Automotive Service Job Sheets for NATEF Task Mastery

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Cengage Learning, Sep 6, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 816 pages
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Help your students master the skills they need to succeed in the automotive industry, with nearly 200 hands-on lab and shop activities correlated to National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) tasks for all eight Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) systems. With content organized by technology area for convenient reference, this dynamic, full-color manual provides detailed illustrations with step-by-step instructions for all major service, diagnostic, and repair procedures, from engines to electronics. Extensive new and updated material makes the Second Edition of this valuable resource even more useful, with performance-based worksheets covering everything on the current NATEF Task List--more than 450 tasks in all! In addition, integrated assessment and critical thinking questions help students reflect on their work, enhance their understanding, and develop important real-world skills they can apply as working automotive professionals.
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Contents

Exploring Automotive Careers
1
Preparing a Service Record
4
Research Vehicle and Service Information
8
Locating and Using Service Information
12
Using Precision Measuring Tools
17
Thread Repair
22
Using a Vehicle Hoist
28
Rotating Tires
35
Retrieve and Record OBD II Codes
406
Connecting and Using a Scan Tool to View the Data Stream and Diagnose Failures
409
Using a DSO and a GMM to Test ComputerControlled Engine Sensors
412
Engine Vacuum Testing
418
Engine Compression Testing
421
Engine Power Balance Testing
424
Engine Cylinder Leakage Testing
426
Diagnosing Exhaust Smoke Colors
429

Perform an Oil and Filter Change
38
Inspect an Engine for Fluid Leaks
44
Proper Handling and Usage of Brake Fluid
47
Inspect Power Steering Fluid Level and Condition
51
Inspecting and Servicing the PCV System
54
Basic Tire Inspection
56
Lubricate Suspension and Steering Systems
59
Inspect Drain Refill and Flush a Manual TransmissionTransaxle
62
Inspect Drain Refill and Flush a Final Drive Unit
66
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Operation
70
Measuring and Calculating Engine Displacement
73
Identifying Upper End Engine Components
76
Identifying Lower End Engine Components
78
Perform an Oil Pressure Test
80
Inspect and Measure an Oil Pump
83
Determining Coolant Condition and Type
87
Perform a Cooling System Inspection and Test
92
Remove and Replace a Water Pump
98
Flush and Refill a Cooling System
102
Remove and Replace a Radiator
106
Inspect Test and Replace a Thermostat
109
Inspect and Test Cooling System Fans
114
Remove and Reinstall a Heater Core
117
Inspect Adjust or Replace Engine Drive Belts Tensioners Pulleys and Hoses
121
Inspect and Replace Power Steering Hoses
127
Fabricate and Install a Brake Line
129
Understanding Practical Applications of Ohms Law
137
Using a Test Light
141
Using a Digital Multimeter
144
Using a Digital Multimeter to Measure Voltage
150
Using a Digital Multimeter to Test for Resistance and Continuity
153
Testing Switches and Relays
156
Using a Digital Multimeter to Measure Current and Parasitic Drain
160
Inspecting and Cleaning the Battery Cables and Connections
164
Perform a StateofCharge Battery Test
168
Charging a Battery
172
JumpStarting a Battery
175
Perform a Battery Capacity and Conductance Test
178
Battery Removal and Installation
181
Identifying Hybrid Electric Vehicle HighVoltage Circuits Safety and Precautions
184
Perform a Starter Current Draw Test
186
Perform a Starter Circuit Voltage Test
190
Inspect and Test Starter Relays and Solenoids
194
Remove and Reinstall a Starter
197
Coolant Temperature Gauge Testing
200
Fuel Gauge Testing
203
Testing the Charging System Output
206
Performing a Charging System Voltage Test
209
Remove and Reinstall an Alternator
212
Performing a Wiring Harness and Connector Repair
215
Soldering Copper Wires
219
Testing for an Open Circuit
222
Testing for a Short Circuit
225
Diagnosing Lighting System Problems
