Engine Repair

Provided by: Ivy Tech

Studies precision tools, equipment, and procedures needed to repair modern diesel engines.

Course Objectives:

  • Demonstrate proper shop safety practices while overhauling and repairing engines.
  • Identify tools and equipment used in engine repair.
  • Inspect and determine serviceability of cylinder head according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Inspect and determine serviceability of cylinder block according to recommended manufacturer specifications.
  • Adjust or measure valve and engine brake clearance.
  • Install camshaft according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Inspect connecting rods and pistons.
  • Measure the crankshaft and determine serviceability.
  • Diagnose and or repair of the oil lubrication system.
  • Install piston rings according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Install connecting rod and main bearings according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Assemble engine according to industry standards.
  • Time camshaft and components to manufacturer specifications.
  • Inspect cooling system and components for needed repair.
  • Perform injector replacement procedures.
  • Remove and reinstall the cylinder liner and check and adjust protrusion.
  • Clean engine procedures

Recommended Background

  • Program Advisor Approval.

Course ID

TRCK 127


Fort Wayne - Indianapolis - Kokomo - Terre Haute


Ivy Tech


Method of Delivery

Face to Face

Estimated Effort

8 weeks


$149.55 per Credit Hour