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Volvo Quality Level Training Book 1 - Course Code 1316
Volvo Quality Level Training Book 1 - Course Code 1316
This course manual contains the different types of electrical signals, their characteristics and gives you an understanding of the communication of signals and the VIDA multi-meter functions.
You will learn the different functions of the VIDA Oscilloscope, Timing Meter, and signal description chart to select breakout box terminals for measurements. You will learn to use the Graphic Display to measure ECM electrical signals, the Oscilloscope, the Timing Meter, examine a serial data link signal and a network CAN-bus signal from a so-called 'smart sensor'.
ASM-0846 is an expert level course designed for Volvo technicians who have a higher level of knowledge and experience in multi-meter and wiring diagram usage, diagnostic troubleshooting and the philosophies of VIDA. Tools required for this course: VIDA.
This course manual contains general information on climate control systems, how they work, the purpose of climate control, and the components which make up the climate system and systems specific to Volvo.
You will learn general safety information about working with climate control systems, system overviews, the components and their function, Volvo's Electronic Controlled Climate (ECC) system, controls and switches of the systems. You will learn to read error codes, the diagnostic trouble code reporting, DTC descriptions, diagnostic communication with the ECC module, module connections, network climate controlled systems and On-Board Diagnostics of networked systems.
VCS-0286 is an intermediate level course designed for Volvo technicians experienced in multi-meter usage, wiring diagram usage, and VIDA usage. Tools required for this course: VIDA, VCT 2000 (Volvo Communication Tool 2000) and a shop environment.
This course manual tells you how Volvo automotive networks work. It will explain the development of electrical systems from the OV4 wiring to current wiring and fuses, the advantages and disadvantages of wiring, and how networks can work and communicate to other components and to Volvo.
You will learn about communication between control modules, serial communication, multiplex (network) communication, conventional electrical systems compared to a network and the advantages of a network. You will also learn about computer communications, configuration of control modules, how networks can divide functions between modules, network diagnostics and fault tracing, software programming and configuration, Volvo's Vehicle Information Transfer and Loading (VITaL), types of software and how to purchase through VIDA, and communication and downloading problems.
VAN-0440 is an intermediate level course designed for Volvo technicians experienced in multi-meter usage, wiring diagram usage, and VIDA usage. Tools required for this course: VIDA cart, VCT 2000 (Volvo Communication Tool 2000) and a shop environment.
This course manual contains the transmissions Volvo has used and still uses, their features and how they function.
You will learn about transmission components, the specifications, the unique characteristics, On-Board diagnostics, their mechanics and hydraulics and how they work with the Transmission Control Module (TCM) to enhance their performance and respond to the driving conditions and the demands of the driver. This course manual will cover from the Aisin-Warner AW70/71/72 to the 4T65-E/EV-GT developed by General Motors
VAT-0260 is an entry-level course designed for Volvo technicians who have entry-level skills in multi-meter usage, wiring diagram usage, and VIDA. Tools required for this course: VIDA, VCT 2000 (Volvo Communication Tool 2000) and a shop environment.
Upon successful completion of IDCC course, the student will be able to: Navigate VRC2 and Volvolearning. Use Symptom Based Fault Tracing (SBF) and Customer Symptom Codes (CSC) in daily work. Use the DTI (Diagnostic Text Interpretation) tool in VRC2 during the customer interview to help identify appropriate CSCs. Understand the SPR generation / submission process. Understand effective communication skills.
This is a course designed to provide you maximum hands-on applications on diagnosing and repairing Volvo designed engines. The course will combined instructor review on general knowledge of engine repair, followed by instructor-led demonstration and hands-on exercises. Upon completion of the Engine Repair course, you will be able to: Follow proper procedures to disassemble and assemble gasoline engines. Learn how to calibrate and read precision measurement tools. Evaluate engine components with precision measurement tools. Upon evaluation, decide the best course of action to resolve a concern. Correctly set camshaft timing using specialty tools on the S-i6 and V-8 engines. Practice removing and reinstalling the balance shaft on the V-8 engine. Measure and adjust tappet clearance. Install engine seals. Determine straightness of a component using a straight edge and feeler gauges. Become familiar with the internal operation of the READ unit. Properly install the oil pump on the S-i6 engine. Perform a compression test and cylinder leakage test in which to evaluate a cylinder's status. Understand the use and application of RTV vs. the anaerobic sealant.
Engine management systems functions such as fuel injection, ignition, engine speed, the fuel pump, the electric cooling fan, the A/C compressor, valve timing, turbo boost pressure and the malfunction indicator lamp.
This course manual contains the principles and components of partially and fully networked systems, the differences of a conventional and a networked system, the network functions, diagnostics and fault tracing and their functions.
You will learn to identify networked components, their location and signal description, On-Board Diagnostics levels I and II, combined instrumentation and text displayed diagnosis. You will learn about Volvo alarm and theft deterrent systems components and configuration, Volvo Navigational System, programming procedures, settings and perimeters for components within the BIE system.
BIE-0271 is an intermediate level course designed for Volvo technicians experienced in multi-meter usage, wiring diagram usage, and Volvo System Tester and VIDA usage. Tools required for this course: VIDA and VCT 2000 (Volvo Communication Tool 2000).
This course material covers convertible operations and maintenance for the C70.