Course Descriptions & Student Learning Outcomes

AMT 67 - Engine Performance (12)

  • Prerequisite: AMT 20 & 30 & 40 & 43 & 46 & 50 & 53 & 55

AMT majors only. This course will deal with the systematic diagnostic approach to isolate malfunctions for computerized engine control systems. Students will be introduced to various components and their relationship to others in system functions. The course covers service codes, analysis of drivability symptoms, and pin-point test procedures using modern diagnostic strategies and various state-of-the-art equipment.

360 hrs. lect./lab. per term

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of AMT 67, the student will be able to:

  • Work independently and inter-dependently in an automotive repair facility
  • Function safely in an automotive environment
  • Communicate effectively to gather and convey industry related information
  • Operate automotive equipment and specialty tools
  • Perform all of the NATEF tasks that are outlined in each section listed below. Refer to the NATEF task list on website for a complete list of individual tasks.
  • General Engine Diagnosis
  • Computerized Engine Control Diagnosis and Repair
  • Ignition Systems Diagnosis and Repair
  • Fuel, Air Induction and Exhaust Systems Diagnosis and Repair
  • Emission Control Systems Diagnosis and Repair
  • Engine Related Service

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