Mercedes Benz Technical Training Cv[1]

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TECHNICAL TRAINING CV

5

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

5

T0290F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Gaseous Fuel Vehicles • Certificate of Competence • Go T0208F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Fundamentals of Automotive Engineering • Go T0212F • Trucks, Vans • Mercedes-Benz Product Technology - Maintenance and Service • Go T0136F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Chassis • Go T0265F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Drive • Go T0297F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Mechanical engine components • Go T0298F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Engine Combustion • Go T0299F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Mechanics, Hydraulics and Pneumatics • Go T0222F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level I • Go T0223F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level II • Go T0224F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level III • Go T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go T0180F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level II • Run T0139F • Trucks • Axor2 Road Vehicles • Go T0146F • Trucks • Actros Road Vehicle • Go T0140F • Trucks • Atego2 Distributor Vehicle • Go T0442F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Overall Vehicle • Go T0120F • Trucks • Market launch training for new trucks for long-distance haulage • Go T0107E • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Transport • e-Training • Go T0415F • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Transport • Go T0422F • Trucks • The New Star of Long-Distance Transport • On-Board Electrical System and System Network for Body Manufacturers • Run T0108E • Trucks • New Atego Generation • e-Training • Go

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Overall Vehicle - Maintenance

27

T0217F • Trucks, Vans • Maintenance Service • Basic Training • Go

27

Overall Vehicle - On-board Electrical System, Bus System

28

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go T0244F • Trucks • On-Board Electrical Systems, System Networking, Instrumentation • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run T0418F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • On-board electrical systems, system networking, instrumentation • Run T0154F • Trucks • ECONIC Distribution and Waste Disposal Vehicle • Run

28

Overall Vehicle - Workshop Management and Service Advisors

32

T0147F • Trucks • Product Technology for Service Advisors • Run T0234F • Trucks • Product Technology in Comfort Systems, On-Board Electrical System and Telematics • Run T0414E • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Haulage • AKUBIS® direct special Final Test • Go

32

Stand 12/2011

2

25 26

29 30 31

33 34

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

35

T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go 35 T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run 36 T0012F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run 37 T0028F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run 38 T0029F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • Run 39 T0030F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Chassis • Run 40 T0013F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Test Preparation • Run 41 T0014F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Test • Go 42 T0015F • Trucks, Vans • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Further Training • Fly 43 Drive Train

44

T0160F • Trucks • Qualification Program for Drivetrain System Technicians • Run T0046E • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • e-Initial Test • Run T0301F • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • Run T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go T0271F • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, AGS • Run T0269F • Trucks • Transmission Management • GS, EAS, Mercedes PowerShift • Run T0163F • Trucks • Mercedes Benz Natural Gas Engine OM 906 LAG • Run T0429F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Natural Gas Engine OM 906 LAG • Run T0266F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Range-Change Transmission • Run T0086E • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • e-Training • Go T0294F • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model series 900, 457, 500 • Run T0293F • Trucks • Mechanical Engine Components Repair • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • Run T0103E • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart, FUSO • High-Voltage Systems in Motor Vehicles – Awareness • e-Training • Go T0001F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart, FUSO • High-Voltage Qualification for Motor Vehicles • Go T0137F • Trucks • Atego • BlueTEC HYBRID • Go T0101E • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Engine Management BR 471 • e-Training • Go T0295F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Engine Management BR 471 • Run T0296F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Transmission Management with Automated Shift • Run

44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

Chassis and Active Safety

63

T0142F • Trucks, Vans • Vehicle Alignment • Go T0151F • Trucks • Air Brake Systems • Go T0186F • Trucks • Testing of current Mercedes-Benz truck brake systems for motor vehicle appraisers • Go T0045E • Trucks • Telligent® Brake System BS2 • e-Initial Test • Run T0150F • Trucks • Telligent® Brake System BS2 • Run T0149F • Trucks • Telligent® Level Control System • Run T0193F • Trucks • System diagnosis of Telligent® brake and level control systems • New features/modifications • Fly

63 64 65 66 67 68

Stand 12/2011

3

56 57 59 60 61 62

69

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

70

T0092E • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Air Conditioning Systems Basic Training • e-Training • Go T0239F • Trucks • Heating and Climate Control • Run T0282F • Trucks • Cab, Interior Equipment, Seats • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run T0243F • Trucks • Drive Authorization and Locking Systems • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run T0419F • Trucks • The New Long-Distance Truck • Drive Authorization and Locking Systems DAS3 • Run T0176F • Trucks • Heating, Climate Control and Cab, Interior Equipment • New Long-Distance Truck • New Features/Modifications • Fly

70 71 72 73 74 75

Telecommunications

76

T0091E • Trucks, Vans • Fundamentals of Telematics • e-Training • Go T0249F • Trucks, Vans • Telematics • Run T0232F • Trucks • Telematics • Fly T0105E • Trucks, Vans • FleetBoard • e-Training • Go T0238F • Trucks, Vans • FleetBoard • Internet Application • Run T0233F • Trucks, Vans • FleetBoard • Fly T0175F • Trucks • Telecommunications • New Long-Distance Truck • New Features/Modifications • Fly

76 77 78 79 80 81 82

Bodywork

83

T0280F • Trucks • Small Repairs • Cosmetic Repairs and Repairs of Minor Damage • Go

83

FUSO Canter

84

T0031E • FUSO • Canter • Engine Training • e-Initial Test • Run T0196F • FUSO • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Go T0197F • FUSO • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Go T0198F • FUSO • Canter • Euro 5 Engine Training for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic Systems (Star Diagnosis) • Run T0199F • FUSO • Canter • Euro 5 Engine Training for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run T0194F • FUSO • Canter • Electrical/Electronic Systems and On-Board Electrical System for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Run T0195F • FUSO • Canter • Electrical systems/electronics and on-board electrical system for companies with the Multi Use Tester (MUT 3) diagnostic system. • Run T0510F • FUSO • Parameterization of the Engine Control Unit on the Canter Euro 5 • Operations with the Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run

84

Stand 12/2011

85 86 87 88 89 90 91

4

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0290F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Gaseous Fuel Vehicles • Certificate of Competence • Go

Course Number

T0290F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant > Knows the basic components, the design and function of mono- and bivalent gas systems and gas engines in Mercedes-Benz vehicles > Can implement safety precautions important for working on the gas systems of these vehicles > Can apply the legal requirements in practice > Can test for leaks in the system > Is able to perform repair work on vehicles with gaseous fuel engines

Contents

> Differences between natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas, risk potential > Product overview of Mercedes-Benz vehicles with gaseous fuel engines > Legal basis and regulations > Information on protective equipment/accident prevention > Design of various monovalent and bivalent gas systems > Measures to be taken prior to performing repairs on gas systems > Practical section, definition and function of components and performance of a leak test

Optional prerequisite

Basic knowledge of engine technology, ignitions, and mixture formation

Training Depth

Go

Note

This training course will conclude with a final test. On successful completion, the participant receives a certificate that certifies the qualification/professional competence required by work safety and accident prevention regulations.

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 70%, Practice30%

5

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0208F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Fundamentals of Automotive Engineering • Go

Course Number

T0208F-AA

Target group

Salesperson

Objectives

The participant can > Name all the current Mercedes-Benz model series and their main features > Describe the various types of drives and chassis and their major assemblies and components > Explain why maintenance work and inspections are necessary > Differentiate between replacement parts that are or are not related to wear

Contents

> Model diversity and body construction types > Wheels and tires > Wheel suspension, springs and damping > Steering types > Brake circuits and systems > Types of drives (engines, clutches, transmissions and shafts) > Mixture formation in gasoline and diesel engines > Differentiating between components and wear parts that are or are not relevant for maintenance

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed the CBTs "Welcome to Daimler", Part 1 (order no. 1290 4051) and "Welcome to Daimler", Part 2 (order no. 1290 4052).

Training Depth

Go

Note

This training course offers front-end employees who do not have a technical education the background knowledge they need to discuss technical automotive matters (such as what's on the bill) with customers.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 75%, Practice25%

6

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0212F • Trucks, Vans • Mercedes-Benz Product Technology - Maintenance and Service • Go

Course Number

T0212F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Name the various Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle model series and say which major assemblies and systems are found in each > Name and operate the systems required for carrying out maintenance and repair work > Carry out the different maintenance work according to the maintenance procedures

Contents

> Overview of Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle models > Innovations > Vehicle documentation and vehicle data card > Design group overview and logic > Symbols in the documentation > Significance and use of Specifications for Operating Fluids > Flat rates and standard texts > Need for maintenance > Design and function of the maintenance systems (Telligent® maintenance system) > Telligent® brake system (BS)

Training Depth

Go

Note

The design and the operation/function of the individual maintenance systems and items are specifically worked on in the practical work. The content of this course is a prerequisite for safely and effectively performing maintenance work on Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles as a maintenance technician, aided by the applicable service information.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

7

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0136F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Chassis • Go

Course Number

T0136F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Distinguish between the different types of bodywork and state their properties concerning vehicle safety > Name all components and parts of the chassis, particularly of the axle suspension, brake systems, steering system and wheels & tires, and explain their functions > Appreciate the necessity of carefully performed maintenance and repair work given specific knowledge of components and systems > Properly perform simple repairs and maintenance work on the chassis

Contents

> > > > > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course conveys the tasks and functions of all components installed on the chassis. The target group of this course consists of trainees, semiskilled employees without automotive training and people reentering the industry. The content of this course is presupposed for performing maintenance and repair work on all chassis components, in particular the brake system, reliably and effectively as a maintenance technician, with the aid of the applicable service information.

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Vehicle body and body forms Vehicle safety Paintwork Vehicle dynamics, suspension and damping Suspension and wheel position Wheels and tires Steering and steering types Brake systems and their modes of operation Practical work Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

8

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0265F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Drive • Go

Course Number

T0265F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Name all components of the drivetrain and explain their function > Properly perform simple repairs and maintenance work on the drivetrain > Appreciate the necessity of carefully performed maintenance and repair work given specific knowledge of components and systems

Contents

> > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course explains the tasks and functions of all components involved in the drivetrain. The target group of this course consists of trainees, semiskilled employees without automotive training and people reentering the industry. The content of this course is presupposed for performing maintenance and repair work on drivetrain components reliably and effectively as a maintenance technician, with the aid of the applicable service information.

