Automotive Repair and Maintenance (Dubai)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Wolverhampton (Inglaterra)

Más de $ 9000

Información importante

  • Curso intensivo
  • Advanced
  • Wolverhampton (Inglaterra)
  • 80 horas de clase
  • Duración:
    10 Days
  • Cuándo:
    A definir

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
 Be knowledgeable of the computers used on modern vehicles;
 Understand the concept of static electricity;
 Identify the categories and types of battery;
 Battery construction;
 Determine the battery chemical action;
 Define parasitic loads;
 Identify battery terminals;
 Define dry-charged battery;
 Discuss the charging system;
 Illustrate the following starter system:
• Starter motor principles;
• Starter motor construction;
• Starter drive system;
• Starter solenoid;
• Starter actuating switches.
 Specify the different wire sizes;
 Describe automotive wiring harness;
 Acquire familiarity about manu circuits;
 Learn the rules in proper colour coding of wires;
 Distinguish terminal blocks from junction blocks;
 Name some circuit protection devices;
 Be knowledgeable about the different vehicle lights and light switches and the corresponding role of each;
 Discuss the principles of chassis mounted solenoids and relays;
 Determine when the use of horn relays is necessary;
 Learn how rear window defogger (mirror defroster) operates;
 Specify some electric gauges;

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For Whom This Course is Designed
This Course is Designed For:

 Mechanics;
 Automotive Engineers;
 Automotive Technicians;
 Electrical Engineers;
 Mechanical Engineers;
 Drivers.


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122a Bhylls Lane, WV3 8DZ, West Midlands, Inglaterra

¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Automotive Mechanics
Automotive Mechanic Training
Repair Maintenance
Automotive Systems
Construction Training


Automotive Repair and Maintenance

Leading to Diploma-Postgraduate in Automotive Repair and Maintenance (Double Credit)



Course Contents, Concepts and Issues


Part 1: The Fuel System


  • Carburetors;

  • Carburetors Drawbacks;

  • Fuel Injection;

  • Electronic Fuel Injection;

  • Engine Management System;

  • Caring for the Fuel System;

  • Fuel Filter Change;

  • Air Filter Changes;

  • Choosing the Correct Fuel;

  • Pre-Ignition and Detonation;

  • Oxygenated Fuel;

  • Dealing With Fuel in Cold Weather;

  • Fuel System Troubleshooting.



Part 2: Automotive Engine


  • Diesel Engines;

  • Hybrids;

  • Modern Combustion Technology;

  • Checking the Coolant;

  • Checking the Oil;

  • Synthetic Oils;

  • Air Cleaner Changes;

  • Repairing Leaks;

  • Coolant Leaks;

  • Engine Troubleshooting.



Part 3: Automotive Electrical System


  • The Battery;

  • Important Terms Associated with Battery;

  • Reasons for Automotive Battery Failures;

  • Battery Maintenance;

  • Alternator and Charging System;

  • Charging System Test;

  • Starting System;

  • Dealing with No-Start Engine;

  • Quick Starting System Test;

  • Booster Cables;

  • Determining the Condition of the Parts;

  • Spark;

  • The Electrical System;

  • Electronic Control Modules;

  • Dealing with Thing Shortage, Fizzle and Death;

  • The Fuses Relays and Connection Principles;

  • Electrical System Troubleshooting.



Part 4: The Cooling System


  • Cooling System Maintenance;

  • Corrosion;

  • Drive Belt, Radiator and Heater Hose Care;

  • Troubleshooting;

  • Overheating of Engine: Signs;

  • Cooling System Troubleshooting.


Part 5: The Drivetrain


  • Transmission;

  • Shifting Manuals Transmission;

  • Automatic Transmissions;

  • How Automatic Transmissions Change Gears;

  • Modern Automatic Transmission Technology;

  • The Differential;

  • All-Wheel Drive;

  • Drivetrain Maintenance;

  • Drivetrain Troubleshooting.



Part 6: Automotive Suspension and Steering


  • Springs;

  • Shocks and Struts;

  • Steering System;

  • The DIY Alignment;

  • Power Steering;

  • Suspension or Steering Maintenance and Repair;

  • When to Replace Shocks and Struts;

  • MacPherson Struts;

  • Checking Alignment;

  • Toe;

  • Camber;

  • Positive Camber;

  • Negative Camber;

  • Caster;

  • Importance of Alignment;

  • Active Suspension Systems;

  • Suspension or Steering Troubleshooting.



Part 7: Tyres and Wheels


  • Guidelines in Buying Tyre;

  • Tyre Wear Assessment;

  • Tyres Pressure;

  • Tyres by the Numbers;

  • More Letters and Numbers;

  • Mud and Snow Tyres;

  • Tire Care;

  • Visual Inspection of the Tyre;

  • Tyre Replacement;

  • Tire and Wheel Balancing Troubleshooting.



Part 8: Brakes



  • Hydraulic Brakes;

  • Why Hydraulics?;

  • Key Components;

  • Antilock Braking System;

  • Traction and Stability Control;

  • Brake System Maintenance;

  • Brake Fade;

  • Brake System Troubleshooting.



Part 9: The Exhaust System


  • Guidelines on the Exhaust System;

  • Catalytic Converter;

  • Oxygen Sensors;

  • Exhaust Maintenance;

  • Diagnosis and Causes of Exhaust Failure;

  • Replacement Advice;

  • Oxygen Sensor Maintenance;

  • Emission Warranties;

  • Heat Shield Failure;

  • Exhaust System Troubleshooting.