This course introduces the automotive student to the theory and repair of modern automotive drive trains. Emphasis is given to testing drivetrain system components to determine faults prior to removal from the vehicle. Topics include automatic transmissions, manual Transmissions, four wheel drive systems, all wheel drive systems and final drive systems. Lecture and laboratory assignments are combined to give the students both theory and hands on experience.
Prerequisites: Auto 109, Auto 104 or Instructor Permission
3 credits (2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours), fall/spring semester