Controlling Diesel Emissions and OBD-II
Course number: SV11565B-11B1
As the vehicle production increases on diesel engines due to fuel efficiencies gained by this engine technology, the need for proper emission and OBD-II diagnosis is also increasing. Diesel OBD-II is a complex technology, and while emission laws continue to evolve so will the system components and diagnostic techniques.
In this course, we will cover the changes in diesel emission system failures, including misfire, fuel, and comprehensive component monitoring. The use of OBD-II monitors has changed the diesel check engine lamp operation, so in this course, we will also cover emission-related failures with input sensors and actuators.
We will cover proper diesel diagnosis for diesel service and repair. And because diesel OBD-II has both similarities and differences from the gasoline OBD-II, we’ll review continuous and non-continuous diesel monitors - essential during proper repair of emission rated failures.
|Skill Level||Entry level to intermediate|
|Audience||All automotive aftermarket technicians|
|Prerequisites||Basic to intermediate knowledge of diesel systems|
- Covers changes in diesel emission system failures
- Covers emission-related failures with input sensors and actuators
- Proper diesel diagnosis for diesel service and repair
- Review continuous and non-continuous diesel monitors