Course number: SV22201
Diesel engines are relatively similar in their basic design and operation across all manufacturers, in their combustion process, that is. However, the fuel delivery system, the engine management system, and the exhaust system can vary significantly from manufacturer to manufacturer. Even with the same manufacturer, there can be significant differences in these systems due to various reasons such as new or improved technology, changes in emission standards, the push for better fuel economy, or increased power.
Those differences often create the challenges you face in determining the exact cause of an issue. This course will cover Duramax 6.6 engines from 2007 to the new 2017+ L5P versions. Dodge/Ram 5.9/6.7 engines and Ford’s 6.4L and 6.7L diesel engines. The class highlights the differences of each engine model, informing you of known model specific issues and providing important diagnostic and repair information for each model.
Case studies and diagnostic tips help you become more efficient in diagnosing real-world issues with these diesel engines and their systems.
AudienceAll automotive aftermarket technicians
Skill levelEntry level to advanced
This course includes:
- Highlighting the differences of various engine models and known issues
- Important diagnostic and repair information for each model
- Will cover Duramax 6.6 engines from 2007 to the new 2017+ L5P versions
- Will cover Dodge/Ram 5.9/6.7 engines and Ford's 6.4L and 6.7L diesel engines