Motorcycle Mechanic Technical Course in Rawalpindi
To prepared and train a student to become a motorcycle mechanic to earn a respectable living and learners will be able to work as skilled worker.
Your program consists of eight Instruction Sets written to take you step-by-step through the knowledge and skills you’ll use in your new career.
Introduction to Motorcycle and ATV Repair
Career opportunities; types of motorcycles and ATVs; tools; safety.
Motorcycle and ATV Engine Configurations
Engine ratings; single- and multi-cylinder two- and four-stroke engines.
Practical Exercise 1
Four-Stroke Internal-Combustion Engine
Four-stroke engine operation; basic components; compression and ignition.
Two-Stroke Internal-Combustion Engine
Two-stroke engine operation; the advantages and disadvantages of two-stroke engines.
Practical Exercise 2
Lubrication and Cooling Systems
Lubricants; oil types; bearings; bushings; seals; two- and four-stroke engine lubrication; air and liquid cooling systems.
Operation and design of carburetors; fuel delivery and injection systems; fuel tank and accessories.
Clutches, Transmissions, and Drives
Clutch types and repair; inspecting and replacing transmission components; final drive systems.
Practical Exercise 3
Two-Stroke Engine Top End Inspection
Removal of engine and top end components; top end reassembly; installing the engine.
Two-Stroke Engine Lower End Inspection
Removing external engine components; crankshaft repair; lower end reassembly.
Four-Stroke Engine Top End Inspection
Engine removal; disassembly, inspection and reassembly of top end; engine installation and break-in.
Four-Stroke Engine Lower End Inspection
Removing electrical components, clutch, and oil pump; crankshaft disassembly and inspection; engine reassembly.
Practical Exercise 4
AC and DC current; circuits; electrical measurement.
Charging and Ignition Systems
Operation of charging and ignition systems; types and components; troubleshooting and maintenance.
DC Circuits for Motorcycles and ATVs
Starting systems; lighting and special accessory circuits; warning gauges/lights.
Practical Exercise 5
Equipment: Digital Multimeter
Frames, Steering, and Suspension
Motorcycle/ATV frames; front and rear suspension; steering systems.
Brakes, Wheel Assemblies, and Tires
Drum and hydraulic disc brakes; anti-lock braking systems (ABS); wheel assemblies and axles.
Practical Exercise 6
Engine maintenance; emission systems controls operation and maintenance; detailing/cleaning; storage.
Troubleshooting drive system, electrical, carburetion, chassis, and engine-related problems.
Practical Exercise 7
Work Experience Option