AUTO TECHNOLOGY II
Prerequisite: Auto Technology I
This course covers an advanced study of topics covered in the prerequisite course, plus additional instruction in two major areas of study. The major areas of concentration are steering, suspension, wheel alignment, and an extensive unit on engine performance/drivability. The steering, suspension, and wheel alignment unit covers all aspects of current vehicle steering and suspension designs. The engine performance/drivability unit covers a vast number of topics including electronic fuel injection, computerized engine control, exhaust gas emission testing/analysis, ignition systems, and compression, and leak down testing.
“State of the Art” diagnostic equipment will be emphasized throughout this unit. This course is exclusively designed to provide the student with relevant and realistic “hands-on” training for preparation into the automotive servicing field as well as establishing a foundation for possible careers in Product Testing Technician, Dynamometer Technician, Service Manager, Parts Manager, Factory Service Representative, and Engineering Technician. Students should be able to obtain state mechanical certification in steering, suspension, and engine performance after successful completion of this course.
- NATEF certification is available.
- Internships are available through the A-YES Program.
- Articulation is available with Washtenaw Community College.
- This class is a full year which gets an "early start."
If you have any questions, please e-mail Timothy J. Timoszyk Or visit Mr. Timoszyk's Website
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