Harley-Davidson Overview

Motorcycle Mechanics Institute has been providing Harley-Davidson dealerships with trained technicians for the past 25 years. As the primary source of entry-level technicians, MMI is the foundation of the new breed of highly skilled and educated Harley-Davidson Technicians.

MMI is the only technician training school that offers a Harley-Davidson specific 24-week elective curriculum that is aligned with Harley-Davidson University™.

Students have the opportunity to acquire Harley-Davidson University™ PHD course credit for Vehicle and Chassis Service and Electrical Diagnostics. MMI’s Harley-Davidson training is actively promoted by Harley-Davidson as its primary source for qualified entry-level technicians.

The training includes the opportunity to qualify for advanced placement through the Harley-Davidson Technician Recognition Program.

Credentials

Graduates are credited with 12 months of work experience toward Harley-Davidson’s field recognition program upon graduation and employment in a Harley-Davidson authorized dealership.
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15k


Number of Harley-Davidson graduates from MMI

COURSE OBJECTIVES

What You'll Learn

  • Chassis Service
  • Learn basic service procedures for chassis and suspension components on late-model H-D® vehicles.

  • Electrical Diagnostics
  • Learn how to service and diagnose problems in battery, ignition, starting and charging systems, and utilize dealer test and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot electrical problems on late model Harley-Davidson® motorcycles.

  • Powertrain 1 and 2
  • Disassemble and reassemble air-cooled and liquid-cooled engines to gain familiarity with the systems, including the oil pump and cam compartment.

  • Screamin’ Eagle 1 and 2
  • Learn about the performance-racing applications of components such as cylinder heads, camshafts, ignition systems, and intake and exhaust systems on the Harley-Davidson® Screamin’ Eagle® line of performance options for the Twin Cam and V-Rod® motorcycles.

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629

Number of Harley-Davidson motorcycles available for students training at both MMI campuses combined

Early Model

Six-Week Elective

The Harley-Davidson Early Model elective will provide you with the knowledge and experience necessary to become an entry-level motorcycle technician with an emphasis on the design, repair and maintenance of Harley- Davidson vehicles dating back to 1936.

Engineering, technical and service data comes directly from Harley-Davidson materials. The focus is hands-on experience as students learn to disassemble, repair and maintain early-model Harley-Davidson vehicles.

Early-model motorcycles along with a large variety of component assemblies provide ample exposure to many varieties of early-model H-D products. You’ll study vintage service bulletins as well as special information packets on topics such as model changes, component design changes, adaptability of late-model parts and locating suppliers of obsolete components. The Harley-Davidson Prerequisite and Late Model electives are prerequisites for the Harley-Davidson Early Model elective.

Testimonials

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Phoenix, AZ (MMI)

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Orlando, FL (MMI)

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