Auto Body Repair Technology

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Cengage Learning, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 1002 pages
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The single most authoritative information resource available today, Auto Body Repair Technology, 4E explains all aspects of collision repair more clearly and in greater detail than any other collision repair book. Its 7 sections and 29 newly up-to-date chapters allow readers to gain modern professional skills as well as the technical know-how needed to tackle everything from initial collision evaluation through estimating and final paint detailing! Fully updated, all procedures incorporate the latest advances in materials and methods for doing competent repair work on late model vehicles. Valuable information on ASE certification and entrepreneurship is also included to guide readers to success in their first job and/or when starting their own auto body repair businesses.
  

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Contents

SECTION I
1
Chapter
8
Chapter 2
21
SERVICE INFORMATION
52
WELDING EQUIPMENT
179
SHOP SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY
234
Chapter 15
259
SECTION II
262
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
426
SECTION IV
448
Chapter 29
460
WELDED PANEL REPLACEMENT
536
RESTORING CORROSION
579
SECTION V
600
ELECTRICALELECTRONIC SYSTEM
668
RESTRAINT SYSTEM OPERATION
708

Appendix
269
DOOR ROOF AND GLASS
288
Chapter 11
290
Review Questions
310
Chapter 13
347
Chapter 14
372
SERVICE
394
Review Questions
731
REFINISHING PROCEDURES
830
COLOR MATCHING AND CUSTOM
871
Chapter 28
902
JOB SUCCESS AND ASE Appendix C
931
Review Questions 939 VISCOSITY CONVERSION
984
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James E. Duffy has written many of the top-selling automotive education textbooks on the market today. He is also a noted videographer who has produced over 100 vocational/technical video programs. He possesses a B.S. in industrial electronics and a B.S. in technology education from Indiana State University.

Robert Scharff (deceased) was well-known as the author of more than 300 how-to books. He served as a consultant to industry manufacturers and contributed many articles to leading how-to and trade publications

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