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ATC 346 - Chrysler Engine Performance

Credits: 5
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Diagnosis and service of microprocessor-controlled fuel and injection systems. Oscilloscopes, engine analyzers, digital meters and other high-technology instruments will be used.
Prerequisite: ATC 335 , ATC 336  
Competencies
  1. Apply appropriate service information
    1. Locate specifications in service manual
    2. Practice related service bulletin searches
    3. Use system component locator
    4. Identify appropriate diagnostic information
    5. Look up proper service/replacement procedures
  2. Follow system diagnostic charts
  3. Analyze computer controlled fuel systems
  4. Perform an on-board diagnostic system check
  5. Make necessary repairs/adjustments to the power train control system
  6. Evaluate ignition systems
    1. Test crankshaft and camshaft sensors
    2. Analyze ignition coils
    3. Examine primary circuit control
    4. Check spark plug wires
    5. Evaluate spark plug condition
  7. Assess emission control devices
    1. Evaluate PCV systems
    2. Analyze heated air intake systems
    3. Examine secondary AIR devices
    4. Analyze EGR operation
    5. Check evaporative emission control devices
  8. Operate a tune up oscilloscope
    1. Set up scope for appropriate tests
    2. Perform a cylinder balance test
    3. Check input sensor wave patterns
  9. Evaluate fuel related problems and secondary ignition patterns
  10. Use a scan tool
    1. Retrieve analyze data list parameters
    2. Examine trouble code information
    3. Record a snapshot
    4. Interpret snapshot data
    5. Cycle control module outputs on and off
    6. Reprogram a power train control module
  11. Perform a tune up sequence
    1. Check charging system
    2. Rate starting system
    3. Service fuel system
    4. Evaluate ignition system
    5. Make necessary adjustments
    6. Test appropriate emission control devices



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