As the foundation of the vehicle training program, this course provides technicians with complete coverage of DTNA and vendor service literature that supports all troubleshooting and repair efforts. Covering systems such as: main & cab air suspension systems and adjustment, clutch & linkage operation and adjustment, power steering systems, as well as air brake/ABS systems, technicians will learn the operation, trouble shooting and repair of mechanical systems on heavy duty vehicles.
This course focuses on the electrical fundamentals as they apply to circuitry. Technicians will learn how to diagnose common electrical issues across various Daimler vehicles as they build series, parallel and series parallel circuits. Technicians will also build multiple circuits with relays and multiple controls to provide a comprehensive understanding of electrical operation and problem conditions.
This course will familiarize technicians with state of the art control systems on medium and heavy duty trucks, including instruction on how ECU’s monitor sensors and control out-puts. Through this course, emphasis will be directed on how all sensors, temperature sensors, position sensors, pressure sensors and hall effect sensors work and how to detect faults.
This course is designed to give technicians an in-depth understanding of the components, operation, control and diagnostics of the heating system. Technicians will learn the fundamental laws of heat energy and heat transfer related to A/C systems, in order to provide a better understanding of refrigerant system operation, performance testing and diagnostics. Technicians will learn service procedures recovery, evacuation and charging. This course also includes the operating fundamentals and diagnostics of the Park Smart system.
Through this expert level course, technicians will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Business Class M2’s multiplexed electrical system. Using DiagnosticLink, VehicleInfo, PartsPro and EZWiring to detect and repair problems in all vehicle systems. Technicians will be familiarized with the functions, operation and troubleshooting for all of the electronically controlled systems including: lighting, instrumentation, HVAC, body builder interface, air management system, and the multiplexed electrical system.
Through this expert level course, technicians will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Cascadia’s multiplexed electrical system. Technicians will be trained on the functions, operation and troubleshooting for all of the electronically controlled systems including: lighting, instrumentation, HVAC, air management system, and the multiplexed electrical system. Using available resources such as: DiagnosticLink, VehicleInfo, PartsPro and EZWiring to detect and repair problems in all vehicle systems.
Technicians will be introduced to P4 model specific service information resources and gain hands-on experience troubleshooting New Cascadia systems. This course will cover troubleshooting new technology, power distribution, HVAC, and multiplexed control systems, using DiagnosticLink for troubleshooting.
Although not a transmission overhaul course, technicians will be provided with the knowledge of component identification and basic mechanical transmission operation while using special transmission service routines in DiagnosticLink as well as transmission diagnostics with an emphasis on log file analysis and basic parameter management.