The Duramax engine has evolved and has many versions which have changed since it was introduced in 2001 model year. Tony Salas will be instructing you on the older LB7 to the newer LML Duramax Diesel. Tony has been involved with the Duramax 6.6L and continues to train technicians in the Diesel repair world.
Instruction will cover the following:
This is a two and half day course which starts on Friday afternoon and continues all day Saturday and Sunday. Training covers all of the versions of the 6.6L Duramax extensively. Hands on training will include these engines and demonstrations will include items and techniques you can use tomorrow when diagnosing and repairing these trucks. Case studies will be covered.
Day 1: (Friday class begins at 3:00PM) Introduction- (Class starts at 3:00pm) Engine designs, LB7 and LLY. Explain how the common rail injection system is set-up. Review diagnostic low pressure, high pressure and return volume checks, demonstrate the High Pressure injection pump, checking the fuel rail pressure regulator (MPROP). Instruction on engine checks.
Day 2: (Saturday class 9:00AM - 5:00PM) LLY and LBZ for 2006 and later models will be viewed along with the Chevrolet and GMC Express Savanna and Express vans equipped with these engines. Review emission control devices . EGR valve, common P0101 Mass Airflow issues to be discussed. Introduce Aftertreatment Systems.
Day 3: (Sunday class 9:00AM - 5:00PM) LMM and newer LGL and LML. Review differences from earlier generations. Continue discussion on the Aftertreatment systems and the Reductant (DEF) fluid system. Demonstrate common procedures to follow. Instruct on the Aftertreatment system, learn the operation and objective of the Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) and the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). Review regeneration procedures.
The class will conclude with a demonstration on how to diagnose and take full advantage of the scan tool and it’s features. Use of the service information and charts will be emphasized.
Course Fee: $ 580.00
Fee includes books and materials.
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