Advanced Principals of Electronic Vehicle Diagnostics


Next Course :

Sunday 7th October 2018

Time: 09H00

DLF Design Training Centre

Plot 569, Tier Rd, Zwavelpoort, Pretoria 0083 (DLF Design CC)

Advanced Training courses are usually scheduled for the first Sunday of every month. Additional courses can be scheduled on other dates if you have 3 or more students to register. You can book in advance for any scheduled date on the registration form, but bookings are only reserved on receipt of payment. 

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 Advanced Principals of Electronic Vehicle Diagnostics

Course Overview

  • How Faults are Detected
  • Monitoring Signals
  • Defining Circuit Faults
  • Sensors and Actuators
  • Component Locations
  • Drivetrain Layout
  • System Diagnostics :
  • Coolant Sensors, 
  • MAF Sensors, 
  • Oxygen Sensors, 
  • CAN Bus Faults 
  • Fault code definitions
  • Common Fault Codes

Who should attend this course ?  

This course is intended for anyone who needs a deeper understanding of modern diagnostics. 
So it is good for old school mechanics who want to get into the modern game. 

Anyone who is considering investing in a diagnostic machine for their workshop should definitely
do this course before spending any money. It will also give anyone who owns a diagnostic tool the knowledge to use it better.
This course is intended for technicians or mechanics who are actually going to do the work. 
Especially useful for beginners and anyone new to diagnostics. While the introductory course is focused on the basics of diagnostics and diagnostic equipment, this course is more focused on interpretation of fault codes, sensor and actuator functions and analysis and system analysis. 
Course includes theory and practical work and an attendance certificate will be presented.
Attendance of the introductory course is not a prerequisite for this course, although it is recommended 

R3500 / person  

Discounts can be arranged for group bookings