Light Duty Diesel Technology
What do our students learn?
Light diesel engine diagnosis, emissions systems, inspection, adjustment, and
repair using service information
Diagnose and repair clutches, manual transmissions, drive lines, differential
assemblies, and transaxles
- Diagnose and repair common light vehicle diesel trucks and automobiles
- Proper automotive HVAC system safety, maintenance, testing and repair
All five remaining ASE areas of repair: automatic transmission, steering and
suspension, brake systems, electrical systems, and ignition systems
Why CEI's Light Diesel program?
- 9:1 Student-to-teacher ratio
- Learn in a live shop
- ASE Master-certified instructors
- 1200 hours of experience
How Long Will it Take?
The Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC):
- 4 full-time semesters (22 months)
The Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS)
4 full-time semesters including 5 general education classes (29 months)
Where are our Graduates Working?
- Large and small car dealerships
- Nationally and local repair shops
- Auto parts dealers
- Service stations and truck stops
- Construction companies
- Semi-truck and farm equipment dealers
How much do our graduates make?
Anticipated entry wage is $26,688 to $52,992
This program is new and requires more time to get accurate employment data from
(208) 524-3000 ext. 4