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I. Shop Safety 3 18. Install bearings and crankshaft. 3 9. Clean, paint, install rebuilt engine.
All Competencies will be completed by scoring 19. Remove, install, inspect, and align a 10. Perform engine break-in steps and load
a 100% on the following tests: 3 cylinder liner. 2 test on dyno.
Drill Press; Grinder; Forklift; Pressure Washer; 20. Check and adjust oil pressure on a diesel 11. Diagnose and test diesel engine electronic
Cabinet Washer; Glass Beader; Welding -MIG 3 engine. 3 systems.
& ARC; Cutting and Brazing; MSDS - basic; 3 21. Change oil filter. 12. Test for exhaust gas and air leakage in
General Shop Safety 3 22. Inspect cooling system (radiator, hoses, caps). 2 cooling system.
3 23. Test thermostat action. 2 13. Service valve guides, seats, and inserts.
3 II. (DT 105) Basic Engines 24. Inspect and rebuild fan clutches. 3 14. Perform a major diesel engine overhaul.
1. Remove and tag accessories; alternator, starter, 25. Inspect, disassemble, service, assemble and install a
3 hoses, etc. 2 turbocharger. 3 IV. (DT 110) Basic Power Train & Cab Air Conditioning
2. Remove and install a plain bearing (rods 26. Inspect, disassemble, service, assemble 3 1. Adjust clutch linkage free travel.
3 and mains). 3 air to air after cooler. 3 2. Adjust free travel on a pull type clutch.
3 3. Remove and install an anti-friction bearing. 27. Remove, replace, and adjust an engine brake on a 3 3. Remove a clutch assemble.
3 4. Install radial lip type seal. 2 diesel engine. 3 4. Inspect a clutch disc.
3 5. Remove, inspect and install a cylinder head. 3 5. Inspect pressure plate cover.
3 6. Disassemble and service a valve train. 3 6. Inspect a pilot bearing and pilot bushing.
3 7. Assemble a cylinder head. III. (DT 220) Major Diesel Engine Overhaul, Dyno 7. Remove, inspect, repair, and reinstall a
3 8. Remove piston and connecting rod assembly. 3 Testing & Tune-Up 3 15 1/2 inch dual disc clutch.
3 9. Remove piston rings and piston from rod. 1. Complete a checklist before starting 3 8. Check flywheel runout.
3 10. Clean pistons. engine, during normal engine operation, and 3 9. Check a mechanical transmission fluid level.
3 11. Inspect and measure pistons for wear. 3 before stopping engine. 10. Remove and disassemble a mechanical
3 12. Install rings and assemble piston to rod. 3 2. Test engine cylinder compression. 3 transmission.
13. Inspect piston pin and connecting rod bushing for 3 3. Test and check air intake system . 3 11. Inspect transmission parts.
3 serviceability. 4. Check crankcase pressure, exhaust back 3 12. Reassemble a mechanical transmission.
3 14. Remove a camshaft, camshaft gear. 2 pressure. 3 13. Disassemble a twin counter shaft transmission.
3 15. Adjust valve clearance. 3 5. Tune up a diesel engine. 3 14. Inspect twin counter shaft transmission parts.
16. Remove, inspect, and install camshaft on a diesel 6. Diagnose diesel engine operational complaints 15. Reassemble and time a twin counter shaft
3 engine. 3 (mechanical system). 2 transmission.
17. Remove, inspect, and measure a 3 7. Determine cost of engine overhaul. 3 16. Remove and replace a propeller shaft.
3 crankshaft and bearings. 3 8. Compile a major overhaul parts list.
17. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a VI. (DT 210) Hydraulics, Hydrostatic Drive, Steering & 4. Demonstrate drum brake removal, cleaning,
3 u-joint with bolted ends. 3 Suspension Systems resurfacing drum, measuring drum, grinding
3 18. Remove and replace a cross and roller u-joint. 3 1. Clean and inspect a vented and closed reservoir. 3 shoe to fit drums, and install brake shoes.
