Automotive Controller Systems Technician Level 2

Short-term Certificate - 37 credits

This program trains students to be the key troubleshooter in figuring out a vehicles driveability problems. Students learn to identify everything from powertrain malfunctions to ignition failures and other engine-related problems using state-of-the-art computer diagnostic equipment, as well as the best way to fix the problem for the client. COCCs Engine Performance Technician program applies toward ASE certification in (A6) Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems and (A8) Automotive Engine Performance. This program also trains students in testing volumetric efficiency, performance as it relates to program modification, dynamometer operation and safety, and reprograming for performance.

Certificate requirements

  • AUT 101 Basic Electricity for Automotive - 2
  • AUT 102 Automotive Electric I - 4
  • AUT 103 Automotive Electric II - 2
  • AUT 104 Automotive Electric III - 2
  • AUT 105 Diesel Performance I - 2
  • AUT 106 Automotive Program Orientation - 1
  • AUT 107 Mechanical Systems I - 3
  • AUT 109 Mechanical Systems II - 1
  • AUT 110 Small Gas Engines - 3
  • AUT 111 Computerized Engine Controls - 5
  • AUT 205 Engine Performance I - 2
  • AUT 206 Engine Performance II - 2
  • AUT 270 Automotive Controller Systems I - 4
  • AUT 271 Automotive Controller Systems II - 4

CORVETTE DYNO RUN VIDEO
Custom programming for performance and emissions is a part of dynamometer testing in the COCC Course AUT 271 Automotive Controller Systems II at Redmond Tech Center.

Corvette Dyno Runs from Central Oregon Community College on Vimeo.

AUT-270 Reading Diagnostics