AUT 1100 Consumer Automotive
Language of automotive systems and functions. Students will perform a series of activities related to vehicle maintenance such as oil change, chassis lubrication, safety inspections, ignition tune-up, cooling system testing, brake inspections and evaluation of a used vehicle. Basic hands tools are required. One classroom, three lab hours per week.
Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
Department: Automotive Technology
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No
- Properly identify the tools and terminology that are utilized in the service of automobiles.
- Identify and express an understanding of automotive systems that apply to the operation of an automotive engine, cooling, ignition, electrical and braking systems.
- Demonstrate safe work habits when performing automotive testing or service procedures.
- Perform an in-depth analysis of a used vehicle for the purpose of purchase or evaluation to its condition and value.
- Identify braking system components for wear and serviceability.
- Perform a series of vehicle maintenance activities such as oil changes, cooling system testing, ignition tune-up and safety check inspections.
Credit Hours: 2
Classroom Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 3