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Diesel Technology - Advanced Diesel

Advanced Diesel Overview

 

Advanced Diesel

The objective of our Advanced Diesel program is to provide students with the training to repair and diagnose problems on diesel engines. Students work on Peterbilt and Kenworth heavy-duty trucks and learn to inspect, repair, and perform preventive maintenance.

Course Objectives

Students study:

  • Model identification and warranty
  • Windshield removal and replacement
  • Kenworth and Peterbilt systems
  • Air systems
  • Hood and door adjustments
  • Starting and charging systems
  • Fan clutch
  • Front-ends
  • Brakes
  • Rockwell and Eaton ABS
  • Federal brake inspection
  • Detroit and Cummins electronics

Request more information on the Advanced Diesel specialty course.


Other Specialties in the Diesel Technology Core*

Campuses that offer the Diesel Technology Core

Program Disclosures

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Campus Disclosure

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* Not all courses and specialties offered at all locations.


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