228
Headlight Aiming
231
Inspecting HighIntensity Discharge Headlights
234
Testing the Horn Circuit
236
Testing the Windshield Wiper Circuit
239
Testing the Washer Pump Circuit
242
Testing an Oil Pressure Switch and Sensor
244
Working with Air Bag and Supplemental Restraint Systems SRS
247
Testing the Power and Keyless Door Lock and Power Window Circuits
250
Testing the OEM Antitheft Circuits
254
Testing the Radio Circuit
256
Testing the Heated Accessories Circuits
260
Entering the BCM with a Scan Tool
264
Testing the Cruise Control Circuit
267
Hybrid Electric Vehicle AC Compressor Identification
270
Identifying the AirConditioning System and Components
272
Identifying Refrigerant Type
275
Visual Inspection of the AirConditioning System
278
Performance Testing the AirConditioning System
282
Leak Testing the AirConditioning System
286
Choosing the Correct Refrigerant Oil
290
Checking the Operation of Refrigerant Handling Equipment
292
Recover Recycle Label and Store Refrigerant
295
Testing for NonCondensable Gases
298
Evacuating and Recharging the AirConditioning System
300
Remove and Replace an AirConditioning Compressor Clutch and Condenser
303
Remove and Replace an Evaporator and a Metering Device
308
Testing the HVAC Electrical Controls
311
Testing the Ventilation Controls
315
Diagnosing Heater Problems
317
Ignition System Inspection and Component Testing Distributor Vehicle
320
Ignition System Inspection and Component Testing DIS or COP Vehicle
326
Setting Ignition Timing Distributor Vehicle
330
Diagnosing a NoStart Condition DIS Vehicle
334
Diagnosing a NoStart Condition Distributor Vehicle
338
Setting up the Ignition Oscilloscope
341
Setting up the 4 or 5 Gas Analyzer
345
Inspecting Fuel for Contaminants and Quality
349
Inspecting an Engine for Fuel Leaks
353
Replacing an InLine Fuel Filter on an EFI Vehicle
356
Inspecting and Testing Fuel Delivery Systems
360
Inspecting and Testing Fuel Injectors
364
Exhaust System Inspection
368
Perform an Exhaust System Backpressure Test
373
Perform a Turbocharger System Inspection
376
Testing the PCV System
379
Testing the EGR System
382
Catalytic Converter Test
386
Testing the Evaporative System
389
Using a Scan Tool to Perform Actuator Tests
392
Diagnosing Driveability Concerns
394
Computer Replacement and Reprogramming
398
Secondary Air Injection System Inspection
401
Retrieve and Record OBD I Codes
403
Diagnosing Engine Noises and Vibrations
432
Engine Removal FrontWheel Drive
435
Engine Removal RearWheel Drive
439
Engine Installation FrontWheel Drive
443
Engine Installation RearWheel Drive
446
Engine Block Disassembly Inspection and Cleaning
449
OHC Cylinder Head Gasket Removal and Installation
455
OHV Cylinder Head Gasket Removal and Installation
459
OHC Cylinder Head Disassembly and Inspection
463
OHV Cylinder Head Disassembly and Inspection
467
Inspect and Test Valve Springs
471
Valve Stem Seal Replacement on an Assembled Engine
475
Valve Guide and Seat Inspection
478
Valve and Seat Repair
483
Valve Train Component Inspection
490
Reassembling the Cylinder Head
493
Checking and Adjusting Valve Clearance
497
Replace an OHC Timing BeltChain
500
Replace an OHV Timing Chain
504
Inspecting the Camshaft and Bearings
507
Inspecting and Measuring the Cylinder Walls
510
Inspecting and Measuring the Crankshaft Main Bearings and Saddle Bores
515
Inspecting and Measuring the Connecting Rods and Bearings
521
Inspecting and Measuring the Pistons
524
Inspecting and Measuring the Piston Rings
527
Inspecting Balance Shafts and Harmonic Balancers
533
Reassembling the Engine Short Block
536
Installing the Camshaft OHV
542
Installing the Cylinder Head onto the Block
545
Installing Engine Covers
548
Brake Components Inspection
550
Master Cylinder Inspection and Service
555
Testing the Brake Electrical Circuit
558
Disc Brake Diagnosis and Inspection
561
Disc Brake Caliper Inspection Cleaning and Service
569
Brake Fluid Testing Flushing and Cleaning
573
Drum Brake Diagnosis Inspection and Cleaning
578
Drum Brake Service
584
Brake Rotor OnCar Resurfacing
590
Brake Rotor OffCar Resurfacing
594
Brake Drum Resurfacing
600
Parking Brake Inspection and Service
604
Rear Disc Brake Service
608
