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Mechanics Training - Tier 4 Diesel Engine Air Induction & Emissions Control
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5 days
Crosby, TX

Mechanics Training - Tier 4 Diesel Engine Air Induction and Emissions Control

                This course will give the student a strong foundation in Diesel engine air induction and emissions control.  Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the functions, construction, types, styles, and applications of diesel engine intake systems and crankcase ventilation systems.
  • Identify and describe the construction, types, styles, and application of turbochargers.
  • Describe the functions, construction, and applications of diesel engine exhaust gas recirculation strategies.
  • Explain the principles of operation of diesel exhaust emission aftertreatment systems and methods for performing inspection and diagnostic procedures.
  • Identify and describe circuit monitoring strategies for out-of-range fault detection and identify and describe principles of fault detection and diagnosis.

The learning environment will be established in both the classroom and the service shop.

Diesel Engine Air Induction and Emissions Control

            This course will give the student a strong foundation in Diesel engine air induction and emissions control.  Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the functions, construction, types, styles, and applications of diesel engine intake systems and crankcase ventilation systems.
  • Identify and describe the construction, types, styles, and application of turbochargers.
  • Describe the functions, construction, and applications of diesel engine exhaust gas recirculation strategies.
  • Explain the principles of operation of diesel exhaust emission aftertreatment systems and methods for performing inspection and diagnostic procedures.
  • Identify and describe circuit monitoring strategies for out-of-range fault detection and identify and describe principles of fault detection and diagnosis.

The learning environment will be established in both the classroom and the service shop. 

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