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THIS IS AN ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING WORKSHOP!
Prerequisites: ISL G or 8.3L course recommended. Recommended Sequence is ISL G level I, INSITEtm, ISL G Level II.
Course Description: This self-paced distance learning course is designed to give technicians the knowledge needed to utilize the Cummins INSITEtm Electronic Service Tool. We will be using Quick Reference Cards and software demonstration videos for reference and the topics learned will be utilized extensively in the ISL G level II class. Reference Material will be provided as Resources.
Course Benefits: Students will receive extensive fundamental knowledge in working with INSITEtm and learning the intricacies of this diagnostic software. This class is a must for technicians involved with diagnosis and repair of Cummins engine management and fuel delivery systems regardless of the platform engine. Reference Material will be provided as Resources.
Who Should Attend: Those who have previously attended Cummins 8.9 Level I.
What You Will Learn: By the end of this course the student will be able to diagnose faults using INSITE for:
• Select, add and connect proper adapters to an ECM
• Create custom groups and verify parameters
• Access, define, research, and clear fault codes
• Produce snapshots, data logging, and Graphing
• Look up engine derate, enabling criteria and other troubleshooting technique information
• Navigate the Electronic service tools for Cummins
Course Times: Online self-paced and self-directed. In class 8:00am to 10:00am for first class meeting (SUBJECT TO CHANGE – CHECK REGISTRATION).
Students are required to attend a 2-hour orientation on December 13, 2017, as well as return their iPads on the first day of the Level II course beginning January 17, 2018.
Number of Hours/Days: 8 hours online over a 4-week period. Self-paced and self-directed.
Course Start Date: December 13, 2017
Course End Date: Students are required to return their iPads when they return for the first meeting of the Level II course on January 17, 2018.
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 0
|Start date||12-13-2017 8:00 am|
|End date||12-13-2017 10:00 am|
|Cut off date||12-07-2017|
|Location||OCTA Maintenance Facility|