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Jump-start your career with Honda-endorsed training that helps you with the skills and experience needed to work on Honda motorcycles, ATVs, motor scooters and power equipment.1
Engine Service: Students will learn the design characteristics of various Honda motorcycle, ATV and SXS engine configurations. They also will learn motorcycle lubrication systems and how to disassemble, inspect, measure and reassemble a motorcycle top end to Honda’s specifications. Honda transmissions will be covered and students will learn the disassembly, inspection, power flow and reassembly procedures of the transmission. Students also will learn how to disassemble, inspect and reassemble Honda motor valve trains, chain drives, motorcycle and scooter clutches, power equipment engines, and cooling systems. Students also will become familiar with Honda’s electronic parts lookup system in this part of portion of the Honda motorcycle mechanic course.
Students will use workstations in the ATV and SXS module to learn all aspects of ATV and SXS servicing, model identification, principles of operation and safety procedures. Students also will learn how to service and maintain steering systems. The suspension system module will teach the latest servicing procedures, including seal replacement on inverted forks, nitrogen/oil shock servicing, Honda brake system servicing and frame component servicing.
Electrical Systems: Students will gain an understanding of Honda wiring diagrams and their interpretation and use on motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and power equipment, including generators. Students will perform the latest troubleshooting procedures on Honda charging, ignition and lighting systems. They also will learn to identify, diagnose and repair Honda charging systems, including half-wave, full-wave and three-phase systems. Students will learn to identify, diagnose and repair Honda ignition systems, including TPI, digital, and AC and DC CDI.
Vehicle Maintenance: Students will learn how to service and maintain Honda motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, SXS and power equipment engines. They also will learn to perform the Honda idle drop procedure and all aspects of vehicle maintenance. Students also will learn about fuel delivery systems, including PGM-FI, mechanical slide and constant velocity carburetors. This module will also cover emission control systems found on Honda street bikes. Up-to-date service bulletin information will be provided during each module to keep students current with what is happening in the field.
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