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Various types of drives Various clutch systems Manual transmission, transfer case, planetary gear system, differential Torque converter Drive shafts and joints Practical work Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

9

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0297F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Mechanical engine components • Go

Course Number

T0297F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Name the basic design of all engine types and explain their operation > Properly perform simple repairs and maintenance work on the engine > Appreciate the necessity of carefully performed maintenance and repair work given specific knowledge of components and systems

Contents

> > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course explains the tasks and functions of mechanical engine components. The target group of this course consists of trainees, semiskilled employees without automotive training and people reentering the industry. The content of this course is presupposed for performing maintenance and repair work on drivetrain components reliably and effectively as a maintenance technician, with the aid of the applicable service information.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Combustion engine, functioning and components Differences between gasoline engine and diesel engine Principles of operation Lubrication and cooling systems Workshop operations Practical work Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

10

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0298F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Engine Combustion • Go

Course Number

T0298F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Name and explain all components for mixture formation and exhaust aftertreatment > Name the basic design of all engine types and explain their operation > Properly perform simple repairs and maintenance work on the engine > Appreciate the necessity of carefully performed maintenance and repair work given specific knowledge of components and systems

Contents

> > > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course explains the tasks and functions of mixture formation in gasoline and diesel engines and their peripheral systems. The target group of this course consists of trainees, semiskilled employees without automotive training and people reentering the industry. The content of this course is presupposed for performing maintenance and repair work on drivetrain components reliably and effectively as a maintenance technician, with the aid of the applicable service information.

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mixture formation Mixture formation and injection systems in gasoline engines Diesel engine injection systems Ignition systems Exhaust aftertreatment and emissions minimization Peripheral systems Practical work Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

11

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0299F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Mechanics, Hydraulics and Pneumatics • Go

Course Number

T0299F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Name and apply basic physical concepts and (measuring) units of mechanics, hydraulics and pneumatics > Name and operate the usual measuring instruments and tools

Contents

> > > > > > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course conveys a basic knowledge of physics, (dimensional) units and concepts encountered by maintenance technicians in their everyday work. The target group of this course consists of trainees, semiskilled employees without automotive training and people reentering the industry. The content of this course is presupposed for performing maintenance and repair work reliably and effectively as a maintenance technician, with the aid of the applicable service information.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mechanical fundamentals Basic physical concepts and units of measure Various types of materials Operating fluids and auxiliary materials Connections Bearings and seals Hydraulics and pneumatics Testing equipment Tools and workshop operations Practical work Method

Theorie 80%, Practice20%

12

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0222F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level I • Go

Course Number

T0222F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Name the basic electrical variables and their relationship to one another (Ohm's law) > Name the basic electrical components in the vehicle and describe their functions > Independently conduct measurements on the vehicle with the aid of the workshop literature and a multimeter

Contents

> > > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

Completion of the CBTs on "Underlying Principles of Electrics, Part I and Part II" and "Wiring Diagrams Part I".

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course is the first level of the Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle electrical system basic qualification series, consisting of three 2-day face-to-face training courses (see the qualification pathway for maintenance technicians) and several CBTs.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Conductivity of materials Voltage types Basic electrical variables Ohm's law Electricity hazards Circuit types and their properties Terminal designations Testing electrical components Practical work

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

13

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0223F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level II • Go

Course Number

T0223F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Accurately apply current Mercedes-Benz test and measuring equipment, service literature and the Workshop Information System (WIS) for maintenance, diagnosis and repairs > Carry out test, adjustment and repair work using digital multimeters, Star Diagnosis, including HMS Measurement Technology, oscilloscope and the Diagnosis Assistance System (DAS) on electrical systems in commercial vehicles

Contents

> > > > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has worked through the CBTs "Passenger Car Wiring Diagrams" (order no. 1290 4749) "Electrical Machines" (order no. 1290 4015 ) and attended basic training course "T0222F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level I • Go".

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course is the second level of the Mercedes-Benz commercial-vehicle electrical system training, consisting of three 2-day face-to-face training courses (see the training for maintenance technicians) and several CBTs.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Electrical formulas Control and regulation Oscilloscope Sensors and their signal forms AC and DC voltage Pulse width modulation Diagnosis and networking Fault types Testing electrical components Practical work

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

14

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0224F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level III • Go

Course Number

T0224F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Independently select and confidently use the right measurement and testing equipment for the current fault > Describe the design and function of the various sensors and actuators and name and apply the corresponding measuring and testing options > Reliably recognize and eliminate resistance and discontinuities in electrical lines and connections > Perform results oriented troubleshooting on electrical and electronic components

Contents

> > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has worked through CBTs "The Fundamentals of Sensors" (order no. 1290 4738 ) and "Sensors in Practice" (1290 4739) and attended the following basic training courses: > T0222F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level I • Go and > T0223F • Commercial Vehicle Electrical System • Level II - Go or has equivalent, wellfounded technical knowledge

Training Depth

Go

Note

This course is the third level of the Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle electrical system basic qualification series, consisting of three 2-day face-to-face training courses (see the qualification pathway for maintenance technicians) and several CBTs.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Checking and laying out electrical lines and connections Adapting existing vehicle systems to fit individual customer requests Analog and digital sensors and actuators and their areas of application Inputs and outputs of various control units and their testing and measurement options Design and function of electrical and electronic circuits and their use in motor vehicles Conversion of analog signals to digital signals Basic functions and types of data transfer Practical work

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

15

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go

Course Number

T0179F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Operate Star Diagnosis, including the individual components of the hardware and software > Independently implement the regular updates according to requirements > Use Star Diagnosis on Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles for simple tests, control unit parameterization, reading out fault memory and troubleshooting

Contents

> Individual Star Diagnosis components, hardware design > User interface and fundamentals for all Star Diagnosis software programs > Update process and procedures, installation options > Application of the individual Diagnosis Assistance System (DAS), Workshop Information System (WIS), and StarUtilities programs > Practical application of Star Diagnosis for carrying out simple troubleshooting on current Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles

Optional prerequisite

Attended training course "T0222F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level I • Go", or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

16

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0180F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level II • Run

Course Number

T0180F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Implement possible solutions to current application problems > Implement the basic procedure during diagnosis/troubleshooting and SCN coding > Use the individual Star Diagnosis programs DAS and HMS 990 Measurement Technology to perform targeted diagnoses/troubleshooting > Use and operate the HMS 990 Measurement Technology (particularly the universal oscilloscope) efficiently and reliably when testing electrical components, sensors, and actuators

Contents

> Exchange of experience and comparison of knowledge participants have gained in the practical use of Star Diagnosis, including all individual components > Making effective use of the networked Star Diagnosis with DAS, HMS 990 and SD Media programs for targeted diagnosis in the current commercial vehicle model series > Operating and applying HMS 990 Measurement Technology to perform measurements on the components, sensors and actuators in electrical systems, focusing on the use of the universal oscilloscope > Basic approach to troubleshooting/diagnosis

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed basic training course "T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go" and "T0222F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level I • Go" or has equivalent knowledge of commercial vehicle electrical systems.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go T0223F • Trucks, Vans • Electrical System • Level II • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

The training is a part of cross-system competence training for repair and system technicians

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

17

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0139F • Trucks • Axor2 Road Vehicles • Go

Course Number

T0139F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can apply knowledge of the latest product, diagnostic and repair technology during simple maintenance, test and repair operations on the drivetrain and chassis.

Contents

> General Axor2 product technology > Basic design and function: - Vehicle networking - Commercial vehicle electrical systems - Telligent® maintenance system - Telligent® brake system - Telligent® level control - Telligent® gearshift - PowerShift - Hydraulic-pneumatic power shift - Current transmission model series - Model series 900 and 457 engines > Using the service literature > Operating the on-board diagnostic system > Adjusting the steering > General maintenance and repair work > Diagnosing and remedying minor malfunctions using the service literature and current diagnostic systems

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed training course "T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go" and training course "X0164F • WIS/ASRA for Parts Specialists • Module 2.1 • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

18

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0146F • Trucks • Actros Road Vehicle • Go

Course Number

T0146F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Explain the maintenance and operation of the ACTROS and describe the basic new features > Apply knowledge of the latest product, diagnostic and repair technology as part of simple maintenance, test and repair operations on the drivetrain and chassis

Contents

> General ACTROS product technology > Design and function: - KontAct vehicle networking - Commercial vehicle electrical systems - Telligent® maintenance system - Telligent® brake system 2 - Telligent® level control - Telligent® gearshift - Current transmission model series - Model series 500 engines > Using the service literature > Operating the on-board diagnostic system > Adjusting the steering > Retrofitting electrical consumers > General maintenance and repair work > Diagnosing and remedying minor faults using the service literature and current diagnostic systems

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed training course NSD1-LX210 (Trucks and Vans - STAR DIAGNOSIS - Basic Training) and MWIS-NA451 (Workshop Information System WIS - Basic Training) or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

4,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

19

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0140F • Trucks • Atego2 Distributor Vehicle • Go

Course Number

T0140F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can apply knowledge of the latest product, diagnostic and repair technology during simple maintenance, test and repair operations on the drivetrain and chassis.

Contents

> General Atego2 product technology > Basic design and function: - Vehicle networking - Commercial vehicle electrical systems - Telligent® automatic gearshift - Telligent® brake system - Telligent® level control - Transmissions G56 to G131 - Model series 900 engine > Using the service literature > Operating the on-board diagnostic system > Adjusting the steering > General maintenance and repair work on the Atego2 > Diagnosing and remedying minor malfunctions using the service literature and current diagnostic systems

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed training course "T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go" and training course "X0164F • WIS/ASRA for Parts Specialists • Module 2.1 • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

20

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0442F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Overall Vehicle • Go

Course Number

T0442F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Operate the new systems in the vehicles and explain how they work > Perform initial repair work on the new systems in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications > Perform the initial diagnostic steps required to repair the systems

Contents

Procedures for repair work: > Functions of the new systems: drivetrain, comfort, drive authorization, safety and telecommunication > Operation of these systems > Maintenance and repair > Diagnosis/Xentry > Special considerations for service

Mandatory prerequisite

T0095E • Trucks • New features for long-distance haulage • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 20%, Practice80%

21

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0120F • Trucks • Market launch training for new trucks for long-distance haulage • Go

Course Number

T0120F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Operate the new systems in the vehicles and explain how they work > Perform initial repair work on the new systems in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions > Perform the initial diagnostic steps required to repair the systems

Contents

Procedures for repair work: > Functions of the new systems: drivetrain, comfort, drive authorization, safety and telecommunication > Operation of these systems > Maintenance and repair > Diagnosis/Xentry > Special features for service

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 20%, Practice80%

22

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0107E • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Transport • e-Training • Go

Course Number

T0107E-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the innovations made to the most important technical systems, components and major assemblies > Communicate innovations in a customer-focused manner

Contents

Description of the individual systems and an overview of the location, design and basic functions of the technical innovations, including: > Engines > Exhaust aftertreatment > Gearshift equipment and clutch systems > Vehicle electrical components, on-board electrical system and networking > Comfort and passive safety systems > Telecommunications > Retrofits and accessories

Training Depth

Go

Note

This e-Training is preparation for the training course "New Truck for Distribution Transport".

