Automotive Maintenance II
Auto Maintenance Two is a one-semester course designed to give the student a series of opportunities to learn more about the operation, care and repair of the vehicle.
The student will have the opportunity to learn about and investigate automotive emission systems, cooling systems, ignition systems, engine tune-up, starting and charging systems and advanced brake work. The class is divided into approximately fifty percent classroom activities and fifty percent lab activities. Each student is encouraged to be present if at all possible because of the difficulty of reproducing the lab activities at a later date.
To enroll in this class, the student must have successfully completed Small engine tech, Auto maintenance one and have a valid Iowa drivers license.
Modern Automotive Technology by: James E. Duffy is the basic text for this class but various other texts, repair manuals or computer programs are used to obtain information that is needed.
- Automotive emission systems theory & service
- Automotive cooling system theory & service
- Automotive ignition theory & service
- Automotive tune-up theory & service
- Advanced brake system diagnosis & repair
- Automotive starting and charging service & repair