The capstone course in a three course engine performance series. Students
will utilize skills developed in the first two courses to perform drivability
diagnostics on all related engine systems. Emphasis on advanced application
of scan tools and digital storage oscilloscopes (DSO) in the diagnosis of hard
to find system problems, especially intermittent concerns. Students will be
required to complete associated tasks in the shop as specified by NATEF (National
Automotive Training Educational Foundation). Preparation for ASE Advanced Engine
Performance (L-1) Certification.
CSU- Transfers to the California State University system for at least elective credit.
Recommended Preparation: AUTO 123 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better or "Pass"
5 UNITS : 3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory