Sep 23, 2020  
Fall 2017 Catalog 
    
Fall 2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

AU 262 - Automotive Fuel and Emissions


Credit Hours: 2

The usage of modern testing techniques and equipment for diagnosing and servicing of the fuel and emission systems.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to:

  • recognize the purpose and operation of components in the PCV, EVAP, AIR, CAT,EGR, emission control systems. The student is able to complete a 50-item multiple choice exam. Acceptable performance will be 35 items answered correctly;
  • recognize the functions of an infrared exhaust gas analyzer as an inspection tool and efficient diagnostic tool. Identify which general problem areas could cause excessive HC and CO emissions . The student is able to complete a 50 item multiple choice exam on gas analysis. Acceptable performance will be 35 items answered correctly;
  • understand the basic operation of themicroprocessor, the concept of closed-loop engine control, the necessity for precise control of air/fuel ratios and the operation of the oxygen sensor and other engine sensors. The student is able to complete a 50-item multiple choice exam on these topics. Acceptable performance will be 35 items answered correctly; and
  • understand the operation of the fuel system, their components and types. To understand the manufacture's diagnostic procedures and equipment needs. The student is able to complete a 50- item multiple choice exam on these topics. Acceptable performance will be 35 items answered correctly.


Concurrent Registration: AU 263
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