ATEC 205 : ENGINE PERFORMANCE II, ADVANCED FUELS
Continuation of ATEC 200. Emphasis on modern fuel-injection systems. Includes diagnosing fuelrelated drivability; emission testing; computerized inputs and outputs relating to fuel delivery and emission control; and an introduction to alternative fuels.
- Describe computer control inputs, outputs and operation as they pertain to fuel delivery and emissions.
- List automotive fuel injection types, and operation.
- Describe engine knocks, detonation, pre-ignition, and timing.
- List and define emissions, testing, and the causes and results thereof.
- Perform diagnosis and repair of fuel injection components including computerized inputs and outputs.
- Demonstrate proper use of scan tools and digital storage oscilloscopes while diagnosing sensors and actuators associated with fuel injection systems.
- Diagnose emission related problems.
- Demonstrate proper use of a five gas analyzer.
- Read with understanding in order to perform competently as an Automotive Technician.
- Convey ideas in writing in order to perform competently as an Automotive Technician.
- Communicate effectively to perform competently as an Automotive Technician.
- Use math to solve problems and communicate to fulfill responsibilities of an Automotive Technician.
- Understand the expectations of the workplace, the responsibilities of an Automotive Technician and the methods of securing employment within the field.
- Demonstrate the ability to use technology effectively in the workplace.
- Demonstrate professionalism in workplace appropriate dress and conduct.
- Demonstrate the ability to work as a productive member of a team.
At a Glance
2.0 or higher in ATEC 200 and ATEC 202.
Program: Automotive Technology