ATEC Automotive Technology: The Electronic Classroom - Electrical/Electronic Systems

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, Digital University Press, 2003 - Transportation - 334 pages
"Automotive Technology: The Electronic Classroom" is a complete teaching/learning system using text and multimedia resources in a computer-centered approach. Suitable for both students and professionals, each volume in the serf consists of a textbook, student learning program on CD (packaged with the book), and instructor resource database (available only to schools and colleges). Features of the series:
  • Each volume is correlated to the NATEF task list for that subject.
  • The Learning Program CD contains animations, video, images, glossary, and multiple-choice questions with links back to the place where the content is covered. The CD functions with all Windows systems and networks.
  • Each volume reviews basic safety and science background.
  • Major manufacturers, including Ford, Bosch, Snap-On, and Daimler-Chrysler, have contributed materials and support for the program.
  • Each volume covers theory, safety, operating principles, maintenance, customer care, and diagnosis for a particular vehicle system.
Titles in the series:
  • "Engine Repair," 0-13-113387-X
  • "Automatic Transmission and Transaxle," 0-13-113400-0
  • "Manual Drive Train and Axles," 0-13-113390-X
  • "Suspension and Steering," 0-13-113396-9
  • "Brakes," 0-13-113393-4
  • "Electrical/Electronic Systems," 0-13-113384-5
  • "Heating and Air Conditioning," 0-13-113403-5
  • "Engine Performance," 0-13-113380-2

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Senior Lecturer in Motor Vehicle Engineering, Colchester Institute, UK.

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