Navistar Electronic Engine Controls

Covers the DT466E, T444E, 530E engines, including all operating systems- glow plug circuits, fuel supply and delivery, complete HEUI theory and application, oil pump low pressure and high pressure circuits, all plumbing circuits involved for both systems, computer and injector driver module systems, diagnostic procedures, computer strategies, injector sleeve replacements, common problems and pattern failures.  A complete 7.3 engine will be torn down in the classroom to examine fuel delivery!  A wide variety of engine parts are provided for demonstration purposes- cylinder head, turbocharger, fuel injectors, sensors, pumps, a complete fuel system, and more. A cylinder head which has been cut in half to expose all passageways is also used in class.  The class expands on diagnostics with time spent in the shop doing live tests on running Navistar equipped trucks with the factory MD Fleet software, ProLink, or other tool. 

A FULL COLOR training manual accompanies this class.
12 hours

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Electrical Theory and Troubleshooting

Principles, operation, and diagnosis of automotive electrical systems including: fundamentals of electricity, fundamentals of magnetism, charging systems, starting systems, and use of schematics. A hands-on class using demonstrator boards in the classroom to explore voltages, amperage, relay operation, series and parallel circuits, DVOM use, and diagnostics.  This class continues into the shop with each student completing a worksheet doing live diagnostics, with emphasis on starter and alternator amperage testing, voltage drop testing, proper alternator testing, proper battery testing, and ground circuits.  Testing in the shop is done with a VAT, DVOM, and any tool of choice. This class can be aimed at either automotive, truck, or both applications.

A FULL COLOR training manual accompanies this class. 
16 hours

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