T1913V-UK.PC

Market Launch – A-Class Plug-in Hybrid Model Series W177 Product technology and services for Service Advisors

In Retailer
12
0.5 day
Fee: £120 (cancellation : £240)

Course Information:

  • Describe the design of the drivetrain
  • Describe the function of the control and display concept
  • Describe the basic functions of the drivetrain components
  • De-energize the W177 plug-in hybrid using the diagnostics system
  • Describe the maintenance work scopes
  • Describe the special considerations when exchanging components
  • Describe the basic hybrid functions in the W177 plug-in hybrid
  • Describe the qualification concept
  • Describe system relationships in terms of range and charging time
  • Name the maintenance scopes
  • Adapt vehicle high voltage settings to suit the customer requirements such as pre-entry climate control, charge settings and MBUX voice commands.
  • List the high voltage safety measures implemented to guarantee intrinsic safety of the A250e.
  • Support colleagues on how to safely handle high voltage lithion-ion batteries and be aware of specific UK instructions.
  • Support colleagues & customers on how to care for high voltage batteries whether in a stock vehicle or customer vehicle.
  • Inform colleagues and customers of the different driving modes and how these affect high voltage battery and vehicle performance.
  • List the different high voltage battery charging options and be able advise customers on the benefits of DC charging.
  • Retrofit the DC charging option to the A250e

Mandatory prerequisites:

T1835E-UK.PC – e-learning Market Launch – A-Class Model Series W177

T0103E-UK.PC - e-learning - High Voltage Awareness

Additional Information:

 All participants must have their own D5 user details. The user account must be functioning and include access to GTLS and WIS as a minimum requirement.

We do not have generic user ID's

System Technician

Information for accessing the Virtual Classroom and the times of the session is found in the course syllabus.
Sessions are offered with both AM and PM start times.

Introduction
  • Describe the design of the drivetrain
  • Describe the function of the control and display concept
  • Describe the basic functions of the drivetrain components
  • De-energize the W177 plug-in hybrid using the diagnostics system
  • Describe the maintenance work scopes
  • Describe the special considerations when exchanging components
  • Describe the basic hybrid functions in the W177 plug-in hybrid
  • Describe the qualification concept
  • Describe system relationships in terms of range and charging time
  • Name the maintenance scopes
Contents
  • Adapt vehicle high voltage settings to suit the customer requirements such as pre-entry climate control, charge settings and MBUX voice commands.
  • List the high voltage safety measures implemented to guarantee intrinsic safety of the A250e.
  • Support colleagues on how to safely handle high voltage lithion-ion batteries and be aware of specific UK instructions.
  • Support colleagues & customers on how to care for high voltage batteries whether in a stock vehicle or customer vehicle.
  • Inform colleagues and customers of the different driving modes and how these affect high voltage battery and vehicle performance.
  • List the different high voltage battery charging options and be able advise customers on the benefits of DC charging.
  • Retrofit the DC charging option to the A250e
Requirements

Mandatory prerequisites:

T1835E-UK.PC – e-learning Market Launch – A-Class Model Series W177

T0103E-UK.PC - e-learning - High Voltage Awareness

Additional Information:

 All participants must have their own D5 user details. The user account must be functioning and include access to GTLS and WIS as a minimum requirement.

We do not have generic user ID's

Designed for

System Technician

Special Instructions

Information for accessing the Virtual Classroom and the times of the session is found in the course syllabus.
Sessions are offered with both AM and PM start times.