Courses of Study: Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Number of Standards matching query: 24
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, Grade 9 - 12, Automotive Engine Performance I, 2009
1.) Demonstrate personal and environmental safety practices associated with clothing, eye protection, hand tools, power equipment, and proper ventilation related to basic automotive engine performance.
2.) Diagnose general automotive engine system problems.
Utilizing work order procedures for automotive engine repairs
3.) Identify general engine system concerns.
Determining necessary action for automotive engine system concerns
Researching automotive vehicle and service information
Examples: vehicle service history, technical service bulletins, vehicle and major component identification numbers
Determining testing and evaluation procedures
4.) Interpret trouble codes in On-Board Diagnostics I (OBD I) and On-Board Diagnostics II (OBD II) systems.
5.) Diagnose computerized engine controls to determine repairs needed.
Interpreting digital volt ohm meter (DVOM) readings for computerized engine control
Utilizing electronic service equipment for computerized engine control
Interpreting vehicle and major component identification numbers
Testing power, ground circuits, and connections for computerized engine control
Handling static sensitive devices
6.) Inspect ignition system components and circuits for computerized engine control.
Testing ignition system components
Repairing ignition system components
7.) Demonstrate diagnosis for fuel, air induction, and exhaust systems to determine repair.
8.) Diagnose positive crankcase ventilation systems to determine repair.
9.) Evaluate exhaust gas recirculation and treatment systems to determine repair.
10.) Diagnose evaporative emissions control systems to determine repair.
11.) Explain automotive engine-related services.
Examples: adjusting valves, replacing timing belt