AUT 205 : Engine Performance I

Transcript title

Engine Performance I

Credits

2

Grade mode

Standard letter grades

Contact hours total

40

Lecture hours

10

Lab hours

30

Prerequisites

AUT 103.

Description

Studies the diagnosis of drivability problems. Covers engine analysis, cooling and exhaust systems, ignition and fuel management systems.

Learning outcomes

1. Describe and apply tests and procedures to assess the:
a. Mechanical health of the Engine.
b. Proper functioning of the fuel supply and injection systems.
c. Proper functioning of the engine management systems.
d. Proper functioning of the cooling system.
e. Proper functioning of electrical circuits, components and ignition system.
f. Proper functioning of the vehicle’s intake, exhaust and evaporative systems.
2. Perform Exhaust Emission test with a Five-Gas Analyzer to determine engine operation and efficiency.
3. Communicate technical information verbally and in writing.
4. Describe and practice safety procedures while working in an automotive shop environment.

Outside of
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