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Evaporative Monitor - Diagnose and Repair

Course number: SV11564B-11B1

This course is designed to take you through a vehicle’s evaporative control system, its components and diagnostic techniques to aid in timely diagnosis and repair. In this course, we will discuss various system requirements to provide an understanding of why the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) illuminates and the criteria for setting a code. Technicians will also become familiar with systems that use key off and diagnostic pumps (both positive and negative pressure) to located small leaks.

The focus of this course overviews numerous OEM systems (Domestic, Asian & European). Trying to locate a .020” leak can be very difficult, so we will cover the proper equipment, safety, and procedures to do so. We will also demonstrate this by using industry case studies that prove monitor theories and diagnostic techniques.

Skill Level Intermediate to advanced
Audience All automotive aftermarket technicians
Prerequisites Proficiency with scan tool; understanding of OBD-II
Duration 4 hours

 

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Course Highlights
  • Overview of the evaporative control system
  • Overviews numerous OEM systems (Domestic, Asian & European)
  • Learn the Evap System, Evap DTC, and Evap Diagnostic Tools
  • Proper equipment, safety, and procedures