Sep 30, 2020
AUT 245 - Advanced Engine Performance
Class: 4 Lab: 3 Credits: 5
This course includes “hands-on” diagnostics, including an in-depth study and use of the oscilloscope in diagnosing engine performance problems.
Prerequisite(s): Take AUT 145 .
- DTC Driven Diagnosis
- Symptom Driven Diagnosis
- Scan Tool Parameter Identification and Bilateral Controls
- Emissions Gasses
- On Board Diagnostics II
Textbook information can be found on the Book Inn Web site
A 90 - 100
B 80 - 89
C 70 - 79
D 60 - 69
F 0 -59
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Summarize the history of the EEC computer control system.
- Illustrate a schematic of the different input sensors and their functions.
- Differentiate between the type output actuators and their functions.
- Identify different types of PCM control strategies.
- Perform test equipment setup, hookup, and test procedures for OBDII computer system.
- Diagnose and repair subsystem failures (hard fault), intermittent failure (continuous), and out of range failures.
- Solve the cause of component failure.
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Official Course Syllabus