BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 1
Begin your training by using BMW’s Web-based training system to learn about the history of BMW motorcycles and BMW
Motorrad USA training requirements for technicians. Students also will get familiar with the BMW Motorcycles
model lineup, including model identification, suspension system design, identification and evolution of the antilock
braking system (ABS). They will learn to identify the structure of the vehicle identification number (VIN), locate
the VIN on various motorcycles and identify other labels fund on the motorcycles and main group structure. Also
covered will be an engine service overview and unique model-specific service considerations. Students also will
learn about BMW Motorrad diagnostic equipment technology for service technicians. Also covered will be procedures
for reviewing software status as well as programming and coding procedures.
BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 2
Become familiar with all the skills necessary to service, diagnose and repair modern BMW motorcycles. Students will
learn how to perform the first required service procedures. Students also learn how to set ignition timing the
BMW way, throttle body adjustment, and chain/belt drive service and adjustment procedures. Students then will
progress to more advanced service techniques as they learn how to service and diagnose BMW ABS brake systems.
Students will receive repair orders and go to work on BMW motorcycles just like they would in an actual service
BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 3
Demonstrate your newly acquired knowledge of BMW Motorrad products as you explore the interactive BMW Motorrad technician
prove-out. Students will demonstrate their mastery of what they have learned while experiencing what it will
be like to work in a BMW dealership. Students receive repair orders and go to work on BMW motorcycles just like
they would in an actual service department.
BMW MOTORRAD: SECTION 4
Perform coding and programming on new control modules and update existing software levels to the latest versions.
After reviewing the basics of BMW ignition, charging and starting systems, students will delve deeply into engine
management systems, service and repair. Students will use schematics to assist with diagnosing and troubleshooting
systems problems using a systematic approach. Students also learn about the BMW anti-theft system. Finally, students
will be challenged to troubleshoot actual system problems using the software.