Training Syllabus to Instruct/Prepare for the ASE Transit Bus Diesel Engines Test

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1 APTA STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM RECOMMENDED PRACTICE American Public Transportation Association 1666 K Street, NW, Washington, DC, APTA-BTS-BMT-RP Approved October, 2010 APTA Bus Maintenance Training Working Group Training Syllabus to Instruct/Prepare for the ASE Transit Bus Diesel Engines Abstract: This Recommended Practice provides guidelines for establishing a standardized bus maintenance training program related to the ASE certification program syllabus for the diesel engines used in transit buses and coaches. Keywords: Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) H2, bus, certification, diesel engines, training, transit Summary: This Recommended Practice allows users to instruct/prepare transit bus technicians and mechanics for the National Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) H2 Transit Bus Diesel Engines and to evaluate, develop or enhance current training programs for the diagnosis, repair and maintenance of transit bus diesel engines systems. Individual operating agencies should modify these guidelines to accommodate their specific equipment and mode of operation. Scope and purpose: This Recommended Practice reflects the consensus of the APTA Bus Standards Program members in conjunction with transit labor organizations, including ATU and TWU, on the subject material, manuals and textbooks, test equipment, methods and procedures that have provided the best performance record based on the experiences of those present and participating in meetings of the program task forces and working groups. APTA recommends the use of this document by organizations that have a training department or conduct training for the maintenance of transit buses, organizations that contract with others for transit bus maintenance training, and organizations that influence how training for transit bus maintenance is conducted. This Recommended Practice represents a common viewpoint of those parties concerned with its provisions, namely, transit operating/planning agencies, manufacturers, consultants, engineers and general interest groups. The application of any standards, practices or guidelines contained herein is voluntary. In some cases, federal and/or state regulations govern portions of a rail transit system s operations. In those cases, the government regulations take precedence over this standard. APTA recognizes that for certain applications, the standards or practices, as implemented by individual rail transit agencies, may be either more or less restrictive than those given in this document.

2 Contents 1. Learning environment... Error! Bookmark not defined. Participants The American Public Transportation Association greatly appreciates the contributions of the Bus Transit Standards Maintenance Training Working Group, which provided the primary effort in the drafting of this Recommended Practice. 2. Computer skills Questions format Direct question Completion question Illustrated question Technician A and Technician B with stem Technician A and Technician B without stem Except ASE course tasks Course description and objectives Exam requirements References Definitions Abbreviations and acronyms American Public Transportation Association

3 1. Learning environment For best application of this Recommended Practice, a combination of classroom lectures, mentoring, practical training and practice tests should be included in the training program. 2. Computer skills Basic computer skills are now a standard for transit bus technicians. Basic skills and knowledge in the operation of a computer in a Microsoft Windows environment is essential. 3. Questions format In order to standardize the question-and-answer format, the ASE format of questions has been adopted. This type of test uses six question formats, discussed in the following sections. 3.1 Direct question The correct answer, one out of four potential answers, must be chosen to answer a direct question. 3.2 Completion question The correct answer, out of four potential answers, must be chosen to complete the statement. 3.3 Illustrated question Referring to an illustration, the correct choice must be indicated. 3.4 Technician A and Technician B with stem With this question, the choice is made as to which technician statement is correct, or if both technician statements are correct or incorrect. A lead-in or descriptive statement prefixes the statements 3.5 Technician A and Technician B without stem With this question, the choice is made as to which technician statement is correct, or if both technician statements are correct or incorrect. 3.6 Except This type of question is sometimes referred to as a negative question because the choice is the incorrect answer. In the answers presented to the question or statement, all of them can be correct EXCEPT one. In this type of question, the word EXCEPT will be capitalized. 4. ASE course tasks Tasks that should be covered in this training course: 2010 American Public Transportation Association 1

