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Engine Performance Lab
ENG PERF LAB
CLASS CODE: AUTO 235L CREDITS:  0
DIVISION: PHYSICAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: Perform diagnosis and service on vehicles in the area of: fuel, ignition, and emissions systems. How to access vehicle computer control information of each of the above listed systems. This is the lab portion of Auto 235.
TAUGHT: Winter
CONTENT AND TOPICS: Students will learn how to troubleshoot and service fuel injection, ignition, and emission systems. Students will also be responsible for the ordering and billing of parts as well as coordinating repair work with the customer.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: Comprehend and perform engine condition testing.
Comprehend fuel system operation and service.
Comprehend ignition system operation and service.
Comprehend emission system operation and service.
Comprehend computerized engine control of all the above systems and how each of them affect vehicle performance.
REQUIREMENTS: Students will be required to complete textbook assignments, attend lectures, multi-media presentations, and hands-on experience. Learning assessment will be done by testing and practical experience. One page papers are also required. Concurrent enrollment in Auto 235L and Auto 095. A set of hand tools. See the tool list on the automotive department's web page.
PREREQUISITES: Be an automotive major or have the instructor's consent.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: January 1998