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Practical Assessments

For use with


International Level 3 Diploma in Light
Vehicle Maintenance and Repair

INT-LV3-D

Please read Assessor and Verifier Guidance prior to delivering these Practical Assessments.

Please Note: The number of tasks that require completing for each unit are specified in the
evidence requirements of the Assessment Criteria document for each qualification.
e.g. 3 systems out of 5 listed

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INT L3 LV Vehicle Maintenance and Repair

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV07 Task 2-Engine management

Learner Name: MR. SANGAMAN Date of activities 27/01/2017


(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details
Reg No: TRAINING CAR Approx year: (01/02)
Make: Mercedes Benz Model: W210 (E Class 200 Kompressor)/AG
Eng/VIN No: WDB2100482B493959

Tick tasks
Customer Request: carried out
()

1. Diagnose and rectify engine difficult to start


Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

1) Safety step carry out


-Place the car on a straight surface
-Disconnect the negative terminal
-Wait for engine to cool down
-Make sure there is no interference while working
-Use jacks which were in good condition

2) Tools/equipment use and preparation


-Scan tool, connect the scan tool from the car via cable through laptop (Follow instruction from service manual)
-Combination spanner & socket box
-Safety jacks

3) Fault, Symptoms and Possible cause

FAULT SYMPTOMS POSSIBLE CAUSE

Engine Malfunction Check Engine light appears after -Loosen fuel cap
start
-O2 sensor malfunction

-Spark plugs worn out

-Problem on Mass Air flow sensor

-Battery low voltage

Engine Difficult to start Car makes clicking noise but wont -Starter malfunction
start
-Battery low voltage

-Wiring problem

-Fuel pump malfunction

4) Brief on work process (step) carry out (Refer to pg5-6)


-Firstly check the battery voltage then move on the fuse and relay
-After that verify the fuel pressure before moving to fuel pump and its relay
-Check the starter motor and its relay
-Ensure check on spark plug and also the coils before checking the crankshaft position sensor
-Check the wiring and lastly further inspect on the ECM.

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5) Test measurement , result and manufacture specification (Refer to pg7)

6) Confirmation on fault
-After testing and comparing it to the manufacture spec I have confirm that the fault is fuel filter integrated with
Pressure regulator

7) Verification and evaluation process on fault rectify


- I visual checked the fuse of the fuel pump.
- Then I checked the voltage of the fuel pump relay.
- After that by using a fuel pressure gauge I check the pressure.

Recommendations for repair


I recommend the customer to change the fuel filter integrated with pressure regulator so that the car wont have
difficulties on starting

PPE worn and special precautions taken: Technical data used to complete task:

1) Safety precaution taken for the task Fault code P0001


-Have a fire extinguisher in case of emergency
-More concern on hot stuff and moving parts
-No disturbance before working

2) Safety equipment/ tools wear during the task Resistance reading Refer to pg7
-Safety boots
-Safety goggle
-Hand Glove
Special tools used including any calibration required: Further faults found:

1) Equipment/ tools using for the task -No further faults were found.
-Safety boots
-Safety goggle
-Hand Glove
-Fire extinguisher

2) Special tool needed for the task


-Scan tool
-Multi meter

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD:


LV07 Task 2 Engine Management
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LO: Assessment Criteria
2.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying
2. out rectification activities
2.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment
4.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including:
a. vehicle technical data
b. diagnostic test procedures
4.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including:
4. a. vehicle technical data
b. diagnostic test procedures
4.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle
engine system faults
5.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities
5. 5.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers requirements
5.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle engine diagnostic and rectification activities
6.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented
6.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement
accurately
6.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following:
a. manufacturers instructions
b. recognised researched repair methods
6. c. workplace procedures
d. recognised health and safety requirements
6.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification 6.5. Adjust components
and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements
6.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified
6.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification
7.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required
7. 7.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs
5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor :


Passed
Learning Outcome: (Tick)
2. The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others
4. The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information
5. The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment
6. The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures
7. The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations
Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a
Assessor decision:
() learner is referred:

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PASS
I confirm that the learners work was to
an acceptable standard and met the
assessment criteria of the unit

REFER
The work carried out did not achieve the
standards specified by the assessment
criteria (written feedback to learner)

Assessor Name (Print): Assessor PIN: Date:

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MR. SIEW WEI FOOK

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner:

The section below is to be completed by the learner :


I confirm that the work carried out was
my own, and that I received feedback Learner name (Print): Learner Signature: Date:
from the Assessor
MR.SANGAMAN

START

Engine difficult to start

Fault code: P0001

Verify the voltage of the battery

NO
Charge / Replace Is voltage
the battery between 11
-14v ?
YES

Check the fuse and relay

Fuse blown? Is relay in good


NO YES
condition ?
YES
NO
Change the fuse Replace it to a new one

Check the fuel pressure

NO YES
Check fuel pump Fuel pressure at
and relay 60 psi?

Check the starter motor relay


NO
Problem on Fuel
pump relay?

6 Relay
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YES

Replace the relay

NO YES

NO
Fuel pump Change
Check the
malfunction? the relay
starter motor

YES
Change the fuel pump
1

NO Is starter
Change the starter motor motor
functioning
normally?

YES

Check the spark plugs and coils

NO NO Coils
Spark plug
worn out? malfunction?

YES YES

Replace new spark plug Change new coils

Check the crankshaft


position sensor

YES
Sensor
Change new sensors
malfunction
?
NO

Check the wires

Problem Replace the wires


NO on YES
wiring?
Check the Engine
Control Module (ECM)
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NO The engine will


ECM
malfunction start as usual
?
YES
END
Change the ECM

COMPONENT VALUE SPECIFICATIONS STATUS

FUEL PUMP RELAY 11.45v 10-12v Okay

FUSE COLOUR WHITE WHITE Okay

FUSE RATING 25A 25A Okay

FUSE NUMBER 6 6 Okay

FUEL PRESSURE 0psi 35-40psi Not okay

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