Duration

1,5 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

23

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0415F • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Transport • Go

Course Number

T0415F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Operate the new systems in the vehicles and explain how they work > Perform initial repair work on the new systems in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications > Perform the initial diagnostic steps required to repair the systems

Contents

Procedures for repair work: > Functions of the new systems: drivetrain, comfort, drive authorization, safety and telecommunication > Operation of these systems > Maintenance and repair > Diagnosis/Xentry > Special considerations for service

Mandatory prerequisite

T0107E • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Transport • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 20%, Practice80%

24

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0422F • Trucks • The New Star of Long-Distance Transport • On-Board Electrical System and System Network for Body Manufacturers • Run

Course Number

T0422F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the basic design and most important functions of the system network in the on-board electrical system of The New Star of Long-Distance Transport > Properly network the body and vehicle systems with each other. > Parameterize power take-off functions

Contents

> On-board electrical system design, control unit networking and module functions (SAM, CGW) > Design and function of modular switch panel in interior compartment > Retrofitting individual consumers and additional lamps, picking off important voltages and signals > Parameterization of power take-off functions > Use of existing preinstallations (e.g. telephone, radio, etc.) and telematics interface

Optional prerequisite

Knowledge of the on-board electrical system and basic knowledge of the PSM.

Training Depth

Run

Note

Participants can refresh their knowledge using the CBT programs "Parameterizable Special Modules, Parts 1-2" and "Controller Area Network (CAN)".

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

25

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Fundamentals

Title

T0108E • Trucks • New Atego Generation • e-Training • Go

Course Number

T0108E-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the innovations made to the most important technical systems, components and major assemblies > Communicate innovations in a customer-focused manner

Contents

Description of the individual systems and an overview of the location, design and basic functions of the technical innovations, including: > Engines > Exhaust aftertreatment > Gearshift equipment and clutch systems > Vehicle electrical components, on-board electrical system and networking > Comfort and passive safety systems > Telecommunications > Retrofits and accessories

Training Depth

Go

Note

This e-Training is preparation for the training course "New Atego Generation".

Duration

1,5 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

26

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Maintenance

Title

T0217F • Trucks, Vans • Maintenance Service • Basic Training • Go

Course Number

T0217F-AA

Target group

Maintenance Technician

Objectives

The participant is familiar with: > The procedure for reliably performing maintenance services on Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles > All of the documentation necessary for a maintenance service (MS sheets, MS manuals, WIS, TIPS, etc.) > How important it is to the customer that maintenance services have been performed properly > The importance and function of various Telligent® maintenance systems The maintenance service training courses offered by AutomotiveTraining are intended to relieve you during your daily work. We make sure that your team is always up to date on maintenance service topics.

Contents

> > > > > > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

The certificate which is issued can be submitted to the MBVD as proof of maintenance service training. According to the specifications of the Mercedes-Benz maintenance service training handbook, employees who carry out maintenance services should take part in a basic maintenance service training course every 3 years and an advanced maintenance service training course on new features/modifications and new models each year.

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Service objectives (zero-error target) Maintenance service quality - what does this mean? Sequence of maintenance services and instructions for implementation Use of maintenance service literature Special features of new vehicle models Service measures and their processing Importance of external appearance (what does the customer see?) Maintenance services and their importance for customer satisfaction Importance of workshop tests Workshop quality handbook Method

Theorie 80%, Practice20%

27

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - On-board Electrical System, Bus System

Title

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go

Course Number

T0004F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Describe the concept and purpose of a diagnostic strategy > Develop a simple, multi-brand diagnostic strategy based on the five-level model > Apply the current brand-specific diagnostic aids and interpret their results > Describe fault types and their effects

Contents

> > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has good knowledge of Star Diagnosis or has taken part in the "PSD2 • Passenger Cars • STAR DIAGNOSIS Level II • Run" or "NSD2 • Trucks, Vans • STAR DIAGNOSIS Level II • Run" trainings.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

4,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Diagnosis according to the five-level model Faults and fault types Application of the brand-specific diagnostic aids (DAS,...) Practical work on guided diagnosis Evaluation of on-board diagnosis Fault diagnosis with stored and non-stored fault codes

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

28

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - On-board Electrical System, Bus System

Title

T0244F • Trucks • On-Board Electrical Systems, System Networking, Instrumentation • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run

Course Number

T0244F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design of on-board electrical systems, the CAN technology used and the related basic functions in the Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 > Describe the functions and interactions of the various subsystems, including their sensors and actuators, and conduct diagnostic operations on them > Describe the design and function of current instruments and parameterize them > Connect accessories correctly to the new on-board electrical system

Contents

> On-board electrical system architecture and CAN technology in the current Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 truck model series > Strategies and practical procedures to follow when diagnosing complex electrical and electronic systems > By means of fault simulation and appropriate diagnostic operations, familiarization with the interplay and typical interactions of the various subsystems through practical work > Work through current topics and diagnostic cases

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed the CBT programs "Controller Area Network (Passenger Cars and Commercial Vehicles) Part 1 - Fundamentals" (order no. 1290 4716) and "Actros Network - Parts 1-2" (order no. 1290 4330/ 31). In addition to this, he/she has very good knowledge about electrical and electronic systems and has attended the training course "T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go". The participant is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, incl. HMS 990.

Training Depth

Run

Note

Participants can test and refresh their knowledge using the CBT program "Wiring Diagrams" Parts 1-3 (order no. 1290 4722/ 23 and 1290 4312). The content of this training is directed at system/repair technicians with little experience in on-board electrical systems.

Duration

4,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 40%, Practice60%

29

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - On-board Electrical System, Bus System

Title

T0418F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • On-board electrical systems, system networking, instrumentation • Run

Course Number

T0418F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Describe the design of on-board electrical systems, the CAN technology used and the related basic functions in the new long-distance truck > Describe the functions and interaction between the different subsystems and perform diagnosis work on these components > Describe the design and function of the current instrumentation > Connect accessories correctly to the new on-board electrical system

Contents

> On-board electrical system architecture and CAN technology in the new long-distance truck > Strategies and practical procedures to follow when diagnosing complex electrical and electronic systems > By means of fault simulation and appropriate diagnostic operations, familiarization with the interplay and typical interactions of the various subsystems through practical work > Work through current topics and diagnostic cases

Optional prerequisite

The participant has worked through e-Training "T0095E • Trucks • The Latest News in Long-Distance Transport • e-Training • Go", and the CBT programs "Controller Area Network (Passenger Cars and Commercial Vehicles) Part 1 - Fundamentals" (order no. 1290 4716) and "Actros Networking" Parts 1-2 (1290 4330/ 31). He/she further possesses excellent knowledge of electrical and electronic systems. The participant is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, incl. HMS 990.

Training Depth

Run

Note

Participants can test and refresh their knowledge using the CBT program "Wiring Diagrams" Parts 1-3 (order no. 1290 4722/ 23 and 1290 4312). The content of this training is directed at repair technicians with little experience in on-board electrical systems.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

30

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - On-board Electrical System, Bus System

Title

T0154F • Trucks • ECONIC Distribution and Waste Disposal Vehicle • Run

Course Number

T0154F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can apply knowledge of the latest product, diagnostic and repair technologies while performing maintenance, test and repair work.

Contents

> General product technology > Cab/equipment > Vehicle networking - PSM - Body manufacturer interfaces > Design, function, maintenance and checking of: - Hydrostatic cooling system - Folding door - Telligent® auxiliary steering (ZL) - Electropneumatic door control - Allison automatic transmission 3000/4000 GNE4 > Function test/bleeding the hydraulic system of the auxiliary steering [ZL] > Pneumatic brake system and Telligent® level control (NR) > Diagnosing and remedying minor malfunctions using the service literature and current diagnostic systems

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed basic training course "T0146F • Trucks • Actros Road Vehicle • Go" or "T0139F • Trucks • Axor2 Road Vehicle • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 40%, Practice60%

31

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Workshop Management and Service Advisors

Title

T0147F • Trucks • Product Technology for Service Advisors • Run

Course Number

T0147F-AA

Target group

Service Advisor

Objectives

The participant can > Identify the causes of vehicle complaints in Actros, Axor and Atego vehicles through targeted customer interviews, vehicle checks and fault symptom descriptions, and prepare efficient diagnosis for the workshop > Read out the malfunctions/faults in the vehicle with the help of the on-board diagnosis system > Broadly describe the design and function of vehicle networking > Describe the design and function of the maintenance system and make adjustments > Introduce measures for rectification of vehicle complaints with the help of the technical workshop literature (WIS/TIPS) > Describe the new technical features/modifications in the Actros, Axor and Atego

Contents

> General vehicle technology in Actros, Axor and Atego > Service reception and diagnostic process, and information transfer to the workshop > Design and function of the vehicle network > Design and function of complex special equipment > Changing/resetting service-relevant parameters in the maintenance system (WS) > Working with technical workshop literature (WIS/TIPS) > New technical features/modifications and the latest service measures for the Actros, Axor and Atego

Optional prerequisite

The participant is a service advisor. He/she has completed basic training course "T0146F • Trucks • Actros Road Vehicle • Go" or "T0139F • Trucks • Axor2 Road Vehicle • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

32

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Workshop Management and Service Advisors

Title

T0234F • Trucks • Product Technology in Comfort Systems, On-Board Electrical System and Telematics • Run

Course Number

T0234F-AA

Target group

Service Advisor

Objectives

The participant can > Identify the causes of vehicle complaints in ACTROS, AXOR and ATEGO vehicles through targeted customer interviews, vehicle checks and fault symptom descriptions, and prepare efficient diagnosis for the workshop > Read out the malfunctions/faults in the vehicle with the help of the on-board diagnosis system > Broadly describe the design and function of vehicle networking > Describe the design and function of the comfort systems and make adjustments > Describe the design and function of the telematics systems and operate the various devices > Introduce measures for rectification of vehicle complaints with the help of the technical workshop literature (WIS/TIPS) > Describe the new technical features/modifications in the new ACTROS, AXOR2 and ATEGO2 > Name the current service measures and describe the required tasks

Contents

> Design and function of the comfort systems in Actros, Axor and Atego > Design and operation of the telematics systems in Actros, Axor and Atego > Service reception and diagnostic process, as well as information transfer to the workshop > Design and function of the vehicle network > Notes and tips on special equipment and retrofits > New technical features/modifications and the latest service measures for the new Actros, Axor2, and Atego2 > Tips on design groups > Exchange of experience and example cases brought along by the participants

Optional prerequisite

The participant is a service advisor and has basic knowledge of our truck product range.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

33

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Workshop Management and Service Advisors

Title

T0414E • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Haulage • AKUBIS® direct special Final Test • Go

Course Number

T0414E-AA

Target group

Service Advisor

Objectives

The participant can prove that he/she took part in the AKUBIS® direct special broadcast "New Truck for Distribution Transport". Participation is documented in his/her training history.

