Electronic Diesel Control 1

The course will provide the technician with the knowledge of diesel fuel and electronic circuits required to understand and repair these systems. At the end of this course the technician should be able to demonstrate knowledge of how these systems work and how to use oscilloscopes and meters for the performance of a correct diagnostic.

Course Content

  • Diesel fuelled compression
    Ignition engines, direct/indirect injection
  • Automotive diesel fuel systems
    Inline and indistributor type pumps, unit injector, common rail injection
  • Emissions
    EGR petrol versus EGR diesel, EGR developments, further developments, particulate filtration (PAF)
  • EDC components
    MAF – Mass Air Flow, MAP – Manifold Absolute Pressure sensors, crank shaft sensors, cam shaft sensors, fuel pressure sensors and control, throttle pedal sensors, temperature sensors, pedal switches, throttle valve, LP pump, HP pump, turbo charging, variable, geometry turbo chargers
  • Health and safety
    With diesels, with high pressure
  • Tools and equipment
    Multi-meters, oscilloscopes, code reader
  • Diesel system specific notes

Get in touch for course dates & booking info

Swansea

Open Mon-Fri, 8.00am - 5.30pm and Sat 8am - 1.30pm
FMP Motor Factors, Unit 1, St John's Court, Upper Fforest Way,
Swansea Enterprise Park SA6 8QQ

Port Talbot

Open Mon-Fri, 8.00am - 5.30pm and Sat 8am - 12.30pm
FMP Motor Factors, Unit 30, Baglan Industrial Park,
Port Talbot, SA12 7DJ