4 5. Course descriptions and objectives 101 SAFETY Transit Bus Brakes Demonstrate proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE) Explain safety procedures used while working with batteries B1 G3 101 THEORY & UNDERSTANDING Describe transit agency service procedures Demonstrate basic computer knowledge Identify basic vehicle components (vehicle familiarization) Demonstrate familiarization with engines and engine equipment Identify engine type and sub system components Identify fluid types (oils, coolants, etc.) and explain viscosity Explain the difference between types of lubricants Explain the difference between types of coolants Describe differences and applications of distributor and in-line type injection pumps and mechanical unit injectors Describe manufacturer s engine test procedures Demonstrate basic knowledge of starting and charging systems Demonstrate basic knowledge of air start system Locate fuel system components on engine Identify vendor publications (service bulletins, manual updates, etc.) used during maintenance Demonstrate the proper use of MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for understanding of cleaning chemical safety Describe differences between sensor and sending unit Describe the function of rigging and lifting equipment Describe the importance of a clean work environment Describe the importance of cleaning parts and equipment prior to disassembly or removal Demonstrate uses of manufacturer s specification A18 A1 F1(1) A2 A17 A2 F1(678) G7, G8 A11 A11 D2 A18 B1 D7 B1 B1 B1 F1(4) 2010 American Public Transportation Association 2

5 101 TOOL USAGE Transit Bus Brakes Identify common gauges Demonstrate use of fuel gauge, vacuum gauge, pressure gauge/mercury manometer Demonstrate use of air pressure gauges Use air pressure gauges to check supply to knock-off cylinders Demonstrate use of hydrometer and or refractomenter Explain use of test Ph strips Identify proper diagnostic equipment and demonstrate use Demonstrate the proper use of hand tools Demonstrate the proper use of straight edge Demonstrate proper use of feeler gauges Demonstrate the proper use of torque wrench Demonstrate the proper use of dial indicator Check belt tension with the correct tool Identify manufacturer provided tools A6, A10,, A1, A7, A8, F1(1) E7 F1(12) A16 B1 B3 B3, B6, B10, B11, E7, F1(10) B7, F1(11) B7, B11, E7, F1(678) D6, D11 F1(11) 101 PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Perform general engine inspection Understand and demonstrate visual inspection of engine and components Use of mechanical fasteners properly Demonstrate the proper use of sealants Demonstrate the proper use torque specs Use thread lubricant properly Clean components in preparation for reassembly Clean sealing surfaces and remove residual gaskets and seals Clean bolt holes Remove oil pan, cover and breathers Use Plastigage to check bearing clearance Inspect oil pickup screen for cracks, holes and clogs Secure oil pick up screen properly Check lines and hoses for chaffing, damage, etc. Check hose between drain and block for damage Check oil supply hose A17 B8, F1(1), F1(2), F1(5) B2 B3 B3 B10, F1(10) B7 C9, B11 D2 D2 D4, D10 D5 D American Public Transportation Association 3

6 Transit Bus Brakes Identify location of thermostats (oil and water) Handle coolant and chemicals properly (environmental) Change coolant conditioner or additive package Check for proper torque on clamp Check pulley-to-belt surface for wear and clear debris Inspect clamps and hoses on water pumps Inspect shroud for damage Inspect radiator fins for damage and corrosion Inspect plug Inspect radiator to ensure it is free of blockages Inspect surge tank, lines, hoses and mounting surfaces Check condition of fan blades Check condition of fan shroud Ensure mounting surfaces are not cracked or broken Check for damage on cap seal and mounting seal Check for proper intake boot alignment and clamping (torque) Check seal between intake housing and engine compartment Look for corrosion on air cleaner housing Check for proper torque on V-band clamp Inspect turbo waste gate and rubber hose for holes, damage and clamping Check for damage on charge air cooler Inspect charge air cooler mounting brackets for damage Look for corrosion and dirty or damaged fins on charge air cooler Check mounting clamps Check pressure relief, short cycling (listening) Visual inspection of system Follow manufacturer maintenance procedures Follow manufacturer s specs for fuel pressure D8 D9 D10 D10 D11 D11 D12 D12 D12 D12 D12 D14 E1 E1 E1 E2 E2 E4 E4 E4 E5 F1(1) F1(11) F2(3) F2(5) 2010 American Public Transportation Association 4

