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ATF 328 - Ford Electronic Systems Diag

Credits: 5
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Instruction in the operation and diagnosis/repair of electronic components and systems used on current Ford Motor Company vehicles.
Required: Admission to Automotive Student Service Ed Training (ASSET).
Prerequisite: ATF 312  
Competencies
  1. Examine the lighting system
    1. Identify components of the system
    2. Diagnose system malfunctions.
    3. Service the lighting system.
  2. Investigate Ford warning gauges and indicators (conventional & electronic).
    1. Point out system components
    2. Examine system operation
    3. Diagnose system problems
    4. Service warning and indicator system
  3. Study Ford Motor Co. windshield wiper systems.
    1. Differentiate between systems
    2. Classify components.
    3. Demonstrate proper system operation.
    4. Maintain wiper systems.
  4. Repair Ford power window systems.
    1. Label system components.
    2. Review system operation
    3. Diagnose system malfunctions.
  5. Analyze inputs and outputs of Ford Electronic Systems.
    1. Describe what input is.
    2. Label input components.
    3. Describe what an output is
    4. Label output components.
  6. Study sensor and actuator operation.
    1. Describe types and operation of sensors.
    2. Describe types and operation of actuators.
  7. Analyze operation of Ford electronic control modules
    1. Describe what each module is for.
    2. Describe what each module does (GEM, RAP, ABS, REM, DDM, DSM, ICM, etc.)
    3. Extract trouble codes from module.
  8. Discuss Ford Multiplexing.
    1. Describe ISO 9141 operation.
    2. Describe (SCP) J1850 operation.
    3. Describe ACP operation.
    4. Diagnose multiplex system.
    5. Repair system
  9. Discuss Ford radio systems.
    1. Differentiate between systems.
    2. Check antennas.
    3. Troubleshoot interference complaints.
    4. Service speakers.
  10. Use Ford diagnostic equipment.
    1. Demonstrate PDS operation
    2. Demonstrate IDS operation.



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