3 19. Align and time a telescoping drive line. 3 2. Replace a reusable hose end. 3 5. Check self adjusters, install brake drum.
3 20. Remove a differential case and gear assembly. 3. Disassemble, clean, and reassemble a 2 6. Bleed brake system with pressure bleeders.
21. Disassemble a differential case and gear 3 hydraulic jack. 7. Vacuum test, inspect for leakage, a power
3 assembly. 4. Perform general maintenance procedures on a 3 assist booster.
22. Clean and inspect a differential case and 3 hydraulic system. 3 8. Remove and replace power assist booster.
3 gear assembly. 5. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a gear and 9. Check power assist booster push rod for
3 23. Adjust drive pinion bearing preload. 3 vane pump. 3 adjustment.
3 24. Reassemble a differential case and gear . 6. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a 10. Disassemble, measure parts for wear, assemble, and
3 25. Adjust differential bearing preload. pressure comp variable displacement piston 2 test air compressor.
3 26. Check gear backlash and tooth pattern. 3 pump. 11. Remove air governor, disassemble, clean
3 27. Install differential in differential housing. 3 7. Test a relief valve. and inspect parts, assemble, install, and
3 8. Test and repair a control valve. 3 adjust pressure .
V. (DT 205) Torque Converters & Power Shift 9. Disassemble, inspect, test for leakage and 12. Identify the three reservoirs, remove, clean, and
3 Transmissions 3 reassemble a hydraulic cylinder. 3 install one-way check valve.
1. Demonstrate the use of special tools and 10. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a gear motor 13. Test, remove, and install safety valve on
3 pullers. 3 and piston motor. 3 reservoir.
2. Disassemble, clean, inspect and rebuild single stage 11. Disassemble, clean, inspect, reassemble, and adjust 14. Remove and install air application valve on
3 torque converter. 2 a hydrostatic transmission. 2 vehicle.
3. Disassemble, clean, inspect and rebuild multi stage 2 12. Inspect, clean, and test a heat exchanger. 15. Check for air leaks and troubleshoot air
3 torque converter. 3 13. Test a hydraulic pump. 3 application valve.
2 4. Interpret the results of a stall test. 2 14. Locate a problem in a hydraulic system. 3 16. Check quick release valve for air leaks.
5. Troubleshoot and evaluate operations of a power 15. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a pressure 17. Remove brake drum, wheel bearing, and
3 shift transmission. 3 control valve. measure brake drum, resurface brake drum,
6. Disassemble, clean and rebuild a countershaft 16. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a clean brake drum, remove brake shoes, remove
3 power shift transmission. directional control valve (includes Electronic 3 slack adjuster, remove S cam on cam brake.
7. Formulate a parts list after analyzing the inspection 2 control valves). 18. Check brake shoes for anchor pin wear, brake shoe
3 of a transmission. 17. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a 3 spread, and cracked welds.
8. Using air pressure, test a clutch pack for proper 3 flow control valve. 19. Check S cam for wear, remove cam bushing,
3 operation. 18. Perform heavy equipment wheel install S cam bushing, remove cam rollers,
9. Chart the power and oil flows of a countershaft 2 alignment on trucks, tractors, etc. reinstall cam rollers, install S cam, install seal
3 power shift transmission. 19. Check, adjust and rebuild manual and wear ring, install brake shoes, install bearing
3 10. Calculate gear ratios. 3 power steering systems. seals, install brake drum, and adjust wheel
3 11. Calculate gear rotation. 3 bearing, on cam brakes.
12. Disassemble, clean, inspect, and rebuild a 3 VII. (DT 115) Brakes - Hydraulic & Air 20. Remove brake drum, brake shoes, brake
3 planetary transmission. 1. Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble chambers, wedge and roller assembly,
13. Analyze the test results of an electronic controlled 3 master cylinder. 3 adjuster, and plunger on wedge brakes.
2 transmission. 3 2. Install master cylinder and bleed system. 21. Check spider for cracks and bolt holes for
3. Demonstrate how to install wheel cylinder, lines, 3 elongation.
3 hoses, valves. 22. Check brake shoes for cracks or broken
welds, adjusting pawls, and check activator for
3 scores on Wedge brakes.
