Auto Mechanic

Auto Mechanic
Introduction
Automotive Mechanics carry out preventative maintenance, detect erroneous operations, and fix automotive automobiles. They are responsible to regulate, maintain, examine, test and fix braking systems, drive trains, engines, steering systems, automobile suspensions and other associated jobs as and when required.

General Information
Course Industry:
Auto Mechanic
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Ishtiaq Ahmed
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
10,000 PKR ($200)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

  •          Fix, maintain or modify an automobile
     
  •          Understand technical bulletins, estimates and work orders and
             associate the details to the job at hand

     
  •          Infer warranty policy in terms of component failures, service reports
             and analysis records

     
  •          Carry out given tasks according to quality and production standards

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:  Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                      One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                   Six (06) hour daily                (65%)

 

COURSE CONTENTS

Hazards Recovering and Emergencies 

  •          Fundamentals of safety
  •          Discovering risks and Evacuation in case of Emergency
  •          Fire Extinguishers
  •          MSDS usage
  •          Eradicating toxic dust
  •          Electrical safety
  •          Road testing automobiles
  •          Lifting equipments

Safety of Individual and Property

  •          Individual protection
  •          Fundamental injury avoidance
  •          CPR and Fundamental first aid

Fundamental Tool Preparation

  •          First priority is Safety
  •          Carbon- alloy
  •          Hardening & tempering

   

Basics of Tools and Equipment

  •          Lockout/tagout process
  •          Cleaning of tools & equipments
  •          Batteries and chargers
  •          Identifying defective equipments
  •          Compressed air tools
  •          brake testing and rolling road equipment
  •          Vehicle examination pits
  •         safety of wheels and tires

 Power Tools 

  •          Power grinders
  •          Drills and drill bits
  •          Air tools and equipments

Tools commonly used in Workshop

  •          Major hand tools; Chisels, Hammers, Saws, Screw-drivers, Vices and
             clamps, Pliers, Wrenches, Spanners, Sockets and other accessories, Files and
             Torque wrenches

Automotive Tools 

  •          Pipe flaring and cutting
  •          Marking tools
  •          Gauges, dies and taps
  •          Pullers, Fasteners

Other Additional Tools 

  •          Tools for Punches and Riveting

Diagnostic Equipment 

  •          Dynamometer
  •          Tools for scan and Pressure testers
  •          Multimeters (Dmm/Dvom), hydrometer and test light

Electric Power Tools Usage

  •          Use of Angle grinder
  •          Employing a bench grinder
  •          pressure washers and cleaners usage

Air Power Tools Usage

  •          air drill usage
  •          air impact wrench usage
  •          Air blow gun usage
  •          Air chisel use

Non-Powered Tools usage

  •          Repairing of external thread
  •          Repairing of internal thread
  •          Eliminating a stud
  •          screw extractor Usage
  •          gear puller Usage

Measuring Tools Usage

  •          Torque wrench and an angle gauge
  •          Thread pitch gauge
  •          Vacuum gauge
  •          Dial indicator
  •          Feeler gauge
  •          Micrometer
  •          Tire pressure gauge

Lifting Equipment 

  •          Vehicle hoists, Jacks and Stands
  •          Engine and element hoists

Using Workshop Equipment 

  •          Two-post hoist
  •          Four-post hoist
  •          Engine hoist
  •          Floor jack
  •          Setting up an oxyacetylene torch
  •          Oxyacetylene torch

Information Procedures 

  •          Tracing automobile details and decoding a VIN
  •          Accumulating and interpretation of  scan tool data
  •          How to use Repair manual
  •          How to use Shop manual
  •          How to use owner’s manual
  •          labor guide usage
  •          parts program usage
  •          service information program usage

Layouts of Engine

  •          engines identification
  •          configurations of Engine

Body Designs 

  •          Sedan, station wagon, hatch-back, coupe and pick-up/utility
  •          Light-weighted automobile vans
  •          transport vehicles for common goods
  •          Buses & coaches
  •          vehicle closures of trucks and other Vehicles

Drive Configurations 

  •           configurations of Engine and transmission
  •           Learn axles of automobiles
  •           Learn position of driving axles
  •           Learn Transmissions and final drives
  •           4-wheel drive transmission
  •           Chassis, transmission components
  •           configurations of Chassis

Procedures for Vehicle Inspection

  •          Performing a visual examination
  •          Inspection of underbody parts
  •          wheelbase measurement
  •          Testing liquid for windshield washer
  •          Testing and substituting wiper blades
  •          security system Testing
  •          door hinges inspection
  •          seat belt inspection
  •          interior trim’s testing
  •          driver’s seat fabric inspection
  •          Automobile valet service
  •          Routine vehicle testing

REPAIR of Engine

Types of Motive power 

  •          Motive power introduction to motive power
  •          engines of 4-stroke spark-ignition
  •          engines of 2-stroke spark-ignition
  •          parts of Spark-ignition engine
  •          Engines of Rotary spark-ignition
  •          engine cycles substitution
  •          Hybrid drive system
  •          properties of Engine

Components of Engine 

  •          Cylinder heads, Valves and valve trains
  •          Camshafts & drives
  •          Cylinder blocks  & Pistons
  •          assemblies of crankshaft
  •          procedures of engine components

Rebuilding of Engine

  •          engine rebuilding Introduction
  •          engine removing
  •          disassembling of engine
  •          machining of engine
  •          pre-assembly of engine
  •          final assembly of engine
  •          Reinstalling engine, Engine startup

Lubrication of Engine

  •          Oil lubrication systems
  •          Lubricating system parts
  •          processes of lubrication

Cooling of Engine

  •          Cooling basics
  •          Cooling systems and its parts
  •          Cooling systems processes