Automotive Repair and Maintenance (Dubai)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
Em Wolverhampton (Reino Unido)


Informação importante

  • Curso intensivo
  • Advanced
  • Wolverhampton (Reino Unido)
  • 80 horas letivas
  • Duração:
    10 Days
  • Quando:
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By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
 Be knowledgeable of the computers used on modern vehicles;
 Understand the concept of static electricity;
 Identify the categories and types of battery;
 Battery construction;
 Determine the battery chemical action;
 Define parasitic loads;
 Identify battery terminals;
 Define dry-charged battery;
 Discuss the charging system;
 Illustrate the following starter system:
• Starter motor principles;
• Starter motor construction;
• Starter drive system;
• Starter solenoid;
• Starter actuating switches.
 Specify the different wire sizes;
 Describe automotive wiring harness;
 Acquire familiarity about manu circuits;
 Learn the rules in proper colour coding of wires;
 Distinguish terminal blocks from junction blocks;
 Name some circuit protection devices;
 Be knowledgeable about the different vehicle lights and light switches and the corresponding role of each;
 Discuss the principles of chassis mounted solenoids and relays;
 Determine when the use of horn relays is necessary;
 Learn how rear window defogger (mirror defroster) operates;
 Specify some electric gauges;

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For Whom This Course is Designed
This Course is Designed For:

 Mechanics;
 Automotive Engineers;
 Automotive Technicians;
 Electrical Engineers;
 Mechanical Engineers;
 Drivers.


Instalações e datas

Início Localização
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122a Bhylls Lane, WV3 8DZ, West Midlands, Reino Unido

O que se aprende nesse curso?

Automotive Mechanics
Automotive Mechanic Training
Repair Maintenance
Automotive Systems
Construction Training


Automotive Repair and Maintenance

Leading to Diploma-Postgraduate in Automotive Repair and Maintenance (Double Credit)



Course Contents, Concepts and Issues


Part 1: The Fuel System


  • Carburetors;

  • Carburetors Drawbacks;

  • Fuel Injection;

  • Electronic Fuel Injection;

  • Engine Management System;

  • Caring for the Fuel System;

  • Fuel Filter Change;

  • Air Filter Changes;

  • Choosing the Correct Fuel;

  • Pre-Ignition and Detonation;

  • Oxygenated Fuel;

  • Dealing With Fuel in Cold Weather;

  • Fuel System Troubleshooting.



Part 2: Automotive Engine


  • Diesel Engines;

  • Hybrids;

  • Modern Combustion Technology;

  • Checking the Coolant;

  • Checking the Oil;

  • Synthetic Oils;

  • Air Cleaner Changes;

  • Repairing Leaks;

  • Coolant Leaks;

  • Engine Troubleshooting.



Part 3: Automotive Electrical System


  • The Battery;

  • Important Terms Associated with Battery;

  • Reasons for Automotive Battery Failures;

  • Battery Maintenance;

  • Alternator and Charging System;

  • Charging System Test;

  • Starting System;

  • Dealing with No-Start Engine;

  • Quick Starting System Test;

  • Booster Cables;

  • Determining the Condition of the Parts;

  • Spark;

  • The Electrical System;

  • Electronic Control Modules;

  • Dealing with Thing Shortage, Fizzle and Death;

  • The Fuses Relays and Connection Principles;

  • Electrical System Troubleshooting.



Part 4: The Cooling System


  • Cooling System Maintenance;

  • Corrosion;

  • Drive Belt, Radiator and Heater Hose Care;

  • Troubleshooting;

  • Overheating of Engine: Signs;

  • Cooling System Troubleshooting.


Part 5: The Drivetrain


  • Transmission;

  • Shifting Manuals Transmission;

  • Automatic Transmissions;

  • How Automatic Transmissions Change Gears;

  • Modern Automatic Transmission Technology;

  • The Differential;

  • All-Wheel Drive;

  • Drivetrain Maintenance;

  • Drivetrain Troubleshooting.



Part 6: Automotive Suspension and Steering


  • Springs;

  • Shocks and Struts;

  • Steering System;

  • The DIY Alignment;

  • Power Steering;

  • Suspension or Steering Maintenance and Repair;

  • When to Replace Shocks and Struts;

  • MacPherson Struts;

  • Checking Alignment;

  • Toe;

  • Camber;

  • Positive Camber;

  • Negative Camber;

  • Caster;

  • Importance of Alignment;

  • Active Suspension Systems;

  • Suspension or Steering Troubleshooting.



Part 7: Tyres and Wheels


  • Guidelines in Buying Tyre;

  • Tyre Wear Assessment;

  • Tyres Pressure;

  • Tyres by the Numbers;

  • More Letters and Numbers;

  • Mud and Snow Tyres;

  • Tire Care;

  • Visual Inspection of the Tyre;

  • Tyre Replacement;

  • Tire and Wheel Balancing Troubleshooting.



Part 8: Brakes



  • Hydraulic Brakes;

  • Why Hydraulics?;

  • Key Components;

  • Antilock Braking System;

  • Traction and Stability Control;

  • Brake System Maintenance;

  • Brake Fade;

  • Brake System Troubleshooting.



Part 9: The Exhaust System


  • Guidelines on the Exhaust System;

  • Catalytic Converter;

  • Oxygen Sensors;

  • Exhaust Maintenance;

  • Diagnosis and Causes of Exhaust Failure;

  • Replacement Advice;

  • Oxygen Sensor Maintenance;

  • Emission Warranties;

  • Heat Shield Failure;

  • Exhaust System Troubleshooting.