General Motors ASEP course to include a detailed study of electronic engine
controls on modern automobiles. Emphasis on electronic engine control system
theory of operation and repair to include discussion of sensors, processors
and actuators, and system diagnosis and repair. On-board computer logic and
strategies will be presented. Also covers all major topics dealing with automotive
air conditioning including refrigeration theory, system evacuation and recovery,
leak repair, compressor repair, component replacement, and manual and automatic
temperature control. 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