Contents

Test questions are from the AKUBIS® direct special broadcast. You will be informed of the broadcast dates in a separate letter.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0107E • Trucks • New Truck for Distribution Transport • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Go

Note

The participant will need Internet/intranet access (SabaWeb) for this test.

Duration

1,0 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

34

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go

Course Number

T0011F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

> Knowledge and skills of participants are ascertained > An individual qualification plan is prepared > Participants and the dealership are informed of the individual qualification path

Contents

Theoretical test in the areas of: > Electrical system > Drivetrain > Chassis > Communication > Order writing > Assistance systems Practical test: > Diagnostic work on comfort, drivetrain and chassis systems

Training Depth

Go

Note

The test is a part of the qualification series to become a Certified Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic Technician.

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 10%, Practice90%

35

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run

Course Number

T0005F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Develop a complex diagnosis strategy for all brands based on the five-levels model and complaint analysis > Prepare complaint-related orders or order extensions > Develop a troubleshooting tree > Implement complex troubleshooting strategies > Prepare documentation that will satisfy an audit

Contents

> > > > > >

Mandatory prerequisite

T0003F • Passenger Cars • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

One of the specified initial tests is to be considered a mandatory prerequisite. The training course is part of the qualification series to become a Certified Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic Technician.

Duration

4,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Complex diagnosis according to the five-levels model Complaint analysis Consolidating knowledge on the use of brand-specific diagnostic aids (DAS,...) Practical work/diagnosis based on fault symptoms and specified/actual values Evaluating the on-board diagnosis Fault diagnosis with stored and non-stored fault codes

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

36

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0012F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run

Course Number

T0012F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Plan and efficiently perform troubleshooting on the current vehicle systems with the help of the levels model > Describe the fundamentals of the PSM and carry out basic parameterization

Contents

> Networking in Vito/Viano, Sprinter and Actros > Tasks of SAM, electronic ignition switch and overhead control panel in Vito/Viano/Sprinter > Tasks of the base, front and rear module in the Actros > Turn signal control in Vito/Viano, Sprinter and Actros > Tasks of the trailer connection unit in Vito/Viano > Development of signal paths > Fundamentals of the PSM in Vito/Viano, Sprinter and Actros > Troubleshooting according to the levels model

Mandatory prerequisite

T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

The training is a part of the qualification series for becoming a Certified Diagnostic Technician.

Duration

5,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

37

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0028F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run

Course Number

T0028F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Plan and efficiently perform troubleshooting on electrical/electronic vehicle systems with the help of the levels model and complaint analysis > Evaluate the current systems and initiate targeted diagnosis

Contents

> Networking, seats, lighting, on-board electrical system, FleetBoard, drive authorization, telematics, air conditioner in the Actros model series > Troubleshooting according to complaint analysis and the levels model

Mandatory prerequisite

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go T0110E • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 10%, Practice90%

38

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0029F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • Run

Course Number

T0029F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Plan and efficiently carry out troubleshooting on the drivetrain with the aid of the levels model and complaint analysis > Evaluate the current systems and initiate targeted diagnosis

Contents

> Actros model series - BlueTEC - Thermal management - Fuel circuit - Sensors - Actuators - Networking MR - FR - Engine and starter control > Troubleshooting according to complaint analysis and the levels model

Mandatory prerequisite

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go T0028F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run T0109E • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • eTraining • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 10%, Practice90%

39

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0030F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Chassis • Run

Course Number

T0030F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can > Plan and efficiently carry out troubleshooting on the latest suspension systems with the aid of the levels model and complaint analysis > Evaluate the current systems and initiate targeted diagnosis

Contents

> Air brake system, electronic air processing unit (EAPU), Telligent brake system (BS2), driving assistance systems, level control system, steering gear > Troubleshooting according to complaint analysis and the levels model

Mandatory prerequisite

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go T0028F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run T0029F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • Run T0111E • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Chassis • eTraining • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 10%, Practice90%

40

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0013F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Test Preparation • Run

Course Number

T0013F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can implement the test procedure.

Contents

> Explanation of the test process > Explanation of the automotive diagnostic process > Troubleshooting according to the levels model > Consolidation of the material covered in training courses T0004F, T0005F, T0012F, T0437F and T0438F

Mandatory prerequisite

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go T0028F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run T0029F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • Run T0030F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Chassis • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 10%, Practice90%

41

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0014F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Test • Go

Course Number

T0014F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

> Assessment of theoretical and practical knowledge and skills > Comparison with the international standards

Contents

According to the examination regulations: > 2 x 70 minutes theory > 2 x 70 minutes practice > 15 minutes situation-based technical discussion

Optional prerequisite

T0013F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technicians • Test Preparation • Run

Mandatory prerequisite

T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go T0005F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Diagnosis Strategy 2 • Run T0011F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Initial Test • Go T0028F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • Run T0029F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • Run T0030F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Chassis • Run T0109E • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Drivetrain • eTraining • Go T0110E • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Electrical System • e-Training • Go T0111E • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Chassis • eTraining • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Go

Note

The test is a part of the qualification series for becoming a Certified Diagnostic Technician.

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 20%, Practice80%

42

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Overall Vehicle - Diagnosis Technicians

Title

T0015F • Trucks, Vans • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Further Training • Fly

Course Number

T0015F-AA

Target group

Diagnosis Technician

Objectives

The participant can plan and efficiently perform troubleshooting on the current vehicle systems using the levels model.

Contents

> New products and features in long distance transport and for the Atego Hybrid > Current problem cases from all vehicle model series; the latest content will be communicated to the diagnostic technician in a personal invitation letter.

Optional prerequisite

We recommend working through the e-Trainings "T0095E • Trucks • New Topics in Long Distance Transport • e-Training • Go" in preparation for this course.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0014F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Certified Diagnostic Technician • Test • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Fly

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

43

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0160F • Trucks • Qualification Program for Drivetrain System Technicians • Run

Course Number

T0160F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant qualifies as a Drivetrain System Technician. The participant receives a certificate following completion of the qualification program.

Contents

The Qualification Program for Drivetrain System Technicians consists of individual training courses. The qualification program begins with the initial test. This is an online test designed to assess theoretical knowledge in the fields of exhaust aftertreatment, transmission control and Telligent® engine systems. Following the initial test you will receive a recommendation on which training course(s) you should book. The qualification program consists of the following training courses: > T0301F • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • Run > T0086E • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • eTraining • Go > T0294F • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model Series 900, 457, 500 > T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go > T0269F • Trucks • Transmission Management • GS, EAS, Mercedes PowerShift • Run > T0271F • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, AGS • Run Once you can demonstrate that you have attained all required qualifications, you will receive your certificate as a Qualified Drivetrain System Technician.

Optional prerequisite

Before signing up for the qualification program, you should have good knowledge of systematic troubleshooting procedures and of the workshop systems, including Star Diagnosis. Good knowledge of the on-board electrical system and vehicle networking is also required. You can obtain or refresh this knowledge by attending the following training courses: > T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go > P0019F • WIS/ASRA 3 for Workshop Specialists • Go > P0022F • VeDoc with Read Function • Go > T0180F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis Level II • Run > T0244F • Trucks • On-Board Electrical Systems, System Networking, Instrumentation • Run

Training Depth

Run

Duration

9,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

44

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0046E • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • e-Initial Test • Run

Course Number

T0046E-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can: > Check his/her level of knowledge regarding the SCR exhaust aftertreatment system and NOx monitoring > Specifically prepare for the NNOX-MM287 training course > Prove his/her level of knowledge by passing the e-Initial Test

Contents

Questions on CBT 1290 4333 02, "The SCR System for BlueTec Diesel Technology, Components and Functions"

Optional prerequisite

The participant has a good basic knowledge of the mechanical engine components and engine control system.

Training Depth

Run

Note

The e-Test is a prerequisite for attending advanced training course "T0301F • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • Run".

Duration

0 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

45

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0301F • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • Run

Course Number

T0301F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can: > Describe the mode of operation of the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) exhaust aftertreatment system > Describe the mode of operation of NOx monitoring > Understand the design and function of the SCR exhaust aftertreatment system > Understand the design and function of the NOx monitoring system > Independently produce a diagnosis of the SCR system and NOx control > Carry out testing and adjustment operations

Contents

> Emissions legislation > Design and function of the SCR exhaust aftertreatment system > Design and function of NOx monitoring > Effects of malfunctions in the SCR exhaust aftertreatment and NOx control systems (e.g. torque limitation) > Diagnosis, testing and adjustment operations with the help of the current service aids

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed training course "T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go", "P0019F • WIS/ASRA 3 for Workshop Specialists • Go", "T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go" and "T0146F • Trucks • Actros Road Vehicle • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0046E • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • e-Initial Test • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

For preliminary training, please work through the CBT "The SCR System for BlueTec Diesel Technology, Components and Function" (order no. 1290 4333 02). Knowledge of its content will be tested in e-Test "T0046E • Trucks • SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System and NOx Monitoring • e-Initial Test • Run".

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 40%, Practice60%

46

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go

Course Number

T0085E-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Understand the design of transmissions G56, G60 and G85 > Understand the power flow in transmissions G56, G60 and G85 and in the MB rangechange transmission > Describe the various components of the transverse shift gate > Describe the networking scheme for the different manual transmissions in the Atego, Axor and Actros, as well as the design of the hydraulic power shift > Describe the function of the components of the hydraulic power shift in the Axor and Actros, as well as the design of the automatic gear control system in the Atego and Axor > Describe the function and the design of the Telligent® gearshift in the Axor and Actros > Describe the function and design of the Telligent® automatic gearshift system (EAS) and the Mercedes PowerShift in the Axor and Actros

Contents

> Structure of the transmission designations > Design of transmissions G56, G60 and G85 > Design of the transverse shift gates in the G56-6 and G330-12 > Networking scheme of the gearshift systems in the Atego, Axor and Actros > Design and function of the automatic gear control (AGS), Telligent® gearshift, Telligent® automatic gearshift system (EAS) and the Mercedes PowerShift in the Axor and Actros

Optional prerequisite

The participant has good basic knowledge of transmission control systems.

