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MRNT2231 – Engine Performance Rebuild and Diagnostics pdf

Credits: 5 (2/3/0)
Description: This course covers the disassembly, inspection of serviceability and the return of the equipment to the manufacturer's specifications or to a higher performance level. Included in this course is the analysis/diagnosis of the reason for failure and the prevention of future like failures. Students are welcome to bring in their own engines for this course.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: (None)
  1. Determine failure causes.
  2. Repair or replace failed engine components.
  3. Describe engine mechanical testing procedures.
  4. Perform engine adjustments.
  5. Determine component serviceability.
  6. Perform component measurement.
  7. Troubleshoot runability issues.
  8. Disassemble engine according to proper procedure.
  9. Inspect lubrication system.
  10. Inspect cooling system.
  11. Service cylinder head.
  12. Perform engine noise diagnosis.
  13. Describe timing procedures.
  14. Perform timing procedures.
  15. Assemble engine according to outlined procedures.
  16. Analyze engine equipment data/symptoms.
  17. Install engine.
  18. Run engine and adjust to factory specifications.
  19. Classify engine oil ratings as established by the American Petroleum Institute (API).
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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