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ATC 336 - Chrysler Fuel Systems

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
A course designed to acquaint the student with basic fuel system principles. Instruction will be offered in the theory, service, repair and adjustment of automotive fuel systems.
Prerequisite: ATC 328  
Competencies
  1. Discuss engine fuel requirements as it relates to the combustion process
  2. Identify fuel system components and their locations
  3. Explain gasoline composition and blends
    1. Define volatility
    2. Describe alcohol fuels
    3. Explain octane ratings
    4. Discuss fuel system additives
  4. Evaluate gasoline
    1. Test Ried Vapor Pressure
    2. Calculate percentage of alcohol
    3. Check for water and other contaminants
    4. Determine specific gravity
  5. Explain carburetor operation
    1. Explain carburetor circuits
    2. Explain vacuum
  6. Analyze fuel system
    1. Identify fuel system type
    2. Locate system specifications
    3. Discuss system operation
    4. Test fuel system components
  7. Service fuel systems
    1. Perform a pressure test on a fuel-injected vehicle
    2. Rebuild a throttle body
    3. Remove selected fuel components
    4. Reinstall selected fuel components
    5. Remove air induction components
    6. Reinstall air induction components
    7. Remove selected exhaust components
    8. Reinstall exhaust components
    9. Perform on car adjustments
  8. Demonstrate knowledge of engine emissions
    1. Discuss emission laws
    2. Identify harmful and non-harmful emissions
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of emission control systems
    1. Discuss service procedures on emission control systems
    2. Diagnose the service requirements of the following systems
    3. Explain exhaust catalyst systems
  10. Demonstrate safe work habits with pressurized fuel systems
  11. Diagnose fuel injection system faults



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