7 Transit Bus Brakes 101 PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING (ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONICS) Visually inspect solenoids, sensors, etc. Visual inspection of wiring Demonstrate repair procedures for metropak, deutsche, weather pack or other manufacturers and describe the connector differences Name the various wire repair procedures, line splicing, etc. Explain digital multimeter (DMM) functions, properly use multimeter Explain multimeter manufacturer safety procedures Describe the difference between series and parallel battery arrangements Explain battery load test procedure Determine voltage of batteries, set charger to proper voltage Follow proper battery hook up sequence to prevent sparks Define system voltage and polarity Check for damaged wiring and proper mounting Describe battery charging procedures F1(12), F2(6) F2(2) F2(8) F2(8) F2(2), F2 (4), F2(11) F2(11) G2 G2 G3 G4 G4 G6 G3 102 THEORY & UNDERSTANDING Describe exhaust back pressure test procedures and equipment Explain how to use manufacturer s specification table to determine normal range of back pressure Explain how to use manufacturer s specification table to determine normal range of crank case pressure Use of manufacturer s specifications to determine which coolant to use Use of manufacturer s specifications to determine which lubricant to use Refer to manufacturer s specifications and bulletins Describe thread pitch and fastener grades Describe the importance of adhering to fastener replacement specs Explain fastener torque sequences and torque turn procedure for cylinder heads Explain lubrication, oil pump operating pressure and relief valve operation A9 A9 A10 A18 B2 B2 B7 D3 102 TOOL USAGE Proper use of diagnostic equipment to determine if air in fuel supply system Use pressure gauge to check specific pressure Check pulley alignment with straight edge Using monometer check for air restriction A12 D1 D6 E American Public Transportation Association 5

8 Transit Bus Brakes 102 PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Follow manufacturer procedures for inspecting and testing Follow manufacturer specs and/or use vendor tools for installation of engine components Following manufacturer s procedures, place engine in proper position for removal and installation of engine components Use a proper assembly lube as per manufacturer for engine rebuild Inspect removed engine gaskets or seals for evidence of proper sealing Secure applicable fasteners in accordance with manufacturer s specification Inspect breathers for blockage or contaminants Clean engine block, removing all scale, carbon, and other deposits Check oil passage in connecting rod, ensure free flow Rotate crank by hand to ensure no binding during engine rebuild Inspect ring gear for damaged teeth Check operation of sending unit Identify damaged mechanical fasteners, studs, and threaded holes Inspect for surface wear on block where O-ring seats Inspect pipe for cracks and O-ring damage Check sealing and mounting surfaces for damage Ensure crankcase breather is operating properly Adjust drive belts Inspect mounting surfaces on housing for debris, nicks, etc. Reinstall pulleys Pressure test cooling system. Bleed air from cooling system Change coolant line Check coolant temperature in and out Ensure pressure release valve works pressure release cap Ensure pressure release is in place and working properly Ensure specified pressure is not exceeded for that system Ensure proper rotation and orientation of fan Inspect and replace mounting bushings on fan brackets Check for chafing or holes in induction pipe and rubber boots; ensure boots remain pliable B5 B9 B10 B D1 B2 D2 D2 D4 D5 D6 D11 D6 D7, D14 D9 D10 D12 D12 D12 D14 D14 E American Public Transportation Association 6

