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Diesel Technology: Electrical And Electronic Systems, Student Workbook, 3rd Edition

  • MAVCC
  • Allan Ready
  • Ricky Kaufman
  • Jerry Bogle
  • ISBN-10: 076379628X
  • ISBN-13: 9780763796280
  • 0 Pages | Paperback
  • COPYRIGHT: 2006 Published
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Overview

About the Product

Diesel Technology: Electrical and Electronic Systems, Student Workbook provides an introduction to electrical and electronic systems, circuit and circuit devices, and vehicle computer controls. This completely revamped and more in-depth publication addresses electronic systems to include computer controls, driver information systems, and electronic gauges. Includes 40 assignment sheets and 64 job sheets addressing all NATEF tasks. This publication also addresses basic diagnosis and repair skills for the battery, starting systems, charging systems, lighting systems, driver information systems and related electrical components and accessories. NATEF/ASE tasks for Heavy-Duty Truck Technician Electrical and Electronic are taught in this publication and are identified in a crosswalk document in the teacher’s edition. For each section, the student will find: • Assignment Sheet—Reinforces the student’s knowledge through a variety of learning activities. • Job Sheets—Provide everything a student needs to know to complete a task, including: o Instructions o Tools, Equipment, and Materials listing o Procedure checklist • Worksheet

Features

  • Diesel Technology: Electrical and Electronic Systems is part of the Diesel Technology Series

  • The Diesel Technology Series offers a comprehensive approach to the knowledge and practical application needed to help produce well-trained, entry-level technicians. To ensure that the content is relevant to the industry, measurable and observable outcomes are aligned to the NATEF/ASE skill standards. The instructional materials provided as part of this series are designed to help support the training offered through secondary and postsecondary programs around the United States.

Table of Contents

Unit One: Introduction to Diesel Electrical and Electronic Systems
Unit Two: Understanding Circuit and Circuit Devices
Unit Three: Developing Basic Diagnosis and Repair Skills
Unit Four: Understanding Vehicle Computer Controls
Unit Five: Battery Diagnosis and Servicing
Unit Six: Starting Systems Diagnosis and Repair
Unit Seven: Charging Systems Diagnosis and Repair
Unit Eight: Lighting Systems Diagnosis and Repair
Unit Nine: Driver Information Systems Diagnosis and Repair
Unit Ten: Related Electrical Components
Unit Eleven: Miscellaneous Electrical Accessories