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,3 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

47

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0271F • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, AGS • Run

Course Number

T0271F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design and individual functions of the control units for drive control and gear control > Describe the design and function of the clutch operating system as used with the various transmissions and gearshift systems > Describe the interaction of the transmission and drive control systems > Describe and assess exemplary input and output signals to control units and components of the gearshift systems > Evaluate actual values and the associated driving situations > Use DAS to identify and eliminate the effects of mechanical faults on the gearshift system > Perform a diagnosis on the transmission management systems > Perform test, adjustment and repair work

Contents

> Exchange of Experience > Interaction of subsystems in a networked environment - Electronic vehicle networking (CAN) - Hydraulic-pneumatic power shift, Telligent® automatic gearshift system - AGS > Use the current service aids (DAS, WIS) to test, adjust, parameterize, diagnose and repair installed gearshift systems > Fault diagnosis based on practical examples

Mandatory prerequisite

T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

To refresh your knowledge, work through the preliminary training for e-Training "T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go" by working through the CBTs "Telligent Gearshift" Parts 1-2, "Telligent Automated Gearshift" Part 1, "Wiring Diagrams" Parts 1 and 3 and "CAN Fundamentals".

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

48

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0269F • Trucks • Transmission Management • GS, EAS, Mercedes PowerShift • Run

Course Number

T0269F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design and individual functions of the control units, drive control and gear control > Describe the design and function of the clutch operating system as used with the various transmissions and gearshift systems > Describe the interaction of the transmission and drive control systems > Describe the similarities and differences between the Telligent® gearshift, Telligent® automatic gearshift system EAS and Mercedes PowerShift > Describe and assess exemplary input and output signals on control units and components of the gearshift systems > Evaluate actual values and the associated driving situations > Use DAS to identify and eliminate the effects of mechanical faults on the gearshift system > Perform a diagnosis on the transmission management systems > Perform inspection, adjustment and repair work

Contents

> Exchange of experience > Interaction of subsystems in a networked environment - Electronic vehicle networking (CAN) - Telligent® gearshift, Telligent® automatic gearshift system – EAS, Mercedes-Benz PowerShift > Using the current service aids (DAS, WIS) to test, adjust, parameterize, diagnose and repair installed gearshift systems > Base function of turbo clutch > Fault diagnosis based on practical examples

Mandatory prerequisite

T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

To refresh your knowledge, as a preliminary training for e-Training "T0085E • Trucks • Transmission Management • HPS, GS, AGS • e-Training • Go" work through the CBTs "Telligent Gearshift" Parts 1-4, "Telligent Automatic Gearshift System" Parts 1-2, "Wiring Diagrams" Parts 1 and 3 and "CAN Fundamentals".

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

49

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0163F • Trucks • Mercedes Benz Natural Gas Engine OM 906 LAG • Run

Course Number

T0163F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the changes in the mechanical engine components and engine management system of gaseous fuel engine OM 906 LAG compared to diesel engine OM 906 LA > Describe the special considerations with regard to the maintenance of the gaseous fuel engine OM 906 LAG > Describe the design and function of the gas system in the vehicle > Perform fault diagnosis and repair work > Carry out testing and adjustment operations

Contents

> > > > >

Training Depth

Run

Note

The participant has the competency to work on gas systems.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mechanical design of the gaseous fuel engine OM 906 LAG Design and function of the injection system on the engine OM 906 LAG Functional principle of the gas system in the vehicle Diagnosing faults, performing component repairs (injection system, gas system) Test and adjustment work using the current service aids Method

Theorie 100%

50

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0429F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Natural Gas Engine OM 906 LAG • Run

Course Number

T0429F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the changes in the mechanical engine components and engine control system of gaseous fuel engine OM 906 LAG compared to diesel engine OM 906 LA > Describe the special considerations with regard to the maintenance of the gaseous fuel engine OM 906 LAG > Describe the design and function of the gas system in the vehicle > Perform fault diagnosis and repair work > Carry out testing and adjustment operations

Contents

> > > > >

Training Depth

Run

Note

The participant has the qualifications to work on gas systems "T0290F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Gaseous Fuel Vehicles • Certificate of Competence • Go".

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mechanical design of the gaseous fuel engine OM 906 LAG Design and function of the injection system on the engine OM 906 LAG Functional principle of the gas system in the vehicle Diagnosing faults, performing component repairs (injection system, gas system) Test and adjustment work using the current service aids Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

51

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0266F • Trucks • Mercedes-Benz Range-Change Transmission • Run

Course Number

T0266F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Disassemble and assemble the transmissions using the service aids (WIS and special tools) > Inspect transmission components and use WIS to plan and implement the necessary repair scopes > Carry out testing and adjustment operations

Contents

> Mechanical design of the synchronized MB range-change transmissions G 131, G 210 G 260 > Mechanical design of unsynchronized MB range-change transmissions G 211, G 241, G 280, G 281, G 330 > Disassembling/assembling synchronized and unsynchronized range-change transmissions > Diagnosing faults, performing component repairs (shift shafts, synchromesh, etc.) > Test and adjustment work using the current service aids

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed CBTs "Telligent Gearshift - Parts 1-2" and "Telligent Automatic Gearshift - Parts 1-2" as preliminary training.

Training Depth

Run

Note

As preliminary training, please complete CBTs "Telligent® Gearshift", Parts 1-2 (order no. 1290 4305 02 and 1290 4306 02) and "Telligent® Automatic Gearshift" Parts 1-2 (1290 4320 02 and 1290 4324 02).

Duration

4,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

52

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0086E • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • eTraining • Go

Course Number

T0086E-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Understand the functions and interaction of the following engine management systems - CAN, data bus - Drive control (FR) - Engine control (MR) - Selective catalytic reduction > Describe and evaluate input and output signals in electrical/electronic components

Contents

> > > > >

Optional prerequisite

Participants can refresh their knowledge by working through CBTs "Engine Series 500, 900 and 457" Parts 1-2 (order no. 1290 4322 02 and 1290 4323 02) and "Pump-LineNozzle" Parts 1-2 (1290 4308 02 and 1290 4307 02).

Training Depth

Go

Note

This e-Training is a mandatory prerequisite for attending advanced training course "T0294F • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • Run".

Duration

2,3 hours

Stand 12/2011

Electronic vehicle networking Sensors and actuators Telligent® engine system Thermal management Causes and effects of torque reduction

Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

53

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0294F • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model series 900, 457, 500 • Run

Course Number

T0294F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can: > Describe the actuation of fan systems for engine cooling, engine brake management, the turbobrake and the flame starting system > Perform a test on the air compressor > Describe the routing of the fuel circuits on model series 900, 457 and 500 and differentiate between them for diagnostic purposes > Devise own diagnosis strategies and perform diagnoses based on complaints and symptoms > Perform inspection, adjustment and repair work

Contents

> Design and function: - Power take-off control - Thermal management - Differences and similarities of various fuel systems - SCR exhaust aftertreatment, including NOx regulation - Enhanced Environmental Vehicle (EEV) information module > Performing test and adjustment work using the current service aids (DAS, WIS) - Fault diagnosis based on practical examples - Air compressor test > Exchange of experience

Mandatory prerequisite

T0086E • Trucks • Telligent® Engine Systems • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • eTraining • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 25%, Practice75%

54

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0293F • Trucks • Mechanical Engine Components Repair • Model Series 900, 457, 500 • Run

Course Number

T0293F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Localize malfunctions in mechanical engine components > Inspect components and use WIS to plan and understand repair scopes

Contents

> > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has good basic knowledge of mechanical engine components.

Training Depth

Run

Note

Participants can test and refresh their knowledge using CBTs "Pump-Line-Nozzle" Parts 1-2 (order no. 1290 4307 02 and 1290 4308 02) and "Engine Series 500, 900, 457" Parts 1-2 (1290 4322 02 and 1290 4323 02).

Duration

5,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mechanical design of the model series 900, 457 and 500 engines Turbobrake function Partial disassembly of engines Current repair work on the components - Mechanical engine components (crank assembly, valve assembly, etc.) - Oil circuits - Fuel circuits - Charge air systems and compressor systems - Electrically controlled water pump Method

Theorie 20%, Practice80%

55

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0103E • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart, FUSO • High-Voltage Systems in Motor Vehicles – Awareness • e-Training • Go

Course Number

T0103E-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Discuss the details of hybrid concepts and electric vehicles at Daimler AG > Figure out the requirements and effects for his/her service duties > Describe the first measures to take when working on hybrid and electric vehicles

Contents

Procedure for basic operations on hybrid and electric vehicles: > Comparison of the main hybrid and electric concepts at Daimler AG > Overview of the high-voltage components in the vehicle > Safety information: Effects of electricity on the human body > Repair operations and their effects on hybrid and electric vehicles

Training Depth

Go

Note

This e-Training is the preparation for the high-voltage qualification for motor vehicles with high-voltage systems.

Duration

1,5 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

56

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0001F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart, FUSO • High-Voltage Qualification for Motor Vehicles • Go

Course Number

T0001F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant > Can confidently and safely work on high-voltage systems in accordance with Trade Association Ordinance BGV A3 and VDE 0105/ECE R105 > Is familiar with the high-voltage concepts and the technical background of the highvoltage components > Can explain the technical responsibility and the legal background > Can describe the power disconnect procedure > Is familiar with the required safety precautions to protect against electric shock and arc faults > Is familiar with the necessary first aid measures

Contents

Laws and regulations related to work on high-voltage motor vehicles > Safety information > Effects of electricity on the human body > High-voltage sections and high-voltage safety precautions > Procedure for working on high-voltage vehicles > First aid measures, rescue chain

Mandatory prerequisite

T0103E • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart, FUSO • High-Voltage Systems in Motor Vehicles – Awareness • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Go

Note

The following prerequisites are defined by the Trade Association for qualification as a "Specialist for intrinsically safe high-voltage series production vehicles":

Method

Theorie 70%, Practice30%

- Automotive mechanic, electrician, mechatronics engineer (with start of vocational training after 1973) - Automotive foreperson ("master") for mechanical, electrical, mechatronic systems (master's examination taken after 1973) - Automotive service technician with certification received after 1973 - Graduate engineer, bachelor's degree, master's degree, or state-certified technician for electrical engineering - Automotive body mechanic, vehicle construction mechanic (vocational training begun after 2002) - Automotive body mechanic foreperson, vehicle construction mechanic foreperson (with master's examination taken after 2002) IMPORTANT! Persons with electronic implants (e.g. pacemakers) are not permitted to work on high-voltage systems. They may not do any practical work on the HV system during training and are not HV-certified after the conclusion of training.

