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The following courses are listed under different names in the course catalog, please consult your counselor about each course.
Electrical II - 1 Hour - Spring/Fall Semester
This course is designed to prepare students for diagnosing electrical
faults in the automotive industry. Students will be trained in the
classroom as well as in the lab area. Atech fault insertion equipment is
utilized in the classroom for Electrical I and II courses. This program
builds basic diagnostic skills as well as an understanding of
electrical theory. The following will be covered in this program.
- Digital Electronics (Transistors, Diodes, Resisters, Capacitors....)
- OBD I and OBD II Diagnostics
- Electrical System Schematic Analysis
- Live Vehicle Fault Insertions
- Engine Sensor/Actuator Theory and Testing
- DVOM and Oscilloscope Testing
- Emissions Testings
Engine Performance - 2 Hours - Spring/Fall
This course is designed to teach students how to completely rebuild
engines as well as diagnose common engine problems. Students are
required to disassemble, measure, reassemble, and start a live engine.
Students will gain knowledge of engine components, theory of operation,
and industry procedures. The following will be covered in this program.
- Engine Rebuilding
- Performance Modifications
- Industry Equipment and Procedures
- Spark and Injector Testing
- Engine Tuning
- Engine Failure Analysis and Diagnosis
Automatic Transmissions - 2 Hours - Spring/Fall
This course is designed to teach students how to
perform diagnostic checks, repairs procedures, and complete overhaul an
automatic transmission. Students are required to disassemble, measure, reassemble, and test their transmission on the dynamometer. The following will be covered in this program.
- Transmission Rebuilding
- Component Measuring
- Pressure Checks
- Dynamometer Testing
Joshua George M.Ed
Billings Career Center