Small Engine Repair
This 45-hour course is designed for those students who want to save money by learning to do their own basic small engine repair. Students will work on their own equipment with the supervision of an instructor. Topics to be covered will include: an introduction, safety, trouble shooting the engine, the three main things it takes to make an engine run, the difference between 2 and 4 cycle engines, torque specifications, carburetors, disassembly and reassembly, learning what the model number means, valve adjustment and much more.
Students will need to supply their own small engine and tools. Tools required for this class are: ratchet set up to 3/4", screw driver set (common and phillips) and pliers.
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