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- Curriculum Office
- Course Number:
- ASEP 102
- Course Title:
- Engine Repair & Drive Train
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Study and work with gasoline and diesel engines used on General Motors vehicles; components, engine blocks, cylinder heads, pistons, valves, cam, crankshaft, gaskets, oil, coolant, repair, diagnosis, and some areas of machining. Manual drive train and axles on and off the car; components, gears, bearings, clutches, CV joints, transfer cases, differentials, axle shafts, drive lines, seals, bushings, flywheel, leakage, gaskets, cables, cylinders and fluids. Work with automatic transmissions and transaxles used on General Motors vehicles, trace the power flow, diagnose problems, disassemble, inspect and evaluate, clean and layout components. Reassemble and adjust transmission and test the unit for proper operation. Work on approved customers vehicles diagnosing, servicing and repairing as needed. Provides specific diagnostic guidelines and covers procedures that take place in a dealership. Prerequisite: ASEP 100.
Addendum to Course Description
ASEP 102 will cover the following NATEF and GM STC competencies:
- A1 Engine mechanical repair and diagnosis
- A2 Automatic transmission/transaxle repair and diagnosis
Intended Outcomes for the course
The graduate will be able to:
- Perform engine mechanical related diagnosis repairs on passenger cars and light trucks with limited supervision.
- Perform automatic transmission/transaxle diagnosis and repairs on passenger cars and light trucks with limited supervision.
- Develop the ability to formulate repair strategies and processes to deal with the engine running problems.
- A high level of professional ethics and workman ship is stressed in the program.
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Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)