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Bosch Engine Management

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: BEM

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of Bosch Motronic Engine management systems. Technicians will diagnose, test and repair ME2.1, ME7.5 and ME9.6 engine management systems. Approximately half the time is hands-on performing tasks on training vehicles.

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. One year practical experience and completion of the Electrical Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the Bosch online electrical test. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Content:
  • Motronic Engine Management:
    Load sensing, fuel systems, Lambda control
    Inputs/outputs
    Electronic throttle control
  • ME2.1 System:
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering Mercedes-Benz engine management systems from 1996-2005 model years.
  • ME7.5 System:
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering Volkswagen/Audi engine management systems from 2000-2005 model years.
  • ME9.6 System:
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering General Motors 3.6L HFV6 engine management systems from 2004-2007 model years.
2-day class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$599.00
 

Bosch Safety Systems

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: BSS

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of various Bosch safety systems. Technicians will diagnose, test and repair Bosch Antilock Brakes (ABS), Traction Control (TCS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), and Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC) systems. Approximately half the time is hands-on performing tasks on training vehicles.

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. One year practical experience and completion of the Electrical Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the Bosch online electrical test. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Content:
  • Wheel Braking Forces:
    Review of wheel and braking forces
    Hydraulic brake functions
    Wheel speed sensors
  • ABS/TCS5:
  • Theory and practical hands-on experience covering various manufacturers' vehicles.
    Hydraulic layouts
  • ESP1.34:
  • Theory and practical hands-on experience covering various manufacturers' vehicles.
    Yaw rate and lateral acceleration sensors
    Brake assist
  • SBC:
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering Mercedes-Benz models from 2001-2006 model years.
    Service procedures.
2-day class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$599.00
 

Electrical - Part 1

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: ELEC-1

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of the concept of electricity, Ohm's Law and other electrical equations. The course introduces electrical test equipment, electrical circuit components and different types of circuits (series, parallel and series-parallel).

Prerequisites:
Technicians are required to take the online electrical test prior to enrolling in this class. Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Objectives:
Technicians will:
  • Understand the concept of electricity
  • Identify the characteristics of conductors, insulators and semi-conductors
  • Define voltage, resistance, current and power
  • Calculate electric equations using Ohm’s Law
  • Recognize the proper use of common electrical equipment
  • Identify the components of an electrical circuit device
  • Distinguish between different types of electrical circuits (series, parallel and series-parallel)
  • Troubleshoot faults on various electrical circuits
Content:
  • Principles of Electricity:
    Units of measure used in electricity
    Components of atoms
    Concept of electricity
    Voltage, current, resistance and power
    Ohm's Law
  • Electrical Diagnostic Equipment:
    DVOM
    Oscilloscope
    DIN (European style) wiring diagrams
  • Electrical Circuit Devices:
    Basic elements of an electrical circuit
    Functions of various circuit components
  • Basic Electrical Circuits:
    Series circuits
    Parallel circuits
    Series-parallel circuits
    Hands on circuit testing utilizing A-Tech training simulators
Class meets 8:30 am to 4:00 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$599.00


ELEC-1 - Las Vegas
City Las Vegas
State NV
Start Date 2017-11-03
End Date 2017-11-04
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Electronics - Part 2

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: ELEC-2

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of the concept of electricity, semi-conductor components and many automotive sensors. The course covers transistors and diodes. Many electrical circuits are constructed using the A-Tech training simulators. Technicians are presented with faults that must be diagnosed.

