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Learn Car Repair, Maintenance, Automotive one course and be Pro on cars. Build your Garage & start your dream job. 2021

What you will learn

Car Parts and Engine System

Different Engine Types

Electricity Fundamentals

Car Electronic Components

Chassis System and Car Body

Car Suspension System

Buzzers, Relays, Batteries, Switches and other Electronic Components

Microcontrollers

Camber and Castle Angle, Toi-in and Toe-out

Transmission Fundamentals

Manual, Automatic and CVT Transmission

Electronic Circuits

Electrical Control Unit (ECU) Inspecting and Hacking

Car Spark Plugs

Building your Car Repair Shop

Car Oil Change

Reprogramming Key Immobilizer

ECU Tuning

Car Fluid Check

Car Exhaust System

Chip Tunning Stages

Car Brake System

Working With CAN Bus

Can BUS Fundamentals

Can Fuzzing

OBD II / OBD 2 Diagnostics

Car Turbo

Car Key Programming with IM600

Car Key Programming with PC / OBD2

ECU Firmware Backup with KTAG

Car Lighting System

Opening your own GARAGE

and Lots of other Awesome Lectures —>

Description

*Printable online certificate available upon completion of course*

One of the things that I find most interesting about automotive technology is how it advances and changes. It is also interesting that ideas from many years ago often return to favour. In this course I have therefore concentrated on core technologies, in other words how the technology works, rather than giving too many examples from specific vehicles. However, I have included some examples of Formula 1 technology, arguably the pinnacle of automotive engineering. Did you know that the 2011 McLaren MP4-26 F1 car is made of 11500 components? And that’s counting the engine as one!

  • Why Every Car Technician Should Know Electricity in Cars ?

In the past it was possible for technicians to work their entire careers and be able to almost completely avoid the vehicle’s electrical systems. They would specialize in engines, steering/suspension, or brakes. Today there is not a system on the vehicle that is immune to the role of electrical circuits. Engine controls, electronic suspension systems, and antilock brakes are common on today’s vehicles. Even electrical systems that were once thought of as being simple have evolved to computer controls. Headlights are now pulse-width modulated using highside drivers and will automatically brighten and dim based on the light intensity of oncoming traffic. Today’s vehicles are equipped with twenty or more computers, laser-guided cruise control, sonar park assist, infrared climate control, fiber optics, and radio frequency transponders and decoders. Simple systems have become more computer reliant.

Even the tires have computers involved, with the addition of tire pressure monitoring systems!

Today’s technician must possess a full and complete electrical background to be able to succeed. The future will provide great opportunities for those technicians who have prepared themselves properly.

  • Car Tuning

Cars are literally the vehicles by which we see the world, and by which the world sees us. Second in value only to the homes in which we live, cars are the reflection of who we are when we are in transit — out in the world commuting to work or having fun on the weekend. They are also the closet bond most people ever form with a machine. We think a movement, and the car translates that thought, that impulse, into action. The car becomes an extension of ourselves. Few things are as often mutually desired and accessible as an automobile. With that possession comes opportunity, as some folks see it, to do something different. Something cool. As cars become more and more alike with each passing model year, the drive for owners to individualize them grows increasingly stronger. We want to feel something towards our cars.

  • Car ECU Hacking and Tuning

This Chapter of our Course walks you through what it takes to hack a vehicle. We begin with an overview of the policies surrounding vehicle security and then delve in to how to check whether your vehicle is secure and how to find vulnerabilities in more sophisticated hardware systems.

The automotive industry has churned out some amazing vehicles, with complicated electronics and computer systems, but it has released little information about what makes those systems work. Once you understand how a vehicle’s network works and how it communicates within its own system and outside of it, you’ll be better able to diagnose and troubleshoot problems.

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Language

Content

Introduction

The Role of Electricity in Automobiles

Car Parts and Engine System

Anti-Theft and Car Security Systems

Car Computers

Car Starting System


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Car Charging

Car Lightning System

Understanding Electiricty

Electricity Fundamentals

Conductors and Isulators

Current

AC & DC

Ampere

Watt (Power)

Voltage

Car Electronic Components and Wiring

Electrical Components Introduction

Batteries

Blade Fuses

Buzzers

Relays

Resistors

Switches

Microcontrollers

Chassis and Car Body

Wheel and Tyres

Brakes

Suspension

Camber and Castel Angle, Toe-in and Toe-out

Steering

Automobile Transmission

Transmission Fundamentals

Transmission Clutch

Manual Transmission

Automatic Transmission

CVT Transmission

Diagnostics

OBD II Port

ELM327

ECU Hacking

ECU Fundamentals

ECU Power Management

Automobile Sensors

Automobile BOSCH ECU Inside

CAN Bus Fundamentals

CAN Fuzzing

Brand tools vs Manual Hacking & J2534

Troubles and Solutions when working with ECU and CAN Bus

Car Key & Immo Programming

How Immobilizer Works

Key Programming in Action & Overview IM600