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Automotive Technology Ii

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Automotive Technology ii

General Description

Prerequisite: Automotive Technology I with a C or better both semesters

This course is designed to continue students training of automotive service in Maintenance and Light Repair. Students will review and reinforce their training from Auto Tech I and receive more concentrated training n five ASE training areas.


In this course, students build upon their basic knowledge of automotive technology acquired in Automotive Technology I, exploring more advanced tasks in engine repair, automatic transmission and transaxle, manual drivetrain and axles, suspension and steering systems, and brakes. They also learn about electrical, electronic, and HVAC systems in automobiles. Upon successful completion of the course, students may be eligible to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Student Certification examination.

Theory of Action

Automobiles are an essential part of our everyday lives. This course is beneficial to all students. Developing automotive technology skills will help you throughout the rest of your life. Today’s automotive repair industry has taken on a new sophistication. It requires advanced training and diagnostic skills. Automotive classes lend themselves to hands-on learning. Students will understand the theory and operation of an automobile system, proper procedures for diagnosing and repairing automobiles and automobile systems. ASE Education Foundations competencies are integrated into the curriculum through projects and assignments.