AUTO.205.SYL.2012-3 - Rev COURSE SYLLABUS AUTO 205 MANUAL...

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Page 1 of 6 Rev 01-07-12 COURSE SYLLABUS AUTO 205 MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS & AXLES Instructor: Raymond K. Scow Sr. Telephone: Office 856-5311 - Home: 747-9036 - Cel: 843-6022 Fax: 856-5320 - Office: 141 - E-mail: [email protected] Or [email protected] Web Site: http://classes.tmcc.edu/rscow/ Class Location: Edison Automotive Classroom 134, Lab 130 Auto Tool Room Telephone: 856-5314 Meeting Times: Tuesday & Thursday 6:00 pm to 8:50 pm Meeting Dates: August 28 th to November 29 th 2012 Credit Hours: Four AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM SCHOOL OF SCIENCE APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION EDISON CAMPUS TMCC TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 475 EDISON WAY RENO, NV 89502-4103
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Page 2 of 6 COURSE DESCRIPTION This course covers theory and operation of the automotive and light truck manual drive trains and axles. Emphasis is placed on the manual transmissions, clutches, transfer cases and drive axles. Components will be checked for wear or failed parts. The drive train components will be reassembled to manufactures specifications. This class covers ASE A-3 test preparation and can assist with upgrade training or the student wishing to gain entry-level automotive related employment. COURSE OBJECTIVES Demonstrate basic problem-solving skills Diagnose drive train concerns prior to disassembly Disassemble the transmission, transfer case or drive axles to manufacture specification Identify different types of drive train components and configurations Inspect and measure components and identify worn or damaged parts Practice effective employability skills Reassemble the transmission, transfer or drive axle as needed to manufacture specifications Recognize and practice workplace safety Use of special tools during repairs Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to: COURSE OUTCOMES Successful students will follow the correct identification and diagnosis procedures for possible failures. The student will use special tools and equipment to disassemble and inspect drive train components. Identify worn or failed components and reassemble the drive train assembly to manufacture specifications. Student will work safely around drive train assemblies while diagnosing possible concerns. Correct use of special tools for the disassembly, inspection and reassembly of the drive train component. