Year two begins with Engine Performance. Including Electronic ignition systems,Electronic fuel injection, Emission control devices, Electrical sensors and diagnosing faults within these systems. Next, the students will learn Braking systems. This includes Disc and Drum brake components and functions, diagnostics and repair procedures, Brake hydraulic systems, Wheel bearing functions and operations, and the basics of Anti-Lock braking systems. We then move onto Manual Drive Train and Axles. We will cover Manual Transmission and Transaxle principals, Clutch system and operation and Four wheel drive fundamentals. Finally in our last unit we cover Heating and Air Conditioning systems including: Heating system components and operation as well as Air Conditioning components and operations. We also Study Maine State Inspection standards and Prepare for the Exam, Which will be given by Personnel from the Maine State Police Motor Vehicle Inspection Unit.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Automotive Technology I and instructor recommendation
This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri.
This course is held at Sanford Regional Technical Center .