Electronic Fuel Injection 1 CEAM-905
|Course Name||Electronic Fuel Injection 1|
|Description||Electronic Fuel Injection Level 1 offers a comprehensive introduction to understanding fuel injection.
The course includes discussions of basic electricity and electronics with a generic system, emphasizing inputs and outputs. You will also learn more about theory, diagnosis, testing, service, repair and hands-on use of equipment, including scan tools. Specific topics include octane rating, combustion, detonation, series parallel, engines fuel needs, transistors used to control outputs, electronic spark advance and cooling fan, and more.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will:
• Understand the principles of operation of the fuel injection system;
• Recognize the differences between continuous or timed injection, direct or indirect injection, throttle body or port fuel injection and speed density or mass air flow systems;
• Identify and test fuel injection inputs and outputs;
• Execute a diagnostic plan of attack involving onboard diagnostics, diagnostic trouble codes, scan data, symptom diagnostics and technical service bulletins.
|Notes||More information call 416-289-5207 PRESS 8 - Current or former Centennial students, please call to register
Please note: CSA-approved safety boots and safety glasses will be required for admission to all lab classes. Failure to comply in any lab will result in a temporary dismissal from the class.
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