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121 Course Descriptions DSL324-E Introduction to Diesel 4 This course explains the concepts of diesel engine design and internal combustion engines. Included are disassembly, inspection, measurement, and reassembly of the engine and its components. Special emphasis will be given to diesel engine troubleshooting, repair, parts failure analysis, and fuel systems. Prerequisites: DSL101, DSL152, DSL154 DSL352-C Introduction to Diesel Engines 2 This course begins with diesel engine design and theory. Included are disassembly, inspection, and reassembly of the engine and its components. Special attention will be given to diesel engine systems troubleshooting, parts failure analysis, and fuel systems. Prerequisites: AUT809-C, AUT168-C; Corequisites: DSL801-C, DSL810-C DSL402-C Diesel Engine Electronics I 2 The purpose of this course is to familiarize you with the components and controls of electronically controlled diesel engines. You will study electronic control modules (ECM), sensors, and electronic unit injectors (EUI). This course concentrates on theory, troubleshooting, repair, and parameter changes of electronic controlled systems. Prerequisites: AUT638-C, DSL352-C; Corequisite: DSL820-C DSL412-C Diesel Engine Electronics II 2 This course continues the study of electronic controls and diesel engines of major manufacturers. Emphasis is on troubleshooting and controls, diesel engines, and fuel systems. Prerequisite: DSL402-C; Corequisite: DSL824-C DSL591-C Power Trains & Suspension 1 This course is designed to provide the necessary knowledge required to be able to identify, service, troubleshoot, remove, disassemble, inspect, reassemble, and install rear axle assemblies, transmissions, and suspensions. Lubrication, manual and remote controls, failure analysis, and parts evaluation are included. Prerequisite: DSL801-C; Corequisite: DSL820-C DSL601-C Hydraulics and Hydrostatics 1 This course provides you with a basic understanding of fluid power as used in construction, agriculture, and the trucking industry. Corequisite: DSL820-C DSL631-C Air Systems & Brakes 1 This course covers the operation and repair of the complete air systems and brakes including antilock and traction control systems used on trucks and trailers. The regulation of the air brake safety standards set by the D.O.T. are included. Prerequisite: AUT861-C; Corequisite: DSL810-C DSL636-E Air Systems & Brakes 4 This course begins with the theory and application of basic hydraulic disc and drum brake operation and service. The course expands into the operation and repair of the complete air brake systems used on diesel equipment. Anti-lock brakes, traction control and stability management systems are also covered. The D.O.T. safety standards and regulations are included. Prerequisite: DSL154 DSL710-E Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 4 This course covers the principles of operation of basic heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Provides students with hands-on practice necessary to diagnose, service, and repair HVAC systems including the identification, recovery and recycling of refrigerants. Prerequisite: DSL157 DSL801-C Truck & Trailer Service 1 This is a theory course designed to acquaint you with maintenance on trucks and trailers. The course includes lubrication, preventive maintenance inspection, federal DOT inspection, adjustments, and basic fuel and brake systems on trucks and trailers. Prerequisite: AUT168-C; Corequisite: DSL810-C DSL810-C Truck & Diesel Lab I 10 This course allows you to work in a real life repair and service atmosphere where you are exposed to all types of equipment and components used in the trucking industries. Prerequisites: AUT139, DSL157, DSL158, DSL636, DSL710; Corequisites: DSL159 DSL811-E Advanced Diesel Electronics 2 This course continues the study of electronic controls and diesel engine electronics of the major OEM manufacturers. Emphasis will be on troubleshooting and diagnostics, controls, programming, schematics and required test equipment. Prerequisite: DSL157; Corequisites: DSL812, DSL820 DSL812-E Advanced Diesel Engines & Fuel Systems 2 This course will provide advanced procedures for troubleshooting engines, fuel systems and components. You will diagnose drivability complaints such as: noises, vibrations, engine miss, and low power. You will learn practical applications of disassembly, measurement, failure analysis, parts inspection and repair of diesel engines and fuel systems. Prerequisites: DSLl175, DSL324; Corequisites: DSL811, DSL820 DSL813-E Advanced Hydraulics 3 deals with the interplay of biological factors, human interactions, cultural forces and social structures which shape the growing child from conception to adolescence. DSL820-C Truck & Diesel Lab II 10 This is a continuation of Truck and Diesel Lab I. You perform repairs and troubleshooting as required in an actual work situation. Prerequisite: DSL810-C; Corequisites: DSL-811, DSL-812 DSL824-C Truck & Diesel Lab III 4 A continuation of Truck and Diesel Lab I and II, you will perform hands-on repairs which simulate conditions related to the truck and diesel repair and service industry. Prerequisite: DSL820-C; Corequisite: DSL-813 DSL881-E Diesel Internship I 3 Students will work as an entry-level technician at an instructor approved dealership or repair shop. You will be able to apply the principles and techniques learned during the first year to experience the industry as an employee while having the advantage of being supervised by a service manager and program instructor. In order to participate in this course a student must a cumulative grade point of 2.0 or greater and an instructor-approved training location. Prerequisites: AUT139, DSL157, DSL158, DSL636, DSL710


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