Stand 12/2011

57

Duration

Stand 12/2011

1 day (per 8 hours)

58

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0137F • Trucks • Atego • BlueTEC HYBRID • Go

Course Number

T0137F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Communicate the environmental advantages of using the innovative drive system in the Atego Bluetec Hybrid > Operate the vehicles and analyze how, e.g., customers actually operate them > Explain the task and mode of operation of individual system components > Apply the customer support concept for service purposes > Initiate safety measures for certain types of work on the vehicle > Perform power disconnect and startup of the high voltage system - and professionally use the appropriate special tools > Perform any diagnoses required using Star Diagnosis > Perform practical work on components of the high voltage system - and ventilate the cooling circuit of the e-machine - and exchange the battery air filter on the power electronics carrier (PEC)

Contents

> > > > > > >

Mandatory prerequisite

T0001F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart, FUSO • High-Voltage Qualification for Motor Vehicles • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Go

Note

IMPORTANT! Persons with electronic implants (e.g. pacemakers) may not work on highvoltage systems. They may not do any practical work on the HV system during training and are not HV certified after the conclusion of training.

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Advantages of using a hybrid drive system in trucks System operation Task and function of system components Function of the system Safety when working on the vehicle Customer support concept in the service sector Practical works

Method

Theorie 45%, Practice55%

59

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0101E • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Engine Management BR 471 • eTraining • Go

Course Number

T0101E-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the basic design of the model series 470 common rail technology > Name the sensors and actuators used for engine management and describe their design > Describe the integration of the engine management system in the networking scheme > Describe how the thermal management system works > Describe the function of the exhaust gas recirculation system > Describe the changes in the SCR system

Contents

> > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This e-Training is a mandatory prerequisite for attending advanced training course "T0295F • Trucks • The New Star of Long-Distance Transport • Engine Management BR 471x • Run".

Duration

1,0 hours

Stand 12/2011

Fuel circuit design Vehicle networking Design and function of actuators and sensors Exhaust gas recirculation Innovations in the SCR system Thermal management Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

60

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0295F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Engine Management BR 471 • Run

Course Number

T0295F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the basic mechanical design of the model series 470 engine > Describe the mode of operation of the common rail technology > Understand the design and function of the common rail technology > Describe the sensors and actuators used by the engine management system > Describe the integration of the engine management system in the networking scheme > Understand the design and function of the engine management system > Independently perform diagnosis on the engine management system with Euro 6 exhaust aftertreatment system > Carry out testing and adjustment operations

Contents

> Basic mechanical design of the model series 470 engine > Design and function of the engine management and its integration in the network > Design and function of the common rail technology > Effects of malfunctions in engine management on the exhaust aftertreatment systems and in the NOx monitoring system (e.g. torque limitation) > Diagnosis, testing and adjustment operations with the help of the current service aids

Mandatory prerequisite

T0101E • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Engine Management BR 471 • eTraining • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

61

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Drive Train

Title

T0296F • Trucks • New Long-Distance Truck • Transmission Management with Automated Shift • Run

Course Number

T0296F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the integration of the new transmission management system in the networking scheme > Describe the design and individual functions of the control units for drive control and gear control > Describe the design and function of the new clutch operator > Describe the design and function of the new automated shifting system > Describe the interaction of the transmission and drive control systems > Describe and assess exemplary input and output signals to control units and components of the gearshift systems > Evaluate actual values and the associated driving situations > Use DAS to identify and eliminate the effects of mechanical faults on the gearshift system > Perform a diagnosis on the transmission management systems > Perform inspection, adjustment and repair work

Contents

> Design and individual functions of the control units for drive control and gear control. > Design and function of the new clutch operator > Design and function of the new automated shifting system > Testing, adjustment, parameterization, diagnosis and repair of the new automated shifting system with the aid of the current service aids (DAS, WIS) > Fault diagnosis based on practical examples

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

62

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0142F • Trucks, Vans • Vehicle Alignment • Go

Course Number

T0142F-AA

Target group

System Technician Driving Stability

Objectives

The participant can: > Align the frame and chassis of two, three and four-axle vehicles using mechanical/electronic techniques > Check and evaluate axle steering parts and tires

Contents

> Fundamentals of vehicle alignment > Mechanical frame alignment > Electronic wheel alignment check on three and four-axle vehicles and on vehicles with independent wheel suspension (Sprinter BM906) > Checking and adjusting the wheels/axles according to the current service literature > Fault diagnosis and assessment of faults in handling characteristics and tire wear

Optional prerequisite

The participant has successfully completed training course "T0179F • Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go", "P0019F • WIS/ASRA 3 for Workshop Specialists • Go", "T0004F • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans, smart • Diagnosis Strategy 1 • Go" and "T0146F • Trucks • Actros Road Vehicle • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Go

Note

The participant has successfully completed the CBT program "Fundamentals of Steering Systems" Part 2 (order no. 1290 4718 ).

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

63

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0151F • Trucks • Air Brake Systems • Go

Course Number

T0151F-AA

Target group

System Technician Driving Stability

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design of pneumatic brake systems > Explain the function of pneumatic brake systems > Assign components to the function groups using the service literature and understand their functions > Perform function tests on brake system components > Conduct general function tests on brake systems in accordance with legal requirements

Contents

> > > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

To refresh your knowledge, we recommend completing the CBTs "Air Brake Systems Part 1" (order no. 1290 4316 02) and "Air Brake Systems Part 2" (1290 4317 02).

Duration

3,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Design of pneumatic service brake and parking brake systems Function of the components for service brakes and parking brakes Testing efficiency and function in accordance with legal requirements Implementing service literature Reading function schematics Use of measuring tools and test tools Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

64

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0186F • Trucks • Testing of current Mercedes-Benz truck brake systems for motor vehicle appraisers • Go

Course Number

T0186F-AA

Target group

Other

Objectives

The participant can: > Describe and apply the special features of current MB trucks that are relevant to the testing and in acc. with §29 StVZO (German vehicle licensing regulations) > Test and assess the function and operational safety of MB brake and air suspension systems on two-, three- and four-axle vehicles

Contents

> Overview of the technology of heavy MB trucks > Design and function of the new electronically regulated compressed air unit (combination of air governor/drier, 4-circuit protection valve) > Practical tests on MB brake and air suspension systems based on legal requirements

Training Depth

Go

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 70%, Practice30%

65

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0045E • Trucks • Telligent® Brake System BS2 • e-Initial Test • Run

Course Number

T0045E-AA

Target group

System Technician Driving Stability

Objectives

The participant can: > Check his/her level of knowledge > Specifically prepare for the training course Telligent® Brake and Telligent® Air Suspension systems > Prove his/her level of knowledge by successfully completing the e-Initial Test

Contents

> Questions on CBT 1290 4348 02 "Air Brake Systems - Fundamentals" as well as CBT 1290 4316 02 "Compressed Air Brakes - Reading Pneumatic Diagrams".

Optional prerequisite

The participant has good basic knowledge about working on compressed-air systems.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

0 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

66

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0150F • Trucks • Telligent® Brake System BS2 • Run

Course Number

T0150F-AA

Target group

System Technician Driving Stability

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design of the EAPU > Explain the functions in the EAPU and understand them > Check the pressure retainer of the EAPU according to manufacturer specifications > Describe the integration of EAPU in vehicle networking > Perform potential work and diagnoses on the EAPU with Star Diagnosis > Describe the system design of the Telligent® brake system BS2 > Name the individual system components and their tasks > Explain the special functions in the system design of the Telligent® brake system BS2 > Explain additional functions and special equipment in the BS2 > Perform target-oriented function tests on the individual components > Independently diagnose malfunctions based on case examples with the aid of the current diagnosis and workshop information systems

Contents

> Design and function of: - Electronic Air-Processing Unit (EAPU) - Telligent® Brake System BS2 > Special functions of Telligent® brake system BS2, such as the hill holder > Testing of system functions and individual system components > Fault diagnoses

Mandatory prerequisite

T0045E • Trucks • Telligent® Brake System BS2 • e-Initial Test • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

As a prerequisite for this training course, the participant has successfully completed training course "T0151F • Trucks • Air Brake Systems • Go" or has equivalent knowledge. Participants can refresh their knowledge in preparation for the e-Initial Test by working through the CBTs "Compressed-Air Braking Units – Fundamentals" (order no. 1290 4348 02 ) and "Compressed-Air Brakes - Reading Pneumatic Function Diagrams" (1290 4316 02).

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 45%, Practice55%

67

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0149F • Trucks • Telligent® Level Control System • Run

Course Number

T0149F-AA

Target group

System Technician Driving Stability

Objectives

The participant can > Explain the system design of the Telligent® level control system in various vehicle configurations > Name the components of the Telligent® level control system and their tasks > Explain the mode of operation of the Telligent® level control system > Examine the system components in a goal-oriented manner with help from diagnosis systems > Calibrate the driving level in acc. with manufacturer specifications > Explain the special functions of the Telligent® level control system > Retrofit the compulsory lowering > Explain the system design and the mode of operation of the roll control (WR) > Adjust the parameters in the Telligent® level control system electronics > Examine individual system components in a goal-oriented manner with help from diagnosis systems

Contents

> Design and function of the Telligent® level control system (NR) > System components of Telligent® level control system > Special functions of the Telligent® level control system > Design and function of the roll control (WR) > Mode of operation of the axle load indicator > System function testing of Telligent® level control system and individual system components > Calibration of Telligent® level control system > Fault diagnoses

Training Depth

Run

Note

As a prerequisite for this training course, the participant has successfully completed training course T0151F (Trucks • Air Brake Systems • Go) or has equivalent knowledge. To refresh your knowledge, you can use the CBT 1290 4316 "Air Brake Systems Reading Pneumatic Function Diagrams".

