Second in a three course series dealing with engine performance. Emphasizes the use of computers for the control of fuel and air delivery to the engine. Topics include: input and output devices, basic computer operation, closed loop fuel control, computer-assisted carburetion, computer-controlled fuel injection, turbochargers and superchargers, scan tool diagnostics, digital lab scope diagnostics, OBD II diagnostic. Students will be required to complete associated tasks in the shop as specified by NATEF (National Automotive Training Educational Foundation). Final preparation for ASE Engine Performance (A-8) Certification.
CSU- Transfers to the California State University system for at least elective credit.
Recommended Preparation: AUTO 120 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better or "Pass"
5 UNITS : 3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory