Our graduates of the Automotive AC Training are technicians capable of successfully working in the field of work.
Because our Program includes the cooling systems in car brands such as: Mercedes Benz, Toyota, BMW, Honda, Ford, Hyundai, Audi, Nissan, Volkswagen, Chevrolet, others.
Why participate in Automotive AC Training?
- All new car models incorporate an automatic management system for the interior air temperature of the vehicle, through a control that receives signals from sensors, evaluates and compares the exterior and interior temperatures and is in charge of controlling the refrigerant and air flow rates. , adapting its pressure and temperature to keep the comfort level constant.
- The demand for automobiles is high and many companies in the automotive area must have Human Resources with the adequate training to guarantee the design, installation or maintenance of these systems.
- Our Automotive Air Conditioning Course takes into account recommendations from magazines, newsletters, and publications of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) in order to keep the participant updated with new technologies and procedures.
Specific objectives of Automotive Air Conditioning Training:
- Study the technical aspects that regulate refrigeration systems.
- Know the components and operation of the members of automotive air conditioning circuits.
- Interpretation of mechanical, electrical and electronic diagrams of automotive air conditioning systems.
- Master the preventive maintenance to be carried out on equipment. • Diagnose and repair equipment malfunctions.
- Know and use the tools and elements necessary for the diagnosis and repair of equipment.
- Apply safety and environmental care standards.
- Recognize the different technologies to meet the demand for new automotive air conditioning systems.
Online Automotive Air Conditioning Course Content
- Application of Basic Theories of Cooling.
- Presentation of the Refrigeration Cycle and Its Components.
- Presentation of Refrigerants.
- Introduction to thermodynamics. Normal working pressures and temperatures within the cycle.
- Use of the Digital Manometer and Thermometer. Introduction to the interpretation of the Mollier diagram.
- Application of Basic Theories of Automotive Electricity.
- Use of the Digital Multimeter. Installation of control and power circuits.
- Use of the relay.
- Prisoners treated as security and protection systems.
- Use of the Mechanical Thermostat as a control element.
- Thermistors as an electronic center element.
- Introduction to reading electrical diagrams of automotive air conditioning systems.
- Modality of electrical installations, in automotive air conditioning systems.
- Interpretation of electrical connections in automotive air conditioning systems, using electrical diagrams.
- Diagnosis of electrical failures.
- Application of Basic Theories of Electronics.
- Interpretation of electronic diagrams. Introduction to the diagnosis of automotive electronic modules.
- Fundamental aspects of Automotive Electronic Air Conditioning.
- Diagnosis of electronic failures.
- Analysis of the operation of Mechanical and Electronic P.O.A Valve.
- Cleaning of Separate System Components.
- Maintenance of the Compressor and Oil Supply.
- Nitrogen Sweep Process.
- Circuit Vacuum Process in Automotive air conditioning systems.
- Oil introduction.
- Refrigerant charge.