Graduates will have the ability to diagnosis, troubleshoot and disassemble small engines; replace pistons, bearings, gears, valves and bushings; install ignition systems; perform wheel alignment and replace steering/suspension components; replace clutches, transmissions and parts; lubricate moving parts; diagnose problems with and replace chassis assemblies; disassemble and replace hydraulic brakes; preform necessary maintenance and checks on various pieces of equipment. The skills will be taught in both classroom and lab environments. 



The Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technology program covers not just motorcycles, but also a variety of power equipment. Students learn pretty much everything bumper to bumper on a motorcycle except body work, so breaking down the engines to the block and rebuilding them, transmissions, fuel and exhaust systems, electrical, tires, brakes, and suspension. We cover different pieces of power equipment like dirtbikes and ATVs, side-by-sides, and riding lawnmowers.

In addition, smaller pieces of equipment like push mowers, pressure washers, roto-tillers, and snow blowers are covered, even getting into two-cycle engines like on a chainsaw or gas trimmer. Students also learn a little bit about aquatic engines, focusing mostly on outboard engines and jet-skis.

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The students will acquire the entry-level skills necessary to work in the small engine repair field. The skills can be applied to motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, motorboats, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, riding tractors, lawn mowers and various pieces of power equipment. 


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The students will perform repairs on various small engines. The students will use
a computerized information system, tire machine, brake equipment, gas analyzer, diagnostic computer scanners, lab scopes, fuel injection test equipment, basic engine testing tools, specialized transmission tools, electronic circuit testing tools and meters. 



Program Name:Motorcycle & Power Equipment Technology

This program is designed to be completed in: 60 Weeks 

This program will cost $22,486.00 if completed within normal time.  There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.  

Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with $0  of debt.  

The following States do not have licensure requirements for this profession: Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

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