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AMST2218 – Electronic Powertrain Control II pdf

Credits: 3 (1/2/0)
Description: Students in this course will study the many electronic control systems used on today's passenger cars and light trucks. Second-generation on-board diagnostic strategies will be covered for ignition, fuel and emissions systems. The course will also incorporate hybrid technology, high-pressure gas fuel injection and diesel injection operation and testing.
Prerequisites: AMST1101 AND AMST1111 AND AMST2214
Corequisites: (None)
Competencies:
  1. Exhibit safety precautions and professionalism.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of environmental and OSHA regulations.
  3. Interpret service information.
  4. Diagnose vehicle problems using manufacturers' diagnostic equipment.
  5. Diagnose vehicle problems by symptom based diagnostics.
  6. Perform diagnostic and service procedures involving hybrid vehicles.
  7. Perform diagnostic and service procedures on gasoline fuel-injected engines.
  8. Perform diagnostic and service procedures on light-duty diesel engines.
  9. Interpret on-board diagnostic second generation monitors.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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