Basic Automotive Engine Diagnostics, Testing, and Repairs

 

  • To conduct a professional inspection of the Engine system and how to use diagnostic equipment for an engine performance diagnostic evaluation for a complete analysis of the engine’s condition to determine if and what maintenance or repair is needed. Students will learn how to perform standard tune-ups as well as further diagnostics of the engine’s condition. The graduate will qualify for jobs such as automotive technician found at car dealerships and repair shops. auto parts stores, salvage yards, a manufacturing company, independent dealership, and car accessory sections of department stores, auto auction sites, or wherever auto repair/services or mechanic skills are needed.

Course Descriptions

AUMT-1317 Introduction to Automotive Engine-Systems & Theories (Lec.15) (Lab 50) Prerequisite: Life Skills

This course focuses on teaching the students the theories of the automotive engine. Students will learn the various systems and engine components, procedures for reassembling, starting and breaking in a rebuilt engine. Students will gain automotive engine electronic skills.

AUMT-1318 Current Trends in Engine Repair (Lec.15) (Lab 50) Prerequisite: Life Skills

In this course, students will learn about the emerging new trends in engine repair, including basic engine diagnostics, repair methods, hardware used in the automotive engine diagnosis process, ignition systems, and fuel delivery systems.

AUMT-1319 Basic Automotive Engine Operations & Principals (Lec.15) (Lab 50) Prerequisite: Life Skills

In this course, students will learn the basic operations of the automotive engine. This course will utilize hands-on and visual demonstrations to teach students engine operations.

AUMT-1320 Basic Automotive Engine-Diagnostic Tools & Equipment (Lec.30) (Lab 50) Prerequisite: Life Skills

This is a hands-on intensive course, which covers the diagnostic tools and equipment to repair the automotive engine. Students will learn skills to repair, rebuild, and install parts to repair the engine utilizing the knowledge and competencies learned in the previous courses.

AUMT-1321 Basic Engine Overhaul (Lec.30) (Lab 50) Prerequisite: Life Skills

Students will learn how to follow proper procedures for disassembling and reassembling the engine, starting and breaking in a rebuilt engine.

AUMT-1322 Basic Automotive Engine In-Car Repair & Servicing (Lec.30) (Lab 50) Prerequisite: Life Skills

This course is the hands-on intensive diagnosis and repair of the engine system. Students will learn skills to repair, replace, rebuild, and install the engine system in automobiles and light pick-up trucks by utilizing the knowledge and competencies in the previous courses and visit area in the engine repair establishments.

POFT-1127 Basic Computer Skills (Lab. 45) Prerequisite: None

This course teaches the basic skills for the students to use the computer and internet to search for parts information, find, and repair, fault tracing instruction, and downloading software. The students will learn to do VIN breakdowns, engine ID breakdowns; product plates, how to use an acronym guide, download diagrams, descriptions, and locate parts in/for the vehicle. The students will learn basic computer terms and procedures, keyboarding skills, and how to connect a computer to diagnosis a vehicle.

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