9 Transit Bus Brakes Inspect waste gate linkage for movement and retainers Check intake manifold for leaks, cracks and missing or loose bolts Check hoses for holes and clamps (loose, damaged and correct) Pressure test charge air cooler and piping Check for V-band clamp condition Inspect for cracks on phlange exhaust manifold surfaces Inspect for exhaust manifold leaks and cracks Use DMM to test pumps, heaters, etc. Check oil return lines Use external pump / fuel source to check fuel system Make mechanical connections, follow installation instructions for engine throttle and controls Visual inspection of fuel system linkages Apply manufacturer s procedures and tools when diagnosing and repairing fuel system Make manufacturer recommended adjustments to fuel system components Use DMM to check circuits and sensors Use DMM to test voltage, perform voltage drop tests Visually inspect circuits Using wire terminal crimping tools Use connector installation and removal tools (pin removers, etc.) Apply basic electrical knowledge to electrical component perform tests and interpret readings Perform state-of-charge test Safely load test a battery Determine which charging methods to utilize Check battery cables for corrosion, wear and crimping Inspect battery holes, cracks, leaks, bulged housing batteries for low electrolytes Check relays for arcing or melting housings Perform full field tests (or carbon pile load test) as specified Proper use of DMM clamp-on amps probe (high current) Use high current ammeter (1000 amp capacity) E2 E3 E4 E4 E5 E5 E5 F1(2) F1(3) F1(3) F1(5) F1(10) F1(6,7,8) F2(6) F2(6) F2(7) F2(7) F2(8) F2(8) F2(11) G1 G2 G3 G5 G5 G5 G6 G7 G7 G8 103 PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Install engine block components Secure seals to components and prepare for installation 2010 American Public Transportation Association 7

10 201 THEORY & UNDERSTANDING Transit Bus Brakes Demonstrate familiarization with failure report system Perform road test procedures Describe EGR theory and application Describe J1708 and J1939 networking protocols Describe engine electronic control system Describe function and operation of vibration dampeners Explain effects of low or high fuel pressure on engine performance Identify correct calibration and vehicle specifications using service manual A1 A1 E7 A16 A12 A13 F2(5) F2(9) 201 TOOL USAGE Demonstrate proper use of tension gauge Demonstrate proper use of cylinder head pressure test equipment Demonstrate proper use of micrometers (spring height, bridge guides, etc.) Properly use injector sleeve tools (various vendor provided tools) Properly use code reader, laptop, manufacturer diagnostic software or pro-link as necessary Demonstrate proper use of diagnostic equipment to determine if air is in fuel supply system Use multimeter to check wiring harness Use proper tools to install seals which seals Demonstrate proper use of pin tools Use test kit to check coolant and ensure additive package levels Use proper tools to avoid spreading rings Use feeler gauge to ensure proper clearance of end gap on piston rings Use listening tools to detect noises and harmonics B4 B5 B4, B6 B5 A11, E7, F1(2), F2 (1), F2(2), F2(3), F2(4), F2(5), F2(7), F2(9) A6 B8 D8 F1(10) D A4 201 PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Identify damaged connectors and wires Demonstrate use of basic schematics and troubleshooting charts Listen and detect normal and abnormal operating sounds Check for air inlet restriction Exhaust back pressure test Recognize normal vs. abnormal emissions characteristics A3 A3, A11, A12, A16, F2(7) A5 A5 A American Public Transportation Association 8

11 Transit Bus Brakes Determine if smoke source is from oil, fuel or coolant Determine if fuel return rate is within specifications Examine fuel for contamination Perform air intake system leak test under pressure Determine possible causes of engine no start Inspect and repair engine mount system Pressure test coolant system Examine coolant for contamination Describe engine protection systems Pressure test lube system Utilize proper disassembly procedures Measure deck-to-deck thickness Visual inspection for cracks, damage, passages, core Check and replace seals Visually inspect cam followers Inspect removed wear rings for proper sealing Disassemble bare block of all core plugs, galley plugs, fittings, nozzles, bearing caps, bearings and seals Install oil passage plugs Remove any oil passage plugs, clean oil passages Properly install bearings and races Check for stretched bolts and damaged threads Properly install piston rings Check for proper position of oil cooling jets Ensure oil cooling jets are free of debris Inspect vibration damper for damage and fluid leaks Align flex plate properly Check bolt holes for elongation Inspect flywheel Check wiring from ECU to sensor Visually determine wear on oil pump Ensure relief valve and regulator are in correct place Measure distance for spring installation on oil pressure regulator valve Inspect thermostat for proper operation Check idler pulley bearings A5 A6 A6 A7, A8 A11 A13, B1 B3 B3 B4 B9 C8 C D1 D2 D3 D3 D8 D American Public Transportation Association 9

