A thorough guide to the current knowledge and diagnostic and repair skills necessary for servicing the electrical systems of domestic and imported cars. Organized in units of instruction that combine, in developmental sequence, principles of operation, problem diagnosis, and repair procedures, the book offers the information and knowledge required to develop saleable skills. Intended for use in automotive courses in post-secondary and technical education, it can easily be used by working technicians who wish to increase their knowledge and upgrade their skills. Also provided are self-tests at the end of each chapter similar to items used in certification tests given by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
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Automotive Electrical System
Basic Electrical Skills
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