AUTO94A - DE ANZA COLLEGE APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION COURSE OUTLINE Degree Applicable AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 94A I Effective Quarter Fall 2003

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DE ANZA COLLEGE APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION COURSE OUTLINE Degree Applicable AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 94A Effective Quarter Fall 2003 I. Catalog Information AUTO 94A Principles of Four Stroke Cycle Gas and Diesel Engines 5 Units Prerequisites: Automotive Technology 50B and approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract Advisories: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 24 and 72 (or English as a Second Language 4); Mathematics 101 Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week One hundred twenty hours lecture-laboratory per quarter Shop operations specific to engine repair and rebuilding including safety and hazardous waste management. Emphasis on theory, diagnosis, disassembly, cleaning, inspection, and failure analysis. II. Course Objectives The student will: A. Demonstrate safe work habits and employ best management practices for hazardous wastes B. Apply principles of machining rebuilding operations. C. Measure engine parts using micrometers, dial indicators, and bore gauges. D. Identify fasteners and repair threads. E. Apply engine theory including lubricating and cooling systems to engine diagnosis.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course AUTO 94 taught by Professor Davecapitolo during the Fall '03 term at DeAnza College.

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AUTO94A - DE ANZA COLLEGE APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION COURSE OUTLINE Degree Applicable AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 94A I Effective Quarter Fall 2003

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