Tech Manual for Erjavec's Automotive Technology: A Systems Approach, 5th

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Cengage Learning, Jan 2, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 784 pages
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Offers students opportunities to strengthen their comprehension of key concepts and to develop their hands-on, practical shop experience. Each chapter includes Concept Activities and Job Sheets, many of which are directly correlated to specific NATEF tasks. Service manual report sheets, case studies, review questions are also included to offer a rounded approach to each lesson.
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Contents

Automotive Technology
1
Engines
85
Electricity
198
Engine Performance
343
Manual Transmissions And Transaxles
490
Automatic Transmissions And Transaxles
546
Suspension And Steering Systems
588
Brakes
648
Passenger Comfort
726
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About the author (2009)

Jack Erjavec has become a fixture in the automotive textbook publishing world. He has decades of experience as a technician, educator, author, and editor, and has authored or co-authored more than 30 automotive textbooks and training manuals. Erjavec holds a master's degree in vocational and technical education from Ohio State University, and he spent twenty years at Columbus State Community College as an instructor and administrator. A long-time affiliate of the North American Council of Automotive Teachers, he also served as executive vice-president for the organization and spent several years on its board of directors. Erjavec is also associated with ATMC, SAE, ASA, ATRA, AERA, and other automotive professional associations.

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