Cooling System Operation and Parts
HEA02e

Course format: Online training with posttest
I-CAR Credit Hours: 2 hours
Estimated Duration: 2 hours
Pricing
Gold Class: $76.00
Platinum: $76.00
Standard: $92.00

This course helps satisfy ProLevel training requirements for the following roles:
Steel Structural Technician
Aluminum Structural Technician
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians

This course is an Annual Training option for the following roles:
Estimator
Steel Structural Technician
Aluminum Structural Technician
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
Auto Physical Damage Appraiser

If you are a Steel Structural Technician Role Rep or Aluminum Structural Technician Role Rep looking to meet your ProLevel 2 requirements, you may take the Live course HEA01 or the Online courses HEA02e and HEA03e instead – a combined savings of 3 credit hours over the Live course HEA01.

If you are an Electrical/Mechanical Technician Role Rep looking to meet your ProLevel 1 requirements, you may take the Live course HEA01 or the Online courses HEA02e and HEA03e instead – a combined savings of 3 credit hours over the Live course HEA01.

  • Understand cooling system operation and how to properly inspect parts
  • Understand the function of radiators and water pumps, plus considerations for repairing different types of water pumps
  • Identify auxiliary coolers and temperature controls

Module 1 – Cooling System Operation
The course opens by explaining types of heat transfer and cooling systems. Inspection and analysis of heating and cooling methods will be introduced to the student in this module.

Module 2 – Radiators and Water Pumps
The second module describes the construction of a radiator and how to properly inspect parts for damage. This module also describes considerations for repairing types of water pumps, coolant passages, and water jackets.

Module 3 – Heater and Hoses
This module describes heater cores, valves, and hoses, plus inspection and replacement procedures.

Module 4 – Auxiliary Coolers and Temperature Controls
The course concludes highlighting location, inspection, and replacement of oil coolers, thermostats, and electrical controls.