T1912F-UK.PC

Market Launch – A-Class Plug-in Hybrid Model Series W177

Milton Keynes
6
1 day
Fee: £245 (cancellation : £490)

Course Information:

The Participant can:

  • 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
  • Design and function of the drivetrain
  • Control and display concept
  • Maintenance and repair work and first diagnostic steps
  • Removing voltage from the vehicle
  • Demonstration of special-purpose vehicles
  • Special considerations when exchanging components
  • Location of hybrid-specific components
  • Primary functions of hybrid components
  • Charging variants
  • Indicator lamps during charging
  • Background information: range, charging time
  • Networking
  • Qualification concept

Mandatory prerequisites:

T1912V-UK.PC - A-Class Plug-in Hybrid Model Series W177 Virtual Classroom

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

Systems Technician

Introduction

The Participant can:

  • 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
  • Design and function of the drivetrain
  • Control and display concept
  • Maintenance and repair work and first diagnostic steps
  • Removing voltage from the vehicle
  • Demonstration of special-purpose vehicles
  • Special considerations when exchanging components
  • Location of hybrid-specific components
  • Primary functions of hybrid components
  • Charging variants
  • Indicator lamps during charging
  • Background information: range, charging time
  • Networking
  • Qualification concept
Requirements

Mandatory prerequisites:

T1912V-UK.PC - A-Class Plug-in Hybrid Model Series W177 Virtual Classroom

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

Systems Technician