Learners employ principles of construction, function, and operation of starting motors, charging systems, and controls. Covers basic electronics, including capacitance, inductance, series and parallel circuits, magnetism and Ohm's Law, wiring schematics, soldering techniques, and use of diagnostic equipment. Vehicle control and accessory systems are studied. Prerequisite: Intro to Electricity for the Automotive Industry 32404340
Prerequisite: Intro to Electricity for the Automotive Industry 32404340
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