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. Completion of the Electrical Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the online electrical test. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Objectives:
Technicians will:
  • Recognize and understand electronic component functions, such as transistors, diodes, input sensors and output devices.
  • Understand powertrain control module (PCM) operation, analog and digital functions, output control theories – voltage, current, frequency and duty cycle.
Content:
  • Principles of Electronics:
    Semi-conductors
    Resistors (passive, photo)
    Relays (function, failures)
    Diodes (Zener, LED)
    Transistors (function, failures)
  • Input and Output Sensors/Devices:
    Solenoids (injectors, relays)
    Stepper motors
    Thermistors (temperature sensors)
    Potentiometers (TPS, throttle motors)
    Inductive sensors (speed sensors)
    Hall Effect sensors (cam position sensors)
    Optical sensors (distributors, rain sensors)
    Oxygen sensors (construction, theory of operation)
    Air mass meters (hot wire, HFM2, HFM5)
    Piezoelectric sensors (map sensors, knock sensors)
    Pressure sensors
  • Engine Control Module and Sensors:
    PWM (pulse width modulation)
    ECU (construction, binary code)
Class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$599.00
 

Electronics - Part 3

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: ELEC-3

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with hands-on application of the skills and concepts learned in the Electrical Part 1 and Electronics Part 2 courses. The technician will evaluate electrical circuits and engine management components on vehicle, utilizing various diagnostic tools (DVOM, oscilloscope and scan tools). Energy Management Systems will be detailed, include on-vehicle diagnosis).

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. Completion of the Electrical Part 1 and Electronics Part 2 courses, or completion of the AED and PTE courses. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Objectives:
Technicians will:
  • Test various engine management components on-vehicle.
  • Understand powertrain control module (PCM) operation, analog and digital functions; output control theories – voltage, current, frequency and duty cycle.
  • Diagnose and test various Energy Management Systems.
Content:
  • On-Vehicle Testing of Input and Output Sensors/Devices:
    Solenoids (injectors, relays)
    Thermistors (temperature sensors)
    Potentiometers (TPS, throttle motors)
    Inductive sensors (speed sensors)
    Hall Effect sensors (cam position sensors)
    Optical sensors (distributors, rain sensors)
    Oxygen sensors (switching and wide-band types)
    Air mass meters
    Piezoelectric sensors (map sensors, knock sensors)
    Pressure sensors
  • On-Vehicle Testing of Various Electrical Circuits:
    Voltage drop testing
    Current ramping
  • Charging Systems and Batteries:
    Charging system – theory of operation
    Energy Management Systems
    AGM batteries
Class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$599.00
 

Evaporative Emissions System Diagnostics

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: EVAP - 1-Day Course

Description:
EVAP faults are on the rise and finding the source of the fault can present a serious challenge. This course will enable the technician to properly identify, understand and diagnose the majority of EVAP systems found on vehicles today. The key to solving EVAP faults efficiently and accurately is having a solid game plan. The information from this class can be applied in the shop tomorrow. Each system will be explained with graphical animations and diagnostic video clips.

Topics Covered:
  • European, Domestic and Asian systems
  • Enhanced vacuum-based system challenges
  • Leak detection pump systems (LDP)
  • Natural vacuum leak detection systems (NVLD and ESIM)
  • Diagnosis module tank leakage (DM-TL)
  • Key-off vacuum pump leakage systems
  • Tips and strategy for each system
1-day class meets 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$299.00
 

Gasoline Direct Injection

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: GDI

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of Bosch Motronic Direct Injection engine management systems. Technicians will diagnose, test and repair MED9.1 (Audi/VW) and MED9.6.1 (GM) engine management systems. Approximately half the time is hands-on performing tasks on training vehicles.

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. One year practical experience and completion of the Electrical Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the Bosch online electrical test. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Content:
  • Gasoline Direct Injection System Operation:
    Review of OBDII systems and monitors
    Evaporative emission systems
    Load sensing, fuel systems, Lambda control
    Electronic throttle control
    System operating modes
  • MED9.1 System:
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering Audi and Volkswagen engine management systems from 2006 model years and newer.
  • MED9.6.1 System:
  • Theory and practical hands-on experience covering General Motors 2.0L SIDI engine management systems from 2007-current model years.
2-day class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$599.00
 

Gasoline Direct Injection - 1-Day Course

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: GDI - 1-Day Course

Description:
This 1-day course enables the technician to properly identify, understand and diagnose Bosch GDI engine management systems. Provides a comprehensive overview of GDI operating strategies, intake system, fuel delivery, ignition, exhaust and emissions related components. Demonstrate troubleshooting techniques with real world videos and graphical animations. The course will primarily cover VW/Audi, Ford EcoBoost and General Motors GDI systems, but comprehensive enough to cover most GDI systems.