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 45%, Practice55%

68

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Chassis and Active Safety

Title

T0193F • Trucks • System diagnosis of Telligent® brake and level control systems • New features/modifications • Fly

Course Number

T0193F-AA

Target group

System Technician Driving Stability

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the current changes to the brake system and the level control system > Specifically conduct possible diagnoses to the new systems > Exchange current quality topics with other participants and use the knowledge in daily work

Contents

> Modifications/new features in the brake and level control systems > Practical work

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed the advanced training course "T0191F • Trucks • Telligent® brake and air suspension systems • Run" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Fly

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

69

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

Title

T0092E • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Air Conditioning Systems Basic Training • eTraining • Go

Course Number

T0092E-AA

Target group

System Technician Comfort and Safety

Objectives

The participant can describe the basic design of a refrigerant circuit and its key components.

Contents

> > > >

Training Depth

Go

Note

This e-Training is an introductory course to prepare for further training in building competency/qualification in working on air conditioning systems.

Duration

0,9 hours

Stand 12/2011

Basic design of commercial vehicle climate control systems Components and their functions Refrigeration circuit Fundamentals of thermodynamics Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

70

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

Title

T0239F • Trucks • Heating and Climate Control • Run

Course Number

T0239F-AA

Target group

System Technician Comfort and Safety

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design and function of all heating and climate control components and their integration in the on-board electrical system of the current Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 truck model series > Independently and professionally perform a diagnosis after malfunctions have occurred in the heating and climate control systems

Contents

> Design and function of the various heating and climate control systems > Integration in the on-board electrical system of the current Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 truck model series > Use of literature (function descriptions and wiring diagrams) > Practical examples for diagnosis and troubleshooting

Optional prerequisite

The participant has worked through e-Training "T0092E • Passenger Cars, Trucks, Vans • Air Conditioning Systems Basic Training • e-Training • Go" or has good knowledge of the refrigeration circuit. The participant has completed training course "T0255F • Trucks, Vans • Air Conditioning Systems Basic Training with Certificate of Competence• Go" and possesses a certificate of competence for working on the refrigeration circuit.

Training Depth

Run

Note

The participant is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, including HMS 990.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 40%, Practice60%

71

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

Title

T0282F • Trucks • Cab, Interior Equipment, Seats • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run

Course Number

T0282F-AA

Target group

System Technician Comfort and Safety

Objectives

The participant can > Correctly identify and describe the components of the seat, tilting/sliding roof, door and restraint systems > Explain the design and function of the tilting/sliding roof and restraint systems > Carry out targeted diagnostic, adjustment and repair operations

Contents

> New features/modifications in the current Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 truck model series > ISRI and Grammer seats > Tilting/sliding roof > Supplemental restraint systems (SRS) > Passive safety features: Adaptive cruise control (ART) and Lane Assistant (SPA) > Safety information > Adjustment, diagnosis and repair work on seat, tilting/sliding roof, door and restraint systems

Optional prerequisite

The participant has worked through the CBT program "Seats Parts 1-2" (order no. 1290 4342/ 43).

Training Depth

Run

Note

The duration of the training course is country-specific.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

72

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

Title

T0243F • Trucks • Drive Authorization and Locking Systems • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run

Course Number

T0243F-AA

Target group

System Technician Comfort and Safety

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design and function of drive authorization and locking systems in the current Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 truck model series > Perform proper diagnoses in case of malfunctions and independently perform repair work on truck locking systems (e.g. control unit replacement)

Contents

> Design and system function of: - Central locking systems - Comfort locking systems - Anti-theft alarm systems (ATA) - Drive authorization system (WSP) > New features and modifications in the current Actros, Axor2 and Atego2 truck model series > Use of literature (function descriptions and wiring diagrams) > Practical examples and exercises for diagnosis and troubleshooting

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed training course "T0244F • Trucks • On-Board Electrical Systems, System Networking, Instrumentation • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run" or has equivalent knowledge. The participant is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, incl. HMS 990.

Training Depth

Run

Note

Participants can test and refresh their knowledge using the CBT programs "Principles of Motor Vehicle Electronics" Parts 1-3 (order no. 1290 4757/ 58/ 59) and "Access and Drive Authorization Systems" (1290 4340).

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

73

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

Title

T0419F • Trucks • The New Long-Distance Truck • Drive Authorization and Locking Systems DAS3 • Run

Course Number

T0419F-AA

Target group

System Technician Comfort and Safety

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design and function of the drive authorization and locking systems (DAS3) > Perform proper diagnoses in case of malfunctions and independently perform repair work on truck locking systems (e.g. control unit replacement)

Contents

> Design and system function of: - Drive authorization systems (DAS3) - Comfort locking systems - Central locking systems - Anti-theft alarm systems (ATA) - Multifunction key > New Features/Modifications in The New Long-Distance Truck > Use of literature (function descriptions and wiring diagrams) > Practical examples and exercises for diagnosis and troubleshooting

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed training course "T0244F • Trucks • On-Board Electrical Systems, System Networking, Instrumentation • Actros, Axor, Atego • Run" or has equivalent knowledge. The participant is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, incl. HMS 990.

Training Depth

Run

Note

Participants can test and refresh their knowledge using the CBT programs "Principles of Motor Vehicle Electronics" Parts 1-3 (order no. 1290 4757/ 58/ 59) and "Access and Drive Authorization Systems" (1290 4340).

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

74

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Comfort/Convenience and Passive Safety Systems

Title

T0176F • Trucks • Heating, Climate Control and Cab, Interior Equipment • New LongDistance Truck • New Features/Modifications • Fly

Course Number

T0176F-AA

Target group

System Technician Comfort and Safety

Objectives

The participant can > Determine the cause of complaints by performing targeted vehicle checks and evaluating fault symptom descriptions > Read out the malfunctions/faults in the vehicle with the help of the on-board diagnosis system > Describe the design and function of the comfort systems and make adjustments > Perform measures for the rectification of vehicle complaints with the help of the technical workshop literature (WIS/TIPS) > Name the current service measures and describe the required diagnostic tasks

Contents

> Modifications and new features of the comfort systems in the new Actros: - Heating and climate control - Cab, interior equipment and seats > Notes and tips on special equipment and retrofits > New technical features/modifications and current service measures > Tips on design groups

Optional prerequisite

The participant is a Qualified Comfort and Passive Safety System Technician or has good knowledge of the comfort systems. He/she is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, including the HMS 990, and has good knowledge in the fields of electrical and electronic systems as well as on-board electrical systems.

Training Depth

Fly

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 40%, Practice60%

75

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0091E • Trucks, Vans • Fundamentals of Telematics • e-Training • Go

Course Number

T0091E-AA

Target group

System Technician Telecommunication

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the fundamentals for signal transmission, radio systems, navigation, and mobile communication > Describe the interrelation of the various functions in navigation and mobile communication > Understand the complex interrelations of networked and non-networked systems and can describe them

Contents

> Introduction to telematics > Fundamentals of signal transmission: - Transmission paths - Frequency - Transmitting and receiving with antennas > GSM network, design, and description > SMS in telematics > UMTS and LTE successor technology > Vehicle navigation components > Design of the global positioning system (GPS) > Dynamic destination-oriented vehicle navigation > Digital audio/video systems such as DAB and DMB

Training Depth

Go

Note

The participant requires access to the intranet/Internet, as this seminar consists of online content.

Duration

2,0 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

76

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0249F • Trucks, Vans • Telematics • Run

Course Number

T0249F-AA

Target group

System Technician Telecommunication

Objectives

The participant can: > Describe the scope of telematics systems in trucks and vans. > Understand the physical fundamentals applied in telematics systems. > Diagnose and understand basic malfunctions in telematics systems. > Perform simple measurement and diagnosis work on current factory-fitted systems.

Contents

Basic knowledge of high-frequency technology and antenna systems > GPS and GSM networks and UMTS > Design and function of vehicle networks > Function of GPS, audio and video components > Simple measurement and diagnostic work on the vehicle using the Workshop Information System and diagnostic systems

Optional prerequisite

Participants must have completed the e-preliminary training on truck and van telematics Go (NLTTM-EL5016) or have comparable basic knowledge of telematics. Completion of training NEBN-ME263 or NETB-ME269 (van on-board electrical systems) is recommended.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0091E • Trucks, Vans • Fundamentals of Telematics • e-Training • Go This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Note

The duration of the training course is country-specific.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

77

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0232F • Trucks • Telematics • Fly

Course Number

T0232F-AA

Target group

System Technician Telecommunication

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the telematics systems in the current truck model series > Operate telephones, navigation, FleetBoard and the CB radio > Perform targeted diagnoses on the telematics systems with and without Star Diagnosis > Set and program the components

Contents

> > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed advanced training course "T0249F • Trucks, Vans • Telematics • Run" or has good knowledge of telematics. He/she is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, including the HMS 990, and has good knowledge in the fields of electrical/electronic systems and on-board electrical systems.

Training Depth

Fly

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Operation, design, function, and diagnosis of telematics components Navigation systems Telephone and cell phone installation Multimedia applications FleetBoard system and FleetBoard workshop applications Toll CB two-way radio systems Practical application of on-board and off-board diagnosis in telematics systems

Method

Theorie 60%, Practice40%

78

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0105E • Trucks, Vans • FleetBoard • e-Training • Go

Course Number

T0105E-AA

Target group

System Technician Telecommunication

Objectives

The participant has > an overview of the telematics-based fleet management system FleetBoard

Contents

> > > > >

Training Depth

Go

Duration

1,0 hours

Stand 12/2011

System description and services Benefits of the system for workshops and customers Components, installation locations and networking Services, servers and data flow Information about contact persons Method

Theorie 100%, Practice0%

79

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0238F • Trucks, Vans • FleetBoard • Internet Application • Run

Course Number

T0238F-AA

Target group

Service Advisor

Objectives

The participant can > Operate the telematics-supported fleet management system FleetBoard in a competent manner > Conduct troubleshooting via the Internet > Advise the customer on service and maintenance

Contents

> > > > > > >

Training Depth

Run

Note

This training course is for operations looking to acquire certification as a FleetBoard Service Partner. Basic information for telediagnosis.

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

System description, scope of services and customer benefits offered by the system Using SPPS (online fixed-price calculator) with FleetBoard Components, installation locations and networking Services, servers, data flow FleetBoard diagnosis/troubleshooting via the Internet Reading out and interpreting data using FleetBoard Information on contact persons and a look ahead to future developments Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

80

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0233F • Trucks, Vans • FleetBoard • Fly

Course Number

T0233F-AA

Target group

System Technician Telecommunication

Objectives

The participant can proficiently diagnose and repair the refined, telematics-based FleetBoard fleet management system and is able to offer customers comprehensive advice.

