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Course Descriptions

PSPT101M - Introduction to Power Sports Basic Maintenance and Repair (2-8-4)

Introduction to Power Sports Basic Maintenance and Repair is a comprehensive course covering all aspects of general maintenance and light repair of the latest power sports vehicles. Topics include safety, customer service relations, repair documentation, service-department operations, fork lift operation, safety inspection, pre-delivery inspection, in-depth preventative maintenance and inspection and common general repairs. Using the various skills and knowledge learned, students will perform the same basic tasks on today’s power sport vehicles as an entry level maintenance technician would in a dealership. PSPT101M is a Fall semester course. A minimum grade of C is required to continue on to PSPT102M.

PSPT102M - Electrical Systems (3-9-6)

Electrical systems is a comprehensive course covering all aspects of the theory and diagnosis of basic electrical systems of the latest power sports vehicles. Topics include: electrical safety, basic electricity theory and electrical systems, circuit diagrams, magnetism, induction, battery technology, semiconductors, specific vehicle electrical systems, electric circuit repair techniques, digital multi meter and other diagnostic equipment, and diagnostic techniques. Using the various skills and knowledge learned, students will perform basic electrical system inspection, diagnosis and repairs on today’s power sport vehicles. PSPT102M is a Fall semester course. A minimum grade of C is required to continue on to PSPT103M. Prerequisite: PSPT101M with a minimum grade of C.

PSPT103M - Engine and Drivetrain (2-8-4)

This course includes theory, repair and overhaul procedures with an emphasis on diagnosis of internal-combustion engines, transmissions, and drivetrains. This course provides an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to diagnosis and service today’s complex engine, clutch, transmission and drive train systems including two and four stroke engines, chain, belt CVT, and shaft drives. This course includes principles of engine operation, engine related systems, performance diagnosis, service, engine transmission and drive train noise diagnosis. PSPT 103M is a Spring semester course. A minimum grade of C is required to continue on to PSPT104M. Prerequisite: PSPT102M with a minimum grade of C.

PSPT104M - Brake and Suspension Systems (2-8-4)

Brakes and Suspension includes design, theory, maintenance, repair and service procedures with an emphasis on diagnosis of cutting-edge braking and suspension systems. This course includes principles of hydraulics, service brakes, electronic braking systems and controls. Also included are front and rear suspension system service, repair and diagnosis. PSPT104M is a Spring semester course. A minimum grade of C is required to continue on to PSPT105M. Prerequisite: PSPT103M with a minimum grade of C.

PSPT105M - Fuel Systems (2-8-4)

The Fuel Systems course including theory, repair and service procedures with an emphasis on diagnosis of modern fuel injection and carburetion systems. This course includes carburetion fuel system and service, computer controls, exhaust gas analysis, emission control systems and service. This course provides an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to diagnosis and service today’s complex systems. Using the skills and knowledge learned, students will perform service and repair procedures, and diagnose fuel and related system concerns on today’s power sports vehicles. PSPT105M is a Summer semester course. Prerequisite: PSPT104M with a minimum grade of C.