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Basics of Electrical Systems in Motor Vehicles – VW Golf 4
Order-№: 95992  
Price on request
 

Summary:

The training stand has been specifically designed for demonstrating the basics of electrical systems in motor vehicles. The components used for the apparatus are based on the Golf 4 and are both fitted and connected to one another exactly as they were in the original vehicle. The trainee‘s task is to lay the entire cabling of the components in a lighting system as per the end-to-end circuit diagram and demonstrate that all of these components are working correctly through commissioning. An integrated fault circuit with remote control introduces the trainees to systematic troubleshooting in a step-bystep approach.
Since the original DIN switching symbols and DIN 72522 terminal designations are used, it is possible to wire up the entire vehicle training stand exactly as shown in the circuit diagram. All components are equipped with the specific plug-in sockets with digital diagram printout on the base plate. This guarantees the same cabling structure at all times.
Functional assemblies such as light switches, headlights, wipers, etc. can also be wired up individually as an initial training exercise. Working in groups, all consumers and switching elements can then be connected to one another in such a way that the relatively complex system wiring diagram and interactions between the individual elements are easier to understand.

Description:
  • Working with wiring diagrams, symbols, terminal designations, wires and wiring connections
  • Making use of the possibilities offered by commonly used workshop diagnostic devices
  • Making use of problem resolution strategies and/or alternatives during diagnosis
  • Examining individual components and making a decision about necessary repair measures
  • Troubleshooting in electrical circuits
  • Naming electrical and electronic components, functional units and systems
  • Checking and repairing electrical and electronic circuits
  • Selecting and using electrical measuring and testing equipment
  • Measuring and evaluating electrical variables and signals
  • Documenting work results and evaluating by comparing with calculated variables and manufacturer specifications