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Prerequisites: Level I & INSITE is our recommended sequence.
Course Description: This is an expansion of the lessons learned in the Level I and INSITE courses to further the technician's understanding of diagnostic procedures. Technicians are given training in the hands on skills needed to diagnose and repair the 8.9L Cummins ISL-G CNG fuel system. The 105 PID's for the many sensors & actuators are covered with an emphasis on known values and real world diagnostic applications using Cummins Electronic Service Tools.
Course Benefits: Students will learn the proper and safe methods of working with the high pressure CNG fuel systems using the laptop diagnostic software specific to the Cummins controllers. This class is a must for technicians involved with diagnosis and repair of CNG engine management and fuel delivery systems. The latest in information regarding known good readings, common failures, and technical service bulletins is included. Technicians are encouraged to bring a USB memory drive to obtain the reference materials provided to each tech upon completion of Levels I & II.
What You Will Learn: By the end of this course the student will be able to:
Diagnose faults using INSITE for:
Course Times: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm (SUBJECT TO CHANGE - CHECK REGISTRATION)
Number of Days: 16 Hours over 2-Days
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 0
|Start date||06-13-2018 7:30 am|
|End date||06-14-2018 3:30 pm|
|Cut off date||06-08-2018|
|Location||Sacramento Regional Transit District - Maintenance Training Room|