesel engines, (less than 10 litres). Systems reviewed include: HEUI used by Caterpillar 3126; Navistar T-444E, DT466E & 530E; 7.3L Ford Powerstroke; common rail fuel systems used by Cummins; ISB, ISC (CAPS) and GM 6.6L Duramax; electronically controlled GM 6.5L. Fuel and electrical system overviews include system programming features, component identification & operation, troubleshooting techniques for investigating system performance complaints, fault code diagnostics, and network communication where applicable. Technicians will use lab exercises to orient themselves with electronic service tools, and common service procedures associated with these engines. Prerequisites: 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. 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.