General Motors ASEP course to include a detailed study of modern automotive
braking systems and service procedures, including two and four wheel electronic
anti- lock brake system operation and repair. Laboratory experience will cover
drum and disc brake system inspection, adjustment and repair procedures. Also
covers modern suspension and steering systems including electronic ride control,
steering, and four wheel alignment principles as applied to checking and correcting
alignment settings. Repair and replacement of suspension components. Additional
training in wheel balancing. Emphasis on practical experience on "live" automobiles.
Preparation for ASE and GM certification. Complemented by required work experience
in a dealership.
CSU- Transfers to the California State University system for at least elective credit.
Prerequisite: AUTO 200 or equivalent with a grade of "C"
or better or "Pass"
Recommended Preparation: None
7 UNITS : 5 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory