KIA Automotive Electrical Course Service Training Student Learning Guide PDF

KIA Automotive Electrical Course Service Training Student Learning Guide PDF

KIA Automotive Electrical Course Service Training Student Learning Guide PDF

This is a hand on guide of 3 days course with this goal: provide the Kia technician with the skills and knowledge required to diagnose and repair a vehicle that has an electrical system malfunction.

Upon the course, participants will Analyze automotive circuits using circuit diagrams, Learn to use the Kia 5-Step Troubleshooting Process to locate faults, Gain experience using the DVOM, Identify normal system operation of electrical system components, Inspect for normal operation of the vehicle’s basic electrical systems.

Contents:

  • KIA Basic Electrical Course
    • Course Introduction
    • Course Goal
    • Prerequisites
    • Modular Format
    • Two Types of Modules
    • Module Symbols
    • Getting The Most Out Of The Course
    • Course Credit
  • Electrical Fundamentals
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • Things You Will Need
    • Discovery of Electricity
    • The Famous Kite Experiment
    • What is Electricity?
    • Electron Theory
    • Electron Theory
    • Ions
    • Electron Flow
    • Electron Flow
    • Measurement of Electricity
    • Magnetism / Electromagnetism
    • Magnetism
    • Electromagnetism
    • Inductance
    • Capacitance
    • Self-Test
  • Introduction to Multimeters
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • Things You Will Need
    • Multimeters
    • Types of Multimeters
    • Analog vs. Digital Meters
    • Setting Up The Multimeter
    • Multimeter Symbols
    • Meter Functions
    • Using The Multimeter
    • Precautions
    • Measuring Voltage [ Unit Conversions ]
    • Measuring Resistance [ Unit Conversions ]
    • Measuring Current Flow [ Unit Conversions ]
    • Multimeter Accessories
    • Multimeter Activities
    • Self-Test
  • Electrical Circuits
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • Things You Will Need
    • Electrical Circuits
    • Electrical Circuit Components
    • Component Descriptions
    • Types of Control Devices
    • Other Type of Devices
    • OHM%90s Law
    • OHM%90s Law Relationship
    • Verifying OHM%90s Law
    • Types of Circuits
    • Series Circuit
    • Series Circuit Example
    • Measuring Voltage in a Series Circuit
    • Measuring Voltage in a Series Circuit
    • Voltage: Loads Connected in Series
    • Measuring Current in a Series Circuit
    • Current: Loads Connected in Series
    • Measuring Resistance in a Series Circuit
    • Resistance: Loads Connected in Series
    • Parallel Circuits
    • Parallel Circuit Rules
    • Parallel Circuit Example
    • Measuring Voltage in a Parallel Circuit
    • Voltage: Loads Connected in Parallel
    • Measuring Current in a Parallel Circuit
    • Current: Loads Connected in Parallel
    • Measuring Resistance in a Parallel Circuit
    • Resistance: Loads Connected in Parallel
    • Series-Parallel Circuits
    • Series-Parallel Circuit Rules
    • Series-Parallel Circuit Example
    • Instrument Panel Lighting
    • Measuring Voltage in a Series-Parallel Circuit
    • Voltage: Loads Connected in Series-Parallel
    • Measuring Current in a Series-Parallel Circuit
    • Current: Loads Connected in Series-Parallel
    • Measuring Resistance in a Series-Parallel Circuit
    • Resistance: Loads Connected in Series-Parallel
    • Circuit Control Methods
    • Power Controlled Circuits
    • Ground Controlled Circuits
    • Reversible Polarity Circuits
    • Reversible Polarity Circuit Example
    • Build a Reversible Polarity Circuit
    • Functions of Relays
    • Functions of Capacitors
    • Functions of Resistors
    • Electronic Circuit Control Methods
    • Semiconductors
    • Functions of Diodes
    • Functions of Transistors
    • Inspection of PNP Transistor
    • Inspection of NPN Transistor
    • Self-Test
  • Electrical Diagnosis
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • What You Will Need
    • Diagnostic Thought Process
    • Five Step Troubleshooting Process
    • Verify the Problem
    • Whats, Whens and Hows
    • Analyze the Problem
    • Preliminary Checks
    • Find the Cause
    • Repair the Problem
    • Check the Repair
    • Electrical System Malfunctions
    • High Resistance Faults
    • Diagnosing an Open Circuit
    • Voltage Test
    • Continuity Test
    • Voltage Drop
    • Diagnosing Using Voltage Drop
    • Diagnosing Procedure
    • Diagnosing High Resistance Faults
    • Using Voltage Drops to Find High Resistance
    • Low Resistance Faults
    • Diagnosing Short Circuits
    • Parasitic Draw
    • Diagnosing a Parasitic Draw Problem
    • Diagnosis Procedure
    • Fuse Failures
    • Component Faults
    • Simplifying Schematic Diagrams
    • Indicators and Gauges Cluster
    • Diagnostic Example
    • Current Flow Measurement
    • Voltage Drop Measurement
    • Self-Test
  • Electrical Repairs
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • What You Will Need
    • Harnesses
    • Connectors and Terminals
    • Connector Replacement
    • Connector Inspection
    • Connector Terminal Identification
    • Disconnecting the Connector
    • Terminal Replacement
    • Replacing a Terminal
    • Wire Repairs
    • Splicing Wires
    • Splicing a Wire
    • Self-Test
  • Battery, Charging and Starting Systems
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • Things You Will Need
    • The Battery
    • Battery Functions
    • Battery Type
    • Capacity Ratings
    • How a Battery Works
    • Battery Inspection
    • Battery Testing
    • State of Charge
    • Hydrometer
    • Test Procedure
    • Open-Circuit Voltage Test
    • Capacity or Load Test
    • Battery Charging
    • Jump Starting
    • The Charge System
    • Components
    • Operation
    • Generator Operation
    • Voltage Regulator
    • Charging System Warning Lamp
    • Charging System Diagnosis
    • No Charge
    • Low Charge
    • Overcharge
    • Charging System Troubleshooting
    • The Starting System
    • Starter Motor Types
    • The Starter Motor Assembly
    • The Starter Clutch Pedal Position Switch (Manual Transmission/Transaxle Vehicles)
    • The Transmission/Transaxle Range Switch (Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Vehicles)
    • Starting System Operation
    • Ignition in OFF Position
    • Ignition in START Position
    • Ignition in ON Position
    • Troubleshooting
    • Self-Test
  • Battery, Charging and Starting Systems APPLICATIONS
    • Learning Objectives
    • Module Directions
    • What You Will Need
    • Battery Testing
    • Visual Inspection
    • Hydrometer Test
    • Battery Condition
    • Open-Circuit Voltage Test
    • Heavy-Load Test
    • Charging System Voltage Check
    • Charging System Test Using the Snap-On MT-1590 Tester
    • Alternator Current Output Test
    • Voltage Regulator Test
    • Starting System Using the Snap-On MT-1590 Tester
    • Starting System Test
    • Quick Generator Bench Test
    • Generator Rotor Inspection
    • Open-Circuit Check
    • Grounded Circuit Check
    • Generator Stator Inspection
    • Continuity Between Coil Leads
    • Continuity Between Stator Coil Leads and Core
    • Generator Rectifier Inspection
    • Continuity Between Diodes
    • Starter Armature Inspection
    • Starter Solenoid Inspection
    • Starter Brush and Brush Holder Inspection
    • Starter Brush and Brush Holder Inspection

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