Intro to Small Engine Repair

Person working on small engine

Intro to Small Engine Repair

Course Code: AUT-SMENG

Jump-start your career and learn what it takes to repair and maintain a small two-stroke or four-stroke engine in our Small Engine Repair program. This short-term, in-depth course will teach you how to assess and perform routine maintenance on small engine/power equipment, from lubricating parts and replacing spark plugs to testing and inspecting for engine malfunctions. You will be taught to replace worn, defective, or broken parts, reassemble engine components, and follow manufacturers’ recommended general maintenance and repair of small engine/power equipment. The class will also include general combustion theory and principles.

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This course is designed to provide the student with hands-on knowledge of engine rebuilding techniques to manufacturer’s specifications. The student will learn how to completely disassemble engines and check for manufacturer’s specifications and reassemble. Emphasis will be placed on the proper use of special tools and testing equipment. Upon completion students will be able to explain operating principles of engines, name major parts of engines, work safely in the shop, explain how force work and torque are related to horsepower, define horsepower, list and explain combustion chamber designs, properly run rack, time injectors, adjust values, and adjust governors.
Meeting time and location:

03/13/23 - 04/12/23
Mon, Tue, Wed 6p - 9p
Diesel Garage, Room 100
Volt Center
205 First St, New Bern NC 28560

This course is designed to provide the student with hands-on knowledge of engine rebuilding techniques to manufacturer’s specifications. The student will learn how to completely disassemble engines and check for manufacturer’s specifications and reassemble. Emphasis will be placed on the proper use of special tools and testing equipment. Upon completion students will be able to explain operating principles of engines, name major parts of engines, work safely in the shop, explain how force work and torque are related to horsepower, define horsepower, list and explain combustion chamber designs, properly run rack, time injectors, adjust values, and adjust governors.
Meeting time and location:

06/05/23 - 06/27/23
Mon, Tue 8a - 1p
Diesel Garage, Room 100
Volt Center
205 First St, New Bern NC 28560

Contact Information

Volt Center
205 First Street
New Bern, NC 28562
252-633-0857

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