Topics Covered:
  • GDI Operating Strategies
  • Intake Components
  • Fuel Delivery - Low Pressure, High Pressure
  • Ignition Systems
  • Exhaust Components
  • Emission Components
1-day class meets 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$299.00
 

Passenger Car Diesel

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: PCD

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of passenger car diesel systems. Technicians will diagnose, test and repair 1997-2003 Volkswagen TDI with the Bosch electronic VE pump (VE-E) and 2004-2006 Volkswagen TDI with Bosch unit injectors (PD) and late model vehicles with the electronically controlled common rail fuel system. Approximately half the time is hands-on performing tasks on training vehicles.

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. One year practical experience and completion of the Electrical Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the Bosch online electrical test. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Content:
  • Diesel Emissions
    After treatment control methods
    NOx emission controls
    EGR (exhaust gas regeneration) strategies
    Diesel fuel tests
  • VE-E (VW TDI 1997 2003)
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering VW electronic diesel control systems from 1997-2003 model years
    Fuel supply and delivery
    Inputs/outputs
    Nozzle construction and operation
    Start of delivery controls
    VGT turbo charger operation
  • UIS (VW TDI 2004-2006)
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering VW electronic diesel control systems from 2004-2007 model years
    Fuel supply and delivery
    Inputs/outputs
    Unit injector pressure delivery and operation
    Tandem pressure pump operation
    Broadband oxygen sensor operation
  • Diesel Common Rail
    Theory and practical hands-on experience covering Volkswagen/Audi/domestic diesel common rail systems from 2017-current model years
    Theory and operation covering modern high pressure common rail engines
    CP4 pump theory and operation
    Piezo injector theory and operation
    Input/output sensors
Class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.


$599.00
 

Passenger Car Diesel - 1-Day Course

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: PCD - 1-Day Course

Description:
This 1-day course enables the technician to properly identify, understand and diagnose most recent 1997 and newer passenger car diesel systems. The course will provide a comprehensive overview of diesel technology with a focus on the various low and high pressure fuel delivery methods and diesel emission reduction systems. We will demonstrate troubleshooting techniques with real world videos and graphical animations. The case studies and diagnostic examples are from VW, Audi, Jeep and Sprinter with an overview of the newly released Chevy Cruze with a diesel engine.

Topics Covered:
  • Diesel combustion process
  • No-start diagnostic tips
  • Fuel quality driveability issues
  • Fuel delivery methods
  • Piezo injector theory and operation
  • Diesel emission after-treatment systems
1-day class meets 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.
$299.00


PCD - 1-Day Course - Elizabeth
City Elizabeth
State IN
Start Date 2017-10-25
End Date 2017-10-25
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Vehicle Networking

Type: Hands-On Classes

Bosch No: VN

Description:
This 2-day course provides the technician with an understanding of vehicle networking systems. Technicians will diagnose, test and repair networking systems on newer model year vehicles. Approximately half the time is hands-on performing tasks on training vehicles.

Prerequisites:
Automotive technician with good technical knowledge of and experience in servicing automotive passenger car electrical systems. One year practical experience and completion of the Electrical Part 1 course, or completion of the AED course, or successfully pass the Bosch online electrical test. (If the technician has not taken the online electrical test, this test must be taken prior to enrolling in this class). Online electrical test link: https://aviondemand.com/bosch-electrical-assessment-test.

Content:
  • Powertrain, body and convenience CAN systems of various vehicles
  • LIN, MOST fiber-optic networks
  • Learn how to interrogate the entire vehicle network system
  • Covers scan tool and lab scope usage for diagnostics
2-day class meets 8:15 am to 4:15 pm each day.
For answers to your training questions, call (708) 865-5665.


$599.00
 
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