12 Transit Bus Brakes Inspect drive gear for damage Inspect lubrication and cooling systems for damage Inspect inside of charge air cooler for oil contamination and coking Demonstrate knowledge of winterization procedures Check fuel system for air with proper manufacturer s procedure D11 D11 E4 E6 F1(3) 202 THEORY & UNDERSTANDING Explain engine electronic control systems and sensor operation Describe conditions that would activate engine protection systems Describe conditions that would cause abnormal engine/drivetrain vibrations Describe the interface between the engine and bus manufacturer specific devices (e.g., fire suppression) A11, A16 A12 A13 F2(6) 202 TOOL USAGE Use micrometer for rocker arm shafts, bushings Use dial indicator for injector tip/nozzle protrusion Check end play with dial indicator, correct if necessary to proper specification Check flywheel run out with dial indicator Demonstrate the proper use of gear removal and installation tools Check for wear on oil pump using feeler gauge and straight edge Use other specialized fuel system test equipment Use DMM to check circuits and sensors Use pop tester Properly use code reader, laptop, manufacturer diagnostic software or pro-link as necessary Proper use of injector height gauges B8 B5 C9, D2 F1(9) F1(12) F1(9) A12, A16, F2(1) F2(4) 202 PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Pressure testing of engine and subsystems Determine possible causes of exhaust temperature outside of normal ranges Troubleshoot cooling fan control operation Examine for contaminated lubricating oil Check valve for discoloration, leakage Measure valve spring height, stems, and guides Remove injector sleeve A2 A9, B4 B4 B American Public Transportation Association 10

13 Transit Bus Brakes Inspect machined sealing surfaces for flatness, straightness, and irregular conditions Clean and inspect galley passages for blockage, restrictions, and obstructions Inspect engine block for cracks and erosion Inspect galley plug sealing surfaces for damage, install plugs and fittings Main bearing caps installed in proper sequence and orientation Check and adjust air gap using specification Check and set preload on tapered roller bearing Follow proper reinstall procedure drive gear train to ensure correct timing Inspect bearing journals and cam lobes for damage or excessive wear Check bushing bore Install and properly orient pistons, connecting rods and crank shaft Determine proper piston to cylinder bore clearance Check deck height on cylinder liner Measure vibration damper for run out Ensure proper torque sequence when installing head Use both electronic diagnostic and manual methods to verify oil pressure Verify engine oil pressure and check operation of pressure sensor Measure valve spring height and tension Check oil bypass valve and seat for damage Ensure correct orientation of oil cooler Replace bearings on pulleys and tensioners Use both electronic diagnostic and manual methods to check coolant Build replacement lines (fittings, hose types, crimping) Check for bearing wear Check for gear clearance (gear lash) Perform flow test Check fan engaging at proper temperature Check fan speed Check mechanical and electronically fan controls Install piston rings in proper sequence with ring gaps staggered and orientated (top and/or bottom) correctly Determine that waste gate operates at proper boost pressure Electronically check turbo boost pressure in engine Inspect turbo for wear in shaft, damaged or missing fins, damaged housing, and leaking seals C D1 D1 D3 D4 D4 D6 D7 D10 D11 D11 D12 E2 E2 E American Public Transportation Association 11

14 Transit Bus Brakes Check pressure and temperature electronically to determine if they are within specifications Check for exhaust back pressure readings to determine if they are within specifications Check and monitor EGR sensors and valves electronically Determine whether to replace nozzle or whole injector Read and interpret fuel pressure specification using the service manual Use data from software to begin troubleshooting Perform voltage drop tests on ground and power side starting and charging systems using voltage drop test Perform starter amp draw test E3 E5 E7 F1(9) F2(10) F2(10) G7, G8 G8 A PROCEDURES, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Examine coolant for DCA level and chemical makeup Clean and inspect all fastener threaded holes for broken screws or thread damage, service and repair as needed Inspect all dowel pins and holes for damage, service and replace as needed 301 THEORY & UNDERSTANDING Describe operation of variable ratio/geometry turbo chargers E7 301 TROUBLESHOOTING, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Troubleshoot engine performance issues and causes Troubleshoot engine electrical systems Troubleshoot noise origin Troubleshoot excessive smoke Troubleshoot fuel system Diagnose engine air induction restrictions Troubleshoot high intake restriction Troubleshoot air intake system Troubleshoot high exhaust back pressure Troubleshoot excessive crank case pressure Troubleshoot a no start problem Troubleshoot electronic and fuel controls Diagnose engine air induction leaks A1, A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A American Public Transportation Association 12

