EV and Hybrid Training – Shop Tour

From WeberAuto.

Check out our fantastic new shop where all of the EV and Hybrid training takes place. Join me for three Hybrid and Electric Vehicle training courses at Weber State University (WSU). Two of the classes are online, and one is an on-campus 5-day Boot Camp. See http://www.weber.edu/evtraining for more information, boot camp dates, and to register.

There is one Bootcamp left for 2021 and six new EV Boot Camp Dates for 2022.
– November 1-5, 2021
– March 7 – 11, 2022
– May 9 -13, 2022
– June 6 – 10, 2022
– July 11 – 15, 2022
– August 8 – 12, 2022
– October 31 through November 4, 2022

0:00 Start
0:08 Introduction
0:50 External view of the Computer and Automotive Engineering Building
1:50 The lobby and our museum
2:22 Entry to the EV and hybrid shop
2:35 Bolt EV drive unit and Hybrid engines
3:08 The Tesla Wall and high voltage components
4:19 The Nissan LEAF high voltage components
4:42 Prius Power-Split Device (PSD) mockup
4:52 1st and 2nd Generation Chevrolet Volt, BMW i3, and Nissan Leaf Batteries
5:10 High voltage safety wall and battery room
6:05 Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model S battery modules
7:00 AC Level 2 and Level 1 EVSEs throughout the shop
7:22 4th and 3rd generation Prius
7:58 My wife’s 2019 Bolt EV waiting for the recall to be performed
8:10 2nd generation Chevrolet Volt
8:18 1st generation Subaru Crosstrek hybrid
8:30 2018 Tesla Model S P100D
8:37 2020 Ford Explorer hybrid
9:28 The other side of the shop and the GM training center
9:55 Special service tool storage
10:18 The Parallel Hybrid section of the shop
10:38 The Ford 10R80-MHT hybrid transmission
12:41 Hyundai, Kia, Honda, and Acura Parallel Hybrids
12:57 The cooling system service station
13:30 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, battery, and service tools for the recall
14:00 The GM EL-50332 battery cell voltage balancing and discharge tool
14:18 The battery cover smoke leak check machine
14:38 The Ford, GM, Lexus, and Honda 10-Speed automatic transmissions
15:00 High voltage insulated tools (Wiha brand) for EV and hybrid system service work
16:10 The Ford Explorer Hybrid high-voltage battery
16:32 The Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid Parallel hybrid system
17:03 The Series Hybrid section of the shop (Chevrolet and Honda)
17:49 The Power-Split (Series-Parallel) Hybrid section of the shop
18:10 The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, generation Prius hybrid powertrains
18:15 The 1st, 2nd, 3rd generation Ford hybrid powertrains
18:20 Lexus rear-wheel drive and Chrysler Pacifica hybrid powertrains
18:30 Toyota RAV4 front and rear motors
18:52 The differential, axle, and manual drivetrain section of the shop
19:25 Hybrid braking, high voltage cable diagnostics, and a Honda Accord high voltage battery
19:52 Ford Fusion, 3rd Gen Prius, and 4th gen Prius high voltage batteries
20:18 Electric air-conditioning, heating, battery heating, and chilling systems
20:28 Tesla Model 3 high voltage components
20:55 Ford Fusion, 3rd Gen Prius, and 4th gen Prius transaxles and inverters
21:23 The classroom tables and large screen TV display for training classes
21:56 The Chevrolet Bolt EV wall and drive motor
22:35 More vehicles: 1st gen Prius, Nissan LEAF, and a new Mustang Mach-E GT
23:00 Summary and training signup

To view Professor Kelly’s credentials, see https://www.weber.edu/automotive/J_Kelly.html

Link with Professor Kelly on Linked-in at https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-d-kelly-37ab6bb/

Weber State University (WSU) Davis Campus is located in Layton, Utah, U.S.A. Learn more about the Weber State University Department of Automotive Technology at http://www.weber.edu/automotive

Proceeds from these courses help fund the hybrid and electric vehicle training programs here at WSU.

Please consider a donation to the Department of Automotive Technology at Weber State University here: http://advancement.weber.edu/Automotive