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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