Automotive Technology (Honda PACT) (AUTHO.S.CRT)
37.0 Credit Hours
The Honda Automotive Certificate program is designed to train students to become Honda automotive technicians without pursuing an associate degree. Students will expand their knowledge of the automotive Honda service industry and secure employment with a Honda/Acura dealership. The Sinclair Automotive Technology programs are master certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) NATEF was founded as an independent, nonprofit organization with a single mission: To evaluate technician training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry. Since 1983, the NATEF process has resulted in certified automotive training programs in all 50 states at the secondary and post-secondary levels.
- Diagnose/repair brake, anti-lock and power booster systems. Diagnose/repair suspension and steering components. Perform vehicle alignments.
- Diagnose automotive electrical and accessory system problems. Utilize DVOM meters, scopes and other electrical testing equipment to troubleshoot battery, charging and hybrid propulsion systems.
- Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Diagnose and repair manual transmission systems, drivelines and differentials.
- Perform entry-level engine overhaul, precision measurements; perform machining and engine mechanical service.
- Diagnose and repair heating and air conditioning systems, including automatic climate-control systems.
- Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Utilize scan tools, scopes, DVOM meters and other test equipment in troubleshooting engine and drivability problems.
- Demonstrate analytical and logical thinking skills in diagnosing mechanical and practical applied problems.
- Utilize safe and environmental skills in applying automotive service repair practices.
- Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Diagnose and repair automatic transmission/transaxle systems, torque converters and 4-wheel drive/all-wheel drive systems.