ASV 262: Diesel Technology
Students will explore the theory and application of modern light-duty diesel engines in automobile and light truck applications. Students will learn about modern diesel engines and fuel systems and will develop the skills for diagnosis and repair of fuel and electrical systems. Turbochargers, blowers and catalytic converters as well as particulate trap exhaust systems will also be covered in this course.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ASV 153, ASV 154 and ASV 155, minimum grade "C"
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