PSI Engines Fuel Systems
This two-day course includes initial classroom instruction in PSI EControls NG/LPG fuel system logic and constant speed governing supported by a wide array of samples, demonstrations, and simulations.
Hands on learning experiences include engine sensor location and base engine walkthrough, 5.7L engine distributor removal and replacement. Application of systems knowledge is assessed during engine operation including bugging and fault detection, graphing, and cataloging current and historical faults, and corrective actions.
Students should bring their laptops for installation and practical exercises utilizing the 4G and Service Tool. Students with company-restricted laptops are encouraged to ensure the 4G software is installed before attending class. IT Managers can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for current 4G software downloads.
2023 Course Sessions Available
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- This is a 2-day, 8-hour per day course taught in English.
- Limited to 10 students.
- The class is offered on a Tuesday/Wednesday from 8:00am – 5:00pm with a 1-hour lunch.
At the completion of this class, students should be able to:
- Identify current fuel technology (NG/LPG)
- Identify fuel system components and how they interact
- Remove and replace 5.7L/4.3L distributor
- Set up PC to accept E-Control Software
- Use E-Control Software
- Use the plotter function
- Troubleshoot faults and misfires
- Operating engine practical exercises
Minimum Required Equipment & Safety Gear
- Steel toe or composite toe, electrical rated work boots
- ANSI approved safety glasses
- Hearing protection
- Technician Laptop with Installed PSI 4G software downloads.
$960 per student
All registration fees are to be paid in full prior to the first day of class.
Please send checks payable to Mongoose Power Solutions c/o OPA! to PO Box 13, Spofford, NH 03462
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Robin is an Independent Contract Instructor with 20-years of experience in leading technical
training roles at, The United States Navy, John Crane Inc, and Power Solutions International. He
specializes in alternative fuels engine applications utilizing EControls fuel systems installed on PSI Spark
After attending Navy Master Diesel Mechanic School and Senior Enlisted Propulsion Engineering School
Rob completed a Main Propulsion Assistant tour aboard a ship operating four Caterpillar 3516
propulsion engines. Upon returning to shore duty, he attended Navy Instructor Training School and assumed the role as Instructor Lead at Navy Engineman Class “A” School. He is enthusiastic about adult education and has obtained bachelors and master’s degrees in Workforce Education from Southern Illinois University.
Rob enjoys being outdoors and spends his spare time hunting, fishing, and camping. He makes annual archery Elk hunting trips to Colorado in pursuit of a dream.