This course will teach the maintenance, repair, and programming of the Cat 3500 diesel engine electronic system and related wiring harness, sensors, and component hardware. An in depth study of effective electronics and diagnostic troubleshooting techniques for engine electronic control systems will be taught. Emphasis will be placed with hands-on electronic diagnostic repair procedures on an operational 3500 diesel engine. Effective use of Caterpillar service literature will be discussed, especially Troubleshooting Guides and Schematics
This course covers system operations and adjusting, troubleshooting techniques, and repair of Caterpillar D3500 A,B,C Engines, with a primary emphasis on planned maintenance and repair. There will be many hands-on-iron activities including head and piston disassembly and assembly, and all performance and iron adjustments and procedures. Effective use of Caterpillar service literature will be discussed. Note: This course is for diesel engines only.
Get the most out of your time and your vessel. Join Caterpillar Marine Power Systems for a factory-led hands-on engine class, specifically designed for owners and crew of C7 ACERT™ through C32 ACERT powered vessels. TEAM Training (Technical Engine, Application, and Maintenance) combines test cell sessions with class instruction, covering the operation, maintenance, and efficient use of your engines. You’ll spend three days at the Miami Skills Acquisition Center learning new skills and practicing them using a C32 propulsion engine, marine transmission, and dynamometer.
This training course covers basic forklift operating procedures intended to increase safety and help prevent the most common forklift accidents. How a forklift works, How to safely operate a forklift, Forklift regulations from OSHA, Best practices recognized by the industry.
Service Information System (SIS) is the electronic service tool that Caterpillar dealers, customers and employees rely on for their parts and service information needs. This course will help you navigate thru its menus and allow you to look up parts and documents for Caterpillar Engines and Machines.
Caterpillar Electronic Technician (Cat ET) is diagnostic software required to communicate, diagnose and service electronically controlled Cat engines, and machines. When connected to an Electronic Control Module (ECM), a technician has the ability to diagnose existing and potential problems, configure and calibrate the product, and obtain data for analysis. After completing this course, you will be able to: - Identify and explain the components of the File menu. - Identify and explain the components of the View menu and customize Cat ET. - Demonstrate the ability to find a code and navigate to the troubleshooting procedure. User should be able to find and start diagnostic tests. - Identify and Explain the components of the Information menu. - Identify and Explain the components of the Service menu. - Identify and Explain the components of the Utilities menu. - Identify and Explain the components of the Help menu.
This course is an introduction to the identification, operation, and visual inspection of the Cat diesel engine. It is necessary for you to be able to identify the normal operation of the diesel engine to accurately diagnose concerns. At the end of this course you should be able to describe the general safety precautions when working on engine systems, Explain the fundamental operating principles of diesel engine, identify components, explain the purpose and describe the basic operation of Lubrication System, Cooling system, Air Inlet and Exhaust, Fuel system and Electrical System. Describe the general service procedures and Perform (preventive maintenance) of diesel engine systems.
This training is designed to prepare technicians to properly review and troubleshoot marine engines using the Sea Trial function in CAT ET. The technician will conduct a Sea Trial using CAT ET and Analyze the results in Sea trial Steady State, Sea Trial Transient and General File Information to determine the condition of the following; engine room design, cooling systems, ventilation systems, air intake systems, exhaust systems, fuel systems, marine engine performance issues & installation issues. Participants will be required to fix and/or make recommendations for fixing each engine issue. Each participant will learn how to properly conduct and interpret a sea trial using Caterpillar approved tooling and software.
This course is designed to give you the basic product knowledge for the C7.1, C8.7 & C12.9 Marine Engines. After completing this course you will be able to understand the features and benefits of the C7.1, C8.7 & C12.9. The participant will have a general knowledge of the engines Lube, fuel, cooling, air intake, exhaust, electrical and electronic systems.
This training will cover the operation and troubleshooting of the EMS, MPD, MAPD, Messenger, CMPD, MECP I and the new CAT Marine Display found on Marine Engines.
This course covers system operations and adjusting, troubleshooting techniques, and repair of Caterpillar C12.9 Engine, with a primary emphasis on planned maintenance and repair. There will be many hands-on-iron activities including head and piston disassembly and assembly, and all performance and iron adjustments and procedures. Effective use of Caterpillar service literature will be discussed.