Automotive & Transportation
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Course Details & Registration Information
- Identify vehicles that require an OBD II inspection
- List in writing the fees associated with an OBD II inspection and identify when they apply
- Explain when a waiver of the inspection requirements may be issued
- Identify the Emissions Control Components installed on vehicles
A. Station Qualifications
B. Mechanic Qualifications
C. Emissions Analyzers
D. Cause and Effects of Air Pollution
E. Vehicle Generated Pollutants
F. Purpose of the Inspection Program
G. Vehicle Emissions Standards
H. Emission Control Devices
I. Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)
J. Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)
K. Data Link Connector (DLC)
L. Readiness Monitors
M. OBD II subject vehicles
N. Exceptions to OBD II inspections
O. Pre-Inspection Requirements
P. Entering Vehicle Data
Q. Conducting the OBD II Inspection
R. Fee Schedule
S. Warranty Information
- Vehicle Emission Inspection Mechanic License
- Attendance 100%
- Successful completion of this course requires 100% attendance and satisfactory class participation (i.e. be able to demonstrate proficiency in all concepts taught). Students with irregular attendance (less than 100% attendance) or those who are unable to demonstrate competency will receive a grade of NG (no grade). Please note that late students will not be admitted to class.
- Students will conduct an emissions inspection of a motor vehicle, and a passing score of 80% or higher is required on both the written test and the hands-on test.
- State issued ID and station number.
- Students must arrive on time on testing day. Students will not be allowed into the classroom after the test begins. NO makeup testing dates will be offered.
- Vehicle Emission Inspection Mechanics
- Safety Recertification Inspection - AUT-3129D3