Diesel Engine Service

Course Code CEDM-926
Lecture hours per week
Lab hours per week
Course Availability: Open

This 42-hour course is designed for the technician who wishes to diagnose and repair diesel engines. In addition to reviewing construction and operation of engine and fuel system components, diagnostic repair and adjustment procedures are examined in detail. Systematic coverage includes inspection procedures, failure analysis and overhaul practices related to engine blocks, cylinder heads, cylinder components, gear trains, crankshafts, bearings, air induction systems, cooling systems, turbochargers, exhaust systems, engine brakes, fuel nozzles, unit injectors, injection pumps, governors and air fuel ratio devices. Lab exercises are used to acquaint the technician with common service and repair practices. Some electronic engine diagnostics are incorporated into the lab exercises. Prerequisite: Must hold a valid 310S or 310T Service Technician licence, advanced apprentice or equivalent experience as determined by the department 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.