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Auto Electricity & Electronics, A6by James E. Duffy
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Auto Electricity and Electronics teaches the design, operation, and diagnosis of starting, charging, ignition, lighting, and other major systems. The text stresses the use of on-board diagnostics, as well as conventional meter tests, to find electrical, electronic, and computer-related problems. A chapter on advanced diagnostics covers the latest equipment and techniques used to locate problems. This is a valuable resource to those preparing for ASE Certification Test A6, Electrical/Electronic Systems.
Auto Electricity and Electronics Workbook contains chapter review questions, job sheets, and an ASE-style practice test for student use in mastering the subject matter and preparing for ASE Certification Test A6. It is for use in conjunction with the Auto Electricity and Electronics textbook as chapters correlate between the two products. Both word and illustration problems are included to address the needs of different learning styles. The 13 jobs are hands-on activities in component inspection, testing, problem diagnosis, service, and repair.
The Auto Electricity and Electronics Shop Manual contains thorough coverage of the tasks listed in the A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems area of the NATEF Task List. Each job in this manual is a hands-on activity, and most jobs correspond to one or more of the NATEF tasks. The jobs have been carefully organized and developed to increase the chances of passing the related ASE tests by having the reader apply what has been learned in the classroom. This manual steps through all of the NATEF tasks in the A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems area, which include inspecting, testing, and diagnosing starting, charging, lighting, and accessory systems; removing and replacing self-contained components; and removing, overhauling, and reinstalling major components.
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