Contents

> The product "FleetBoard" - System description, scope of services, workshop and customer benefits offered by the system > The technical system in commercial vehicles - Components, installation locations, networking, and wiring diagrams - Integration of communications functions into the base module and the PSM > Services, servers, data flow - Interaction with the driver cockpit, server, freight forwarder and the service operations > FleetBoard retrofitting - On vehicles with and without preinstallation > FleetBoard diagnosis/troubleshooting > Reading out and interpreting data using FleetBoard > Information on contact persons and a look ahead to future developments

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed an advanced ("Run") training course in telematics or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Fly

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

81

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Telecommunications

Title

T0175F • Trucks • Telecommunications • New Long-Distance Truck • New Features/Modifications • Fly

Course Number

T0175F-AA

Target group

System Technician Telecommunication

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the telematics systems in the new truck > Operate telephones, navigation, FleetBoard and the CB radio > Perform targeted diagnoses on the telematics systems with and without Star Diagnosis > Set and program the components

Contents

> > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed advanced training course "T0249F • Trucks, Vans • Telematics • Run" or has good knowledge of telematics. He/she is proficient in the use of Star Diagnosis, including the HMS 990, and has good knowledge in the fields of electrical/electronic systems and on-board electrical systems.

Training Depth

Fly

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Design, function, operation and diagnosis of telematics components Navigation systems Telephone and cell phone installation Multimedia applications

Method

Theorie 40%, Practice60%

82

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

Bodywork

Title

T0280F • Trucks • Small Repairs • Cosmetic Repairs and Repairs of Minor Damage • Go

Course Number

T0280F-AA

Target group

Bodywork Specialist

Objectives

The participant can > Assess damage for which small repair methods are suitable > Select the most economical repair method > Repair minor damage on plastic and accessory parts on the body and in the interior (e.g. dashboard, trim, seat covers) > Repair paint damage on painted aluminum rims > Repair glass in a professional manner > Use the tools and repair methods recommended by Mercedes-Benz

Contents

> Recognition and classification of typical (minor) damage profiles and determining how to repair them > Material properties of plastics and the appropriate repair methods for these materials > Repair of interior and exterior plastic parts of vehicle > Repair of seats and upholstery > Glass repair techniques and equipment

Training Depth

Go

Note

This training course gives participants the knowledge to repair minor damage in a timely and economical manner. All repairs are performed by each participant using tools and repair methods recommended by Mercedes-Benz. In coordination with AutomotiveTraining GmbH (tel.: +49 (0) 711 17 - 7 04 04), participants may bring in vehicles or parts that have such damage.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 20%, Practice80%

83

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0031E • FUSO • Canter • Engine Training • e-Initial Test • Run

Course Number

T0031E-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can demonstrate that he/she fulfills all of the necessary basic technical prerequisites to participate in the following face-to-face trainings: > "T0198F (NCVS-MC011) • Fuso • Canter • Euro 5 Engine Training for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Run" or "T0199F (NCVM-MC012) • Fuso • Canter • Euro 5 Engine Training for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run" > "T0509F • Fuso • Parameterization of the Engine Control Unit on the Canter Euro 5 • Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Run" or "T0510F • Fuso • Parameterization of the Engine Control Unit on the Canter Euro 5 • Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run" or > "T0200F (NCPS-MC014) • Fuso • Parameterization of the Engine Control Unit on the Canter Euro 5 • Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Run" or "T0201F (NCPM-MC015) • Fuso • Parameterization of the Engine Control Unit on the Canter Euro 5 • Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run"

Contents

Test questions from the training courses "T0196F (NCDS-MC009) • Fuso • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis)" or "T0197F (NCUT-MC010) • Fuso • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3)"

Training Depth

Run

Duration

0 hours

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 100%

84

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0196F • FUSO • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Go

Course Number

T0196F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Apply basic knowledge about the product, diagnosis and repair technology to the vehicle

Contents

> Vehicle concept and vehicle overview: Canter TD Euro III, Euro IV and Euro V > Installation locations of various components > Workshop literature and workshop information > Parts literature Caps > Vehicle electrical system > Brakes and brake systems > Access and drive authorization systems > Heating, climate control > Speed limiting systems > Axle with locking differential > Fault diagnosis and practical exercises on the vehicle with current diagnostic systems (flash code, STAR DIAGNOSIS) > Maintenance and repair

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed basic training course "T0179F• Trucks, Vans • Star Diagnosis • Level I • Go" or has equivalent knowledge.

Training Depth

Go

Note

This training course is for operations who use the Mercedes-Benz diagnostic system (Star Diagnosis).

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

85

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0197F • FUSO • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Go

Course Number

T0197F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can apply basic knowledge about product, diagnosis and repair technology to the vehicle.

Contents

> Vehicle concept and vehicle overview: Canter TD Euro III, Euro IV and Euro V > Installation locations of various components > Workshop literature and workshop information > Parts literature Caps > Vehicle electrical system > Brakes and brake systems > Access and drive authorization systems > Heating, climate control > Speed limiting systems > Axle with locking differential > Fault diagnosis and practical exercises on the vehicle with current diagnostic systems (flash code, MUT 3) > Maintenance and repair

Training Depth

Go

Note

This training course is for operations who use the MUT 3 diagnostic system.

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

86

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0198F • FUSO • Canter • Euro 5 Engine Training for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic Systems (Star Diagnosis) • Run

Course Number

T0198F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Identify the components of the fuel injection system > Explain their design and function > Carry out targeted diagnostic, adjustment and repair operations

Contents

> > > > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has taken part in training course "T0196F • Fuso • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Go" or has equivalent knowledge. He/she is conversant with the operation and handling of the measuring and diagnostic equipment.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0031E • FUSO • Canter • Engine Training • e-Initial Test • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mechanical engine components Fuel injection system with injection components and injection function Engine electrical system Fuel circuit Exhaust gas recirculation and SCR technology Turbocharging Diesel particulate filter and NOx catalytic converter Adjustment, diagnostic and repair work with Star Diagnosis Current service topics Design and function of the transmission

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

87

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0199F • FUSO • Canter • Euro 5 Engine Training for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run

Course Number

T0199F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Identify the components of the fuel injection system > Explain their design and function > Carry out targeted diagnostic, adjustment and repair operations

Contents

> > > > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has completed the training course "T0197F • Fuso • Canter • Fundamentals for Operations with Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Go" or has equivalent knowledge. He/she is conversant with the operation and handling of the measuring and diagnostic equipment.

Mandatory prerequisite

T0031E • FUSO • Canter • Engine Training • e-Initial Test • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Mechanical engine components Fuel injection system with injection components and injection function Engine electrical system Fuel circuit Exhaust gas recirculation and SCR technology Turbocharging Diesel particulate filter and NOx catalytic converter Adjustment, diagnosis and repair work with the MUT 3 Current service topics Design and function of the transmission

Method

Theorie 50%, Practice50%

88

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0194F • FUSO • Canter • Electrical/Electronic Systems and On-Board Electrical System for Operations with Mercedes-Benz Diagnostic System (Star Diagnosis) • Run

Course Number

T0194F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Name the basic electrical variables and their relationship to one another (Ohm's law) > Independently conduct measurements on the vehicle with the aid of the workshop literature and a multimeter > Apply the latest service literature in a targeted manner for maintenance, diagnosis and repair > Carry out test, adjustment and repair work using digital multimeters, STAR DIAGNOSIS, including the HMS Measurement Technology, oscilloscope and the Diagnosis Assistance System (DAS) on electrical systems in the Canter and on components, sensors and actuators > Independently implement the regular updates according to requirements > Independently plan targeted diagnostic steps for the Mitsubishi Canter > Initiate and carry out appropriate remedial measures

Contents

> > > > > > > > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has basic knowledge of electrical systems.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Basic electrical variables Ohm's law Electricity hazards Circuit types and their properties Testing electrical components Control and regulation Oscilloscope ECU parameterization Proper testing of networking User interface and fundamentals of the STAR DIAGNOSIS software programs Update process and procedures, installation options. Efficient use of STAR DIAGNOSIS and the DAS and HMS 990 programs Strategies for diagnosing electrical and electronic systems Practical work for a guided diagnosis based on the diagnosis model Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

89

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0195F • FUSO • Canter • Electrical systems/electronics and on-board electrical system for companies with the Multi Use Tester (MUT 3) diagnostic system. • Run

Course Number

T0195F-AA

Target group

System Technician

Objectives

The participant can: > Name the basic electrical variables and their relationship to one another (Ohm's law) > Independently conduct measurements on the vehicle with the aid of the workshop literature and a multimeter > Apply the latest service literature in a targeted manner for maintenance, diagnosis and repair > Carry out test, adjustment and repair work using digital multimeters, MUT 3 and oscilloscope on electrical systems in the Canter and on components, sensors and actuators > Independently implement the regular updates according to requirements > Independently plan targeted diagnostic steps for the Canter > Initiate and carry out appropriate remedial measures

Contents

> > > > > > > > > > > > > >

Optional prerequisite

The participant has basic knowledge of electrical systems.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

2,0 days (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Basic electrical variables Ohm's law Electricity hazards Circuit types and their properties Testing electrical components Control and regulation Oscilloscope ECU parameterization Proper testing of networking User interface and fundamentals of the MUT 3 software programs Update process and procedures, installation options Efficient use of MUT 3 and the MUT III programs Strategies for diagnosing electrical and electronic systems Practical work for a guided diagnosis based on the diagnosis model Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

90

Chapter

Technical Training CV

Department

FUSO Canter

Title

T0510F • FUSO • Parameterization of the Engine Control Unit on the Canter Euro 5 • Operations with the Multi Use Tester Diagnostic System (MUT 3) • Run

Course Number

T0510F-AA

Target group

System Technician Powertrain

Objectives

The participant can > Describe the design and the various functions of the engine control unit > Describe the parameterization procedure for the control unit > Describe and assess example applications for parameterization > Assess the need for parameterization > Perform parameterization using the MUT III > Redocument parameterization work > Describe testing and retrofit operations

Contents

> Parameterization of the control units using the online portal > Assessment of need to parameterize the engine control unit > Procedure when installing retrofits

Mandatory prerequisite

T0031E • FUSO • Canter • Engine Training • e-Initial Test • Run This training/test has to be booked, before you are authorized to book the main training. You´ll find a detailed description about the training, using the training code.

Training Depth

Run

Duration

1 day (per 8 hours)

Stand 12/2011

Method

Theorie 30%, Practice70%

91

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