Inspecting and Testing the Power Brake Assist Unit Vacuum
611
Inspecting and Testing the Power Brake Assist Unit Hydraulic
614
Inspecting and Testing the ABS
617
Bleeding an ABS
622
Wheel Bearing Serviceable Type Inspection and Service
625
Wheel Stud Replacement on an RWD4WD
634
FWD Sealed Hub Bearing Inspection and Service
637
Servicing and Diagnosing TPMS
640
Diagnosing Tire Wear Patterns
644
Tire Repair
651
Wheel and Tire Vibration Diagnosis
662
Diagnosing SLA Suspension System Concerns
671
Diagnosing Strut Suspension System Concerns
678
Shock Absorber Inspection and Replacement
685
Strut Inspection and Replacement
688
Stabilizer Bar and Links Inspection and Repair
692
Ball Joint Control Arm and Spring Inspection and Repair
695
Using a Scan Tool to Diagnose Electronic Suspension andor Steering Systems
700
Torsion Bar Removal Installation and Adjustment
704
Leaf Spring Removal Inspection and Installation
706
Rack and Pinion Steering Inspection and Repair
708
Conventional Steering Inspection and Repair
713
Air Bag and Steering Wheel Replacement
717
Power Steering Diagnosis
721
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Electric Steering Operation and Safety
725
Prealignment Inspection
728
Perform an Alignment
732
Advanced Alignment Measurements
736
Clutch Diagnosis
739
Clutch Removal Inspection and Installation
743
Hydraulic Clutch Component Inspection and Service
750
Manual Transmission Diagnosis
752
Manual Transaxle Removal and Installation
755
Manual Transmission Removal and Installation
759
Manual Transmission Disassembly and Inspection
763
Manual Transaxle Final Drive Noise and Vibration Concerns
768
Manual Transmission Reassembly
770
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Transmission Operation
773
Electronically Controlled Transmissions
776
Automatic Transmission Inspection
778
Automatic Transmission Service
781
Automatic Transmission InCar Testing
784
Automatic Transmission Adjustments
787
Testing Automatic Transmission Electrical Components
789
Automatic Transmission Disassembly and Inspection
792
Automatic Transmission Valve Body Inspection and Service
796
Automatic Transmission Oil Pump and Converter Inspection
799
Automatic Transmission Internal Component Inspection
803
Automatic Transmission Reassembly
807
Transfer Case Removal and Installation
810
Transfer Case Disassembly Inspection and Reassembly
812
Limited Slip Differential Diagnosis Disassembly Inspection and Reassembly
814
4WD Locking Hub and Bearing Service
817
Driveshaft and Universal Joint Service
820
Drive Axle Bearing Service
826
Differential Pinion Seal Replacement
830
Ring and Pinion Adjustment
834
4WD Component Inspection and Service
842
Constant Velocity Joint Service
845
Automatic Transaxle Final Drive Disassembly and Reassembly
849
Manual Transaxle Final Drive Disassembly and Reassembly
851
Driveline Vibration Diagnosis
853
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Chris has a decade of experience as an Automotive Technology instructor at secondary and post-secondary schools, including department chair and program coordinator positions. Before teaching, Chris was a master certified automotive technician working for a GM dealership, an independent, a retail store, and owning his own business. Chris has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Automotive Engineering Technology, with a minor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from Minnesota State University Mankato and he has a Master's of Education degree in Community College Teaching and Learning from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Providing a rare combination of high school and college teaching expertise, along with hands-on experience from the shop, Mr. Hadfield lends his critical eye to a variety of Delmar-Cengage Learning automotive publications, including Today's Technician: Basic Automotive Service & Systems and Automotive Service Job Sheets for NATEF Task Mastery. Mr. Hadfield holds an EdM from University of Illinois and a BS in Automotive Engineering Technology from Minnesota State University. He is also ASE Master Certified and ASE L1 Advanced Engine Performance Certified.

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