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24 sausio, 2023

Hybrid Powertrain – Components and Function

Hybrid vehicles are an essential bridge between Internal Combustion Engines and Full Electric vehicles, offering a range of benefits to both the owner and environment. Just like any other electro/mechanical system, these powertrains require maintenance and repairs.

In our latest training module, launching December 14, we will take you through the main hybrid powertrain components and their function, helping you diagnose faults you may be faced with when a hybrid vehicle enters your workshop.

Hybrid Powertrain Components and Function – New Autodata training module alert

Hybrid vehicles are increasing in popularity with buyers every day, with nearly all vehicle manufacturers having hybrid models available right now or coming in the very near future.

While hybrids offer a range of advantages to both the owner and environment, like any electro/mechanical system, these powertrains require maintenance and repairs to prolong their service life. With this in mind, it’s only a matter of when, not if, you’ll see a hybrid electric vehicle come into the workshop requiring some form of diagnostic work to be completed on it.

In the first addition to our new course on Full Hybrid Powertrain Systems, we will take you through the components and function of hybrid powertrains.

The topics covered in this training module include:

  • – The individual components of a Power Split eCVT Hybrid Powertrain
  • – The role and function of each powertrain component
  • – How these components operate to make the hybrid vehicle achieve its full potential

With the surging popularity of hybrid vehicles, it’s important that technicians have a good understanding of the individual components of the hybrid powertrain system, as this will aid in the diagnosis of a variety of faults that might occur.

This module will be the latest addition to our growing library of over 350 technical training videos, covering the following key areas:

Electrical   |   Engine   |   Chassis   |   Drivetrain   |   Driver Assist

HVAC   |   Diagnostics   |   Servicing   |   Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

Eligible subscribers can jump into this new module using the Training button in their Autodata account from December 14. Happy training!

Hybrid vehicles are increasing in popularity with buyers every day, with nearly all vehicle manufacturers having hybrid models available right now or coming in the very near future.

In the first addition to our new course on Full Hybrid Powertrain Systems, we will take you through the components and function of hybrid powertrains, giving you an understanding of:

  • – The individual components of a Power Split eCVT Hybrid Powertrain,
  • – The role and function of each powertrain component, and
  • – How these components operate to make the hybrid vehicle achieve its full potential

With the surging popularity of hybrid vehicles, it’s only a matter of when, not if, you’ll see a hybrid electric vehicle come into the workshop requiring some form of diagnostic work to be completed on it. Having a firm knowledge of the components that are used in a hybrid powertrain will help you diagnose the issues you are faced with.

Log into Autodata and start training now!

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