Automotive Technology II, Certificate
This certificate is designed to prepare the student for above entry-level positions in the automotive service industry. The Certificate of Competency in Automotive Technology II will be awarded upon successful completion of the competencies outlined below.
Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be able to:
- Define OBD (On-Board Diagnostics).
- Utilize testing tools to retrieve malfunction codes from the computer system.
- Identify importance of emission controls and emission control procedures.
- Test input sensors, and actuator sensors.
- Identify EGR (Exhaust, Gas, and Recirculation) Systems.
- Measure, assemble and install new parts as required.
- Differentiate between 4-wheel drive and all wheels drive vehicles.
- Service 4-wheel drive and all wheels drive vehicles.
- Identify hydraulic systems.
- Remove, overhaul and reinstall transmission/transaxle in vehicles.
- Restore units back to manufacturer's specifications.
- Demonstrate using two or more 02 sensors.
- Solve case studies of vehicle engine parts and malfunctions.
- Utilize AC and DC test instruments.
- Recognize delayed lighting and running lamps.
- Install and repair automatic locks, security and anti-theft devices.
- Install and repair radios and speakers systems.
- Replace and repair electronic heat grids on rear windows.
- Utilize automatic vehicle leveling systems.
Total Credits: 21
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