Cummins 8.3L Advanced Computerized Engine Management Systems

This course is designed to provide technicians the advanced skills needed to diagnose and repair the Cummins 8.3L CNG fuel system. The course covers sensors, actuators, pin-out voltage values, ignition system, Cummins software “Insite” program and advanced diagnostic routines.

  • Prerequisite: Familiarity with Multi-meters and Electrical I and Cummins 8.3L Basic Computerized
    Engine Management Systems.
  • Duration: 24 hours over 3 days
  • Training Resources: Not Listed

Provider

Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium

Transit Type

All

Target Audience

Technicians seeking to improve their knowledge on Cummins computerized engine management systems.

Learning Objectives

  • Unique characteristics of Natural Gas as an Alternative Fuel
  • An improved knowledge of the operation and diagnostic procedures of the 8.3 ignition system, fuel system, boost system and their components
  • Improved knowledge of 8.3L sensor values
  • Improved knowledge pin-out voltages
  • Improved knowledge diagnostic techniques including actuator and ignition system diagnostics
  • Knowledge of waveform analysis
  • Lab activities related to the Cummins “Insite” software

Assessment of Learner Performance

None Listed

Delivery Method

Instructor-led Training

How to Obtain the Course

Register for the course via the following link:

http://www.scrttc.com/index.php/registration/register-for-a-course.html

Point of Contact

SCRTTC

Phone

619-667-6636

Restrictions for Use

Not Listed

Fee

$650

Other notes

Availability of this course may change based on SCRTTC course schedule.

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