15 Transit Bus Brakes Diagnose engine exhaust restrictions Troubleshoot vibrations Troubleshoot cooling system Troubleshoot fan clutch Troubleshoot surge tank system Troubleshoot water pump Troubleshoot filters Troubleshoot hoses Troubleshoot lubrication system Troubleshoot oil cooling system Troubleshoot oil pump Troubleshoot visual damage of engine and sub system components Determine if valves should be replaced or repaired Inspect cylinder walls for wear and damage if block is not equipped with cylinder liners Install and adjust camshaft followers Inspect gears for serviceability and determine if gears can be reused Diagnose temperature switch on the block A9 A13,, A17 B4 C4 C7 0 E6 302 TROUBLESHOOTING, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Evaluate engine diagnostic test results Troubleshoot high and low oil pressure readings Troubleshoot high oil consumption Interpret oil analysis results interpret engine diagnostic codes to determine needed repairs Perform fuel pressure test, inspect cylinder head and perform necessary repairs Inspect all mating surfaces for alignment and damage Install cylinder liners if equipped with seals, while adjusting liner height to manufacturer s specifications Install in block camshaft bearings Install in block camshaft, measure and adjust end play Determine acceptable wear on bearing, identify potential contamination in oil Check clearance between piston and wall Check cylinder wall for taper and out of round Troubleshoot electrical components of fan control between fan and ECU/OEM interface A12 A16 B5 C5 C7 C7 C American Public Transportation Association 13

16 Transit Bus Brakes Diagnose ether injection system (KBi) Diagnose the preheater and electronic control of preheater (ECU) Determine if a sensor or actuator is giving bad readings Use mechanical gauges to double check electronic readings E6 E6 F2(10) F2(10) 303 TROUBLESHOOTING, INSPECTIONS & TESTING Troubleshoot electronic controls Troubleshoot source of contaminated lubricants Troubleshoot electronic diagnostics Check block for deck height and deck surface for flatness, warp age and finish, service as needed Install main caps and check line bore for alignment, service as needed Inspect cylinder sleeve counter bore and lower bore for distortion, taper, and sealing surface, service as needed if block has cylinder liners Inspect in block camshaft bearing bore surface for damage and dimensions/specifications, service as needed Check thrust bearing surface for wear and dimension, service as needed Clean and inspect crankshaft for cracks and damage using Magnaflux or other approved method Measure journal diameters for out-of-round and wear, service as needed Check that con rods are not bent or twisted Check for cracks in rods if being reused Check block to ensure line bore is correct Install and align flywheel housing Perform run out check, ensure concentricity to face of fly wheel Demonstrate understanding of manufacturer s calibration procedures and authority to change or calibrate A16 C3 C6 C8 C8 C F2(9) 400 MANUFACTURER SPECIFIC Perform manufacturer specified tests Manufacturer provided specialty tools E7 F1(5) 2010 American Public Transportation Association 14

17 6. Exam requirements The minimum acceptable grade to pass the course and all practical tests is 75 percent. Students must pass written tests with a minimum grade of 80 percent American Public Transportation Association 15

18 References National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) website. Abbreviations and acronyms APTA ASE ATU DMM ECU EGR FMVSS KBi MSDS OEM PPE TWU American Public Transportation Association Automotive Service Excellence Amalgamated Transit Union digital multimeter electronic control unit exhaust gas recirculation Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Kold-Ban International Material Safety Data Sheet original equipment manufacturer personal protective equipment Transit Workers Union 2010 American Public Transportation Association 16

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