Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems

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Glencoe, 1994 - Automobiles - 725 pages
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Part of the Basic Automotive Series, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems can be used in any introductory course in automotive electronics and electricity. The text opens with up-to-date coverage of electricity, magnetism, and semi-conductors. Topics that follow include starting systems, lighting systems, power accessorties, and the latest electronic systems, including speed controls and - new to this edition - automotive micro-computers. Also new to this text are ignition and passive restraint systems. The accompanying shop manual provides detailed coverage of specific repairs and service techniques using step-by-step procedures. The text and its correlated shop manual help prepare students for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification; it also provides end-of-chapter questions that use a format similar to the ASE tests. The contents of both volumes are based on the competencies and standards set by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.

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