Principles of Trouble Shooting

Class Description: This course is designed to teach technicians a logical approach to troubleshooting and solving problems using paths of influence. Using computer simulation and related test equipment, the technician analyzes and fault and chooses maintenance actions such as continuity tests, bench checking, and component swapping that they might apply to correct the problem. The computer simulation evaluates the logic used by the technician and also keeps track of the time and expenses incurred while solving problems.

Speaker: Chris Russom
Bio: Chris is an automotive technology instructor at Seward County Community College. He has 18 years of experience in the automotive industry. He holds 14 certifications from Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) including Master Automobile Technician, Advanced Level Specialists (L1 Advanced Engine Performance, L2 Electronic Diesel Engine Diagnosis & L3 Light Duty Hybrid/Electric Vehicles) and Alternative Fuels Technician (Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle).