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Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, Grade 9 - 12, Advanced Power Equipment Technology, 2009

1.) Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures for power equipment operation and maintenance.

2.) Compare two- and four-cycle engines in operation and application.

3.) Explain the relationship between engine parts and components in a four-cycle engine.

4.) Explain the relationship between engine parts and components in a two-cycle engine.

5.) Compare types of fuel systems found in power equipment, including diesel, fuel injection and carburetion.

6.) Analyze fuel system problems relative to engine operation and performance.

7.) Demonstrate problem-solving techniques for correcting fuel system problems regarding engine operation and performance.

8.) Compare types of ignition systems found in power equipment.

9.) Diagnose ignition systems by using tools and adjustments to determine corrective action.

•  Performing repair operations
10.) Analyze starter systems, including batteries, starting circuits, and charging systems to determine corrective action.

11.) Demonstrate procedures needed for reconditioning an engine according to the manufacturer's specifications.

12.) Explain individual components of a small, compact diesel engine.

13.) Demonstrate routine maintenance on various types of power equipment.

14.) Utilize trouble codes on board diagnostic systems to determine necessary action.

15.) Solve repair issues associated with engine system diagnosis.

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