This course is designed to give technicians the entry level skills needed to diagnose and repair the Cummins 8.3L CNG fuel system. The course covers sensors, actuators, pin-out voltage values and real world diagnostic applications. This course is essential for those seeking to learn more about fuel and timing delivery strategies employed by manufacturers. To gain a thorough understanding, upon completion of this course students should enroll into level II.
- Prerequisite: Familiarity with Multi-meters and Electrical I.
- Duration: 24 hours over 3 days
- Training Resources: Not Listed
ProviderSouthern California Regional Transit Training Consortium
Target AudienceEntry level technicians or those seeking to improve their knowledge on computerized engine management systems.
- Unique characteristics of Natural Gas as an Alternative Fuel
- A basic understanding of the Theory of operation
- A basic understanding of the operation and diagnostic procedures of the 8.3 ignition system, fuel system, boost system and their components
- A basic understanding of sensor values
- A basic understanding of pin-out voltages
- A basic understanding of testing techniques
- A basic understanding of 8.3 actuator operational characteristics
- A basic understanding of 8.3 ignition system
- Introduction to Cummins “Insite” software
Assessment of Learner Performance
Delivery MethodInstructor-led Training
How to Obtain the Course
Register for the course via the following link:
Point of ContactSCRTTC
Restrictions for UseNot Listed
Availability of this course may change based on SCRTTC course schedule.