Synopses & Reviews
Automotive heating and air conditioning systems have undergone massive changes in both system design and components as a result of growing concerns for the environment, varying consumer preferences, and industry changes. TechOne: Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning is a modular, performance-based approach to understanding, diagnosing, and repairing automotive-air conditioning systems. It examines the theory behind the operation of the latest generation of heating and air-conditioning systems, including how the theories are applied, and offers readers the opportunity to practice the skills that will enable them to compete in the air-conditioning service market. Material is developed in accordance with NATEF guidelines and takes into account all the criteria needed to adequately prepare readers for the ASE Heating and Air Conditioning A7 Certification Exam.
About the Author
Russell Carrigan is an automotive technology instructor at Texas State Technical College. He is also an ASE Master Certified Technician and has ASE Advanced Engine Performance certification.
Table of Contents
Introduction.Air Conditioning Principles.Air Conditioning Components.Electrical Systems.Air Conditioning Controls and Air Distribution Systems.Other HVAC Systems.Air Conditioning Diagnosis.Refrigerant Recycling and Recovery.Engine Cooling and Heating Systems.Heating and Cooling System Diagnosis and Repair.