Hybrid/EV 1

Course Description

This three-day, hands-on workshop delves deep into hybrid and EV powertrain component operation, the function of those components as a system, and the interpretation of diagnostic data that will help you diagnose issues. For hybrids, we will focus on the Toyota hybrid system; for EVs, the focus is on Tesla vehicles.


Students will become familiar with the basics of hybrid and EV powertrains — component functions, system operation and co-operation, proper maintenance — and build a body of knowledge that will prepare them to learn how to successfully diagnose and repair hybrid and electric vehicles.

Learning Objectives

Learning objectives include:

  • Understanding and identifying modes of operation from scan data
  • Battery pack and battery pack component diagnosis
  • Battery precharge system charge and discharge strategies
  • How the inverter and boost converter control motor-generators
  • Toyota brake-by wire systems and fail-safe modes
  • Series-parallel hybrid transaxle operation
  • Diagnosing hybrid engine no-starts from scan data
  • Real-world case studies from our shop
  • And much more

Course Length/Cost

Three eight-hour days, $2520 per student

Two eight-hour days, $1,680 per student

Dates Available

Monday – Wednesday, January 22 – 24

Saturday – Sunday, February 10 – 11 (2 day course)

Monday – Wednesday, February 12 – 14

Tuesday – Thursday, March 5 – 7

Monday – Wednesday, March 25 – 27

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