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Trade & Industrial Education
TI01288
Watercraft Technician Preventative Maintenance
90.00
This course provides students with supportive background and theoretical information to develop effective skills for maintaining modern watercraft. The course is rich in hands-on activities associated with daily maintenance tasks in the watercraft shop such as diagnosing internal engine condition without teardown, servicing and adjusting drive systems, fuel delivery system service, oil changes, tune-ups, new unit setup, and storage techniques.
John Day
405-743-5146
jday@okcareertech.org
-Perform preventative maintenance for watercraft
-Troubleshoot a no-start engine complaint and diagnose need
-Inspect and service drive system
-Inspect brake wear and operation
-Inspect electrical components
-Inspect and adjust carburetor
-Change engine oil, filter and service all fluids
-Remove, lubricate, and replace control cables
-Uncrate a new watercraft and prepare it for assembly
-Assemble new watercraft
-Prepare a new watercraft for delivery
-Detail a watercraft

End of course competency exam

Motorcycle Fundamentals Service and Repair
Goodheart-Wilcox
ISBN# 1-56637-4-479-0

Manufacturer Service Manuals
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Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance Watercraft Technician