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ST 013 ICM Transmissions Students learn the purpose, function, and use of electronic controls. Also covered are identifying input/output components, reading/interpreting diagnostic displays, clearing diagnostics, reset operational parameters, adjusting shift lever, body raise, body up switches, and the TOS sensor. Students diagnose and repair a reported operator complaint.
ST 068 Getting to the Expert Level (SOS Reports) Oil sample reports are a valuable tool for customers and technicians. The reports are used to identifying potential problems in various machine systems. This workshop enables participants to identify elements of an oil sample report.
ST 702 Expanded Mining Next Generation SIS This course enables the participant to navigate, order parts, and find service information for Expanded Mining products using the Next Generation SIS (NGS) interface.
ST 401 E-Series Large Asphalt Pavers and Screeds This Course is designed to enable participants to gain new knowledge and skills specific to E Series Large Asphalt Pavers and associated Screeds. Systems Operation, Testing and Adjusting/Troubleshooting of the following Major Divisions will be covered: Large Asphalt Pavers: AP555E -AP1000E – AP1055E Machine Introduction, Power Distribution…
ST 221 E-Series Hammer Repair This course will cover the service and repair of H110E – H140E sized E – Series Hammer. A hammer will be disassembled and assembled in the class. Items needing to be replaced will be replaced during the class, and the hammer will be tested at the end.
ST 306 Equipment Maintenance Practices This class, designed for technicians, will cover the proper maintenance of various types of equipment. Students will learn proper nomenclature so everyone refers to the items with the same language. They will also learn how to start and inspection.
ST 112 Equipment Maintenance Practices This course is designed to familiarize the technician and equipment manager with the procedures for performing scheduled maintenance and recordkeeping as outlined by the equipment manufacturer.
ST 012 Electrical Fundamentals This class provides the participant an understanding of fundamental electrical and circuit theory, as well as the operations, and functions of electrical and electronic circuit components. Electrical schematic navigation and symbol identification skills are covered. Participants will learn to properly use a digital multi-meter to measure AC/DC voltage, voltage drop, AC/DC…
ST 008 Electrical and Hydraulic Schematic Tips & Tricks This course is designed to help technicians become more effective and efficient when working with Caterpillar electrical and hydraulic schematics in SIS Web or other electronic formats. Use of Adobe Reader search techniques, hot keys, and other short-cut features are covered. This class reviews Caterpillar electrical…
ST 144 Effective Service Report Writing The Service Report is a document that when written correctly can describe in detail the complaint, cause, correction and any complications during the repair of a machine. The Service Report also serves as a legal document regarding warranty determination and provides the customer with a sequence of events regarding repair, product improvements,…