3 23. Reassemble brakes. 2 IX. (DT 215) Diesel Fuel Injection System 3 XI. (DT 200) Workplace Skills
24. Check tractor Protection Control valve for 3 1. Measure specific gravity of diesel fuel. 3 1. Develop a personal resume.
leaks, remove from vehicle, install control 3 2. Isolate faulty injectors/nozzle. 2. Complete a job application.
3 valve. 3 3. Remove, service, test, and install nozzle. 3 3. Practice good communication skills.
3 25. Remove, inspect, and replace disc brakes. 3 4. Bleed fuel system. 3 4. Develop and demonstrate interview skills.
5. Remove, overhaul, and replace distributor type 5. Recognize different wage structures.
### VIII. (DT 120) Electrical Systems 2 injection pump. 6. Recognize basic OSHA responsibilities, both employee
3 1. Demonstrate proper use of DVOM. 6. Remove, overhaul, and replace in-line type injection and employer.
3 2. Test a fuse for proper operation. 3 pump. 7. Describe benefits in the Diesel Tech field
3 3. Test a circuit breaker for proper operation. 7. Remove, overhaul, test, replace and adjust injector for employees.
2 4. Test operation of multi throw multi pole switch. 2 (Detroit). 3 8. Describe and practice good work ethics.
2 5. Test a variable resistor for proper operation. 8. Remove, and install PT injectors / proper 9. Examine the structure of shop operating overhead
2 6. Test the operation of a relay. 2 adjustment. expenses.
7. Test a diode for being forward bias or 2 9. Install PT fuel pump and adjust.
3 reverse bias. 10. Connect software and diagnose electric
2 8. Test a step resistor. 3 fuel system.
2 9. Read and interpret wiring schematics. 3 11. Remove and replace electric unit injector.
3 10. Wire trailer light cord (pigtail).
11. Use schematic to wire directional signal
### control handle. 2 X. (DT 110) Power Trains & Cab Air Conditioning
2 12. Solve problems using Ohm's Law. 2 1. Demonstrate diagnosis of a system failure
3 13. Wire parallel circuit system. 2. Demonstrate proper troubleshooting
3 14. Wire series circuit system. procedures of electrical components:
3 15. Connect batteries in parallel. measure voltage drop, measure ohms,
3 16. Connect batteries in series. measure current draw of compressor clutch,
2 17. Connect batteries series/parallel. test relays and switches, test A.C. switch, check
18. Clean and service batteries using recommended 2 circuit breaker relay, test blower motor
3 procedures. 3. Demonstrate proper troubleshooting
3 19. Measure specific gravity and adjust the reading. procedures of temperature control system: test
3 20. Demonstrate load test battery. vacuum circuit and motor, test heater shut-
21. Demonstrate three minute charge test, off switch, check thermostatic control switch,
ground cable lost voltage test, starter cable 2 check VIR and STV
lost voltage test, starter solenoid switch test, 4. Demonstrate proper servicing procedures of
starter cranking voltage test, and starter all air conditioning components: Replace
2 current draw test. drive belt, repair A.C. hoses, compressor, shaft
2 22. Remove, disassemble, and repair alternator. seal, clutch, and clutch bearing; Check
23. Test rotor, stator, and diodes for shorts, open compressor oil, drain, evacuate and recharge
3 circuits, or grounds. compressor; Flush A.C. system; replace dryer or
### 24. Test transistorized regulator. accumulator, condenser, and evaporator;
3 25. Test alternator output. Clean evaporator condenser; Replace "O" ring,
2 26. Remove, disassemble, and test starter parts. repair service valves and replace expansion
27. Reassemble starter and check starter no 2 valve; and/or orifice tube.
2 load test.
2 28. Troubleshoot starter solenoid.