Toyota Technican Training Education Network

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Toyota Technician Training Education Network
1.0 credits TTEN-110: Shop Fundamentals & Safety
This course will orient the student to shop operations, use of service manuals, pay structures, tools, warranties, and customer relations. Shop safety will be strongly emphasized as well as employee/employer relations.
Corequisites: TTEN-120
Offered: FALL Faculty Permission Required
7.0 credits TTEN-120: Electrical & Ignition System
A study of the electrical and electronic systems found in the automotive field. Emphasis is on basic circuitry, starting systems, charging systems, ignition systems, diagnosis and servicing the electrical components on current Toyota vehicles.
Corequisites: TTEN-110
Offered: FALL Faculty Permission Required
3.0 credits TTEN-125: Toyota Hybrid Technology
This course will explain and demonstrate theory and operation of key Toyota hybrid vehicle systems and components. Knowledge retention and subject understanding will be enhanced by inter active classroom components whenever possible. Procedures for handling high voltage batteries will be covered. Personal safety will be emphasized.
Corequisites: TTEN-120
Offered: FALL Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-130: Fuel & Emission Systems
A study of the fuel and emission control systems used on current Toyota vehicles. Students will learn to use the exhaust gas analyzer, oscilloscope, and other special test equipment.
Prerequisites: TTEN-120
Corequisites: TTEN-140
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
3.0 credits TTEN-135: Toyota Vehicle Networks
This course will explore the complex, on-board computer networks found on modern Toyota vehicles. The CAN net work will be emphasized as will the proper techniques for isolating, diagnosing and repairing complex automotive computer networks. Safety will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: Take TTEN-120, minimum grade C.
Corequisites: TTEN-140
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-140: Driveability
A systematic troubleshooting method for Toyota fuel, electrical, and electronic systems. Use of tools and equipment needed for proper diagnosis emphasized.
Corequisites: TTEN-130
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
1.0 credits TTEN-145: ASE Tests
Register for a minimum of two ASE exams and pass one.
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
1.0 credits TTEN-146: ASE Tests
Take and pass remaining ASE exams. Students are required to pass a minimum of four ASE exams in order to graduate. Any tests passed in TTEN 145 are counted as part of the requirement.
Prerequisites: TTEN-145
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-150: Engines & Related Systems
This course covers the principles and operation of the internal combustion engine. Toyota internal combustion engines will be properly disassembled with nomenclature identification. All parts will be inspected, measured, and reassembled. Troubleshooting and diagnostic procedures will be emphasized on all systems.
Corequisites: TTEN-160
Offered: SU Faculty Permission Required
2.0 credits TTEN-155: Toyota Advanced Air Induction Systems
This course covers variable valve timing, turbo chargers and superchargers. The theory, operation and diagnosis of each of these systems will be covered and the manufacturers diagnostic and repair procedures will be stressed. Personal and vehicle safety will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: TTEN-140
Corequisites: TTEN-160
Offered: SU Faculty Permission Required
2.0 credits TTEN-160: Heating & Air Conditioning
A theory and shop course to teach the student automotive air conditioning and heating systems as they apply to current model Toyotas. The use of test equipment will be emphasized and the student will learn to diagnose, evacuate, recover refrigerant and recharge air conditioning systems.
Corequisites: TTEN-150
Offered: SU Faculty Permission Required
3.0 credits TTEN-165: Toyota Advanced HVAC Diagnosis
This course will cover advanced diagnosis theory and practice on Toyota vehicle heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems. The course will address computer based HVAC controls as well as the network of sensors. Environmental and personal safety will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: TTEN-140
Corequisites: TTEN-160
Offered: SU Faculty Permission Required
8.0 credits TTEN-170: Power Trains
The theory and practical application of Toyota power trains and differential service will be taught. Diagnosis, troubleshooting and actual repair procedures will be performed in the shop.
Prerequisites: TTEN-160
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required
6.0 credits TTEN-172: Toyota Automatic Transmission/Transaxles
The operating principles of Toyota automatic transmissions, transaxles, and their diagnosis, electrical and electronic controls, and repair will be covered. Instruction on noise, vibration and harshness diagnosis and correction will also be covered along with mechanical and hydraulic components. Safety is emphasized.
Corequisites: TTEN-175
Offered: FALL Faculty Permission Required
5.0 credits TTEN-175: Toyota Manual Transmissions/Transaxles
The theory and repair of Toyota manual transmissions and transaxles, differentials, clutches, transfer cases and drive axles will be covered. Noise, hard shifting and other common concerns will be covered. Diagnosis and troubleshooting will be stressed. Safety is emphasized.
Corequisites: TTEN-172
Offered: FALL Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-180: Brake Systems
A study of the theory and diagnostic repair procedures of Toyota disc and drum brake systems will be taught. Instruction will be given on brake machining equipment, hydraulic systems and component replacement on traditional and anti-lock brake systems.
Prerequisites: TTEN-170 or TTEN-175
Corequisites: TTEN-190
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
1.0 credits TTEN-185: Toyota ABS & Traction Control Syst
This course will cover Anti-Lock Brake Systems, Anti-Slip Systems and Traction Control Systems and includes theory, diagnosis and repair procedures as outlined in factory service information. Electric power steering motors, sensors and circuitry will be included. Safety will be emphasized.
Corequisites: TTEN-180
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-190: Steering & Suspension
A theory and shop course to introduce the student to Toyota steering geometry, front and rear suspension service, wheel alignment, and wheel balancing. Lab work will include instruction on the latest model vehicles steering and suspension systems.
Corequisites: TTEN-180
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
1.0 credits TTEN-195: Toyota Computer Controlled Suspensions
This course will cover the theory of operation of the electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems of the computer controlled suspension systems on Toyota vehicles. Proper service procedures and techniques will be presented. Safety will be emphasized.
Corequisites: TTEN-190
Offered: SP Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-280: Toyota Cooperative Work Educ
The student will be employed at an approved automotive repair facility which will provide relevant learning experiences that are directly related to the student's most recent classroom/laboratory experiences. Daily log and weekly reports MUST be submitted electronically once per week. The student will be supervised and evaluated jointly by his/her employer and San Juan College personnel.
Prerequisites: TTEN-120
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-281: Toyota Cooperative Work Educ
The student will be employed at an approved automotive repair facility which will provide relevant learning experiences that are directly related to the student's most recent classroom/laboratory experiences. Daily logs and weekly reports MUST be submitted electronically once per week. The student will be supervised and evaluated jointly by his/her employer and San Juan College personnel.
Prerequisites: TTEN-140 .
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-282: Toyota Cooperative Work Educ
The student will be employed at an approved automotive repair facility which will provide relevant learning experiences that are directly related to the student's most recent classroom/laboratory experiences. Daily logs and weekly reports MUST be submitted electronically once per week. The student will be supervised and evaluated jointly by his/her employer and San Juan College personnel.
Prerequisites: TTEN-160
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required
4.0 credits TTEN-283: Toyota Cooperative Work Educ
The student will be employed at an approved automotive repair facility which will provide relevant learning experiences that are directly related to the student's most recent classroom/laboratory experiences. Daily logs and weekly reports MUST be submitted electronically once per week. The student will be supervised and evaluated jointly by his/her employer and San Juan College personnel.
Prerequisites: TTEN-175
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required
0.5 - 6.0 credits TTEN-295: SPTO: (Special Topics)
Special or specific topic course to meet the needs of students. Topics and credits are announced in the Schedule of Classes. These courses may be used as electives for Associate degree requirements. May be repeated one or more times for additional credit. No more than 6 credits of special topic courses can be used toward a degree.
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required

For more information, please call Doyle Purvis at 505-566-3337. Or send an email to purvisd@sanjuancollege.edu.