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Ford EcoBoost Engine & Electronic Diagnostics

When Ford engineers were tasked with finding a way to meet tough new CAFE ratings they knew that sacrificing power for fuel economy wasn’t an option. To meet the challenge they decided a combination of existing technologies was the answer. They already knew from past experience that turbocharging improved the efficiency of Diesel engines. Why not put a turbocharger, or two, on a  gas engine. A turbocharged 4 cylinder could replace a V6, a turbocharged V6 could replace a V8, delivering the fuel economy needed without sacrificing the power drivers expect. By combining ECOnomy and turbocharger boost pressure, the Ecoboost system was born. Turbocharging is the basis of the system, but there are other technologies used. Design changes to engine components, variable cam timing, direct injection as well as computer program changes have all combined to make up the Ecoboost system. In this class we discuss the overall system, and look at the various components.

In this class we will look at the components and systems that make up the Ecoboost system. Some, like Variable Cam Timing, have been used on other engines while others are unique to the Ecoboost family of engines. Liquid cooled turbochargers with computer controlled waste gates. Direct Injection fuel systems with operating pressures up to 2,150 PSI. High pressure mechanical fuel pumps Fuel injectors that operate at 65 volts. Special tools and procedures used when replacing fuel injectors. Build your own Cam and timing chain tools…mandatory for head removal. Be careful removing that fuel rail!

Course Outline:

  1. Introduction/Overview
  2. Acronyms
  3. What’s New
  4. Engine Mechanical
  5. Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (TiVCT) System
  6. Turbochargers
  7. Low Pressure Fuel System
  8. High Pressure Fuel System
  9. Fuel Injectors
  10. Vacuum Pump
  11. Miscellaneous TSBs/Recalls

Locations and Times:

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1776 Williston Rd. 219 S. Main St. 255 Vaughan St.
Burlington, VT Concord, NH Portsmouth, NH
Tues. 4/25/2017 Wed. 4/26/2017 Thurs. 4/27/2017
For all locations dinner is at 5:30pm and the clinic begins at 6:00pm.

To register, contact your local Sanel Auto Parts representative.
BWD Training

Automotive Technical Clinic

Diagnose and Repair Vehicle Networks

Late model vehicles have an amazing amount of computers onboard, networked together using different protocols and configurations. A single sensor fault may set codes in multiple modules since the data is being shared over the network. Communication faults will often generate the dreaded U Codes and at times a scan tool will not communicate with the vehicle at all. Attend this class to become proficient at solving communications problems.

What you will learn:

  1. Streamlined network diagnosis
  2. Solving communications faults
  3. Diagnosing and repairing U Codes
  4. Testing from the DLC
  5. Different network types
  6. Diagnostic and repair tips

Location and Time:

Sanel Auto Parts, 219 S. Main Street, Concord, NH

Monday, March 13, 2017

Dinner is at 5:30pm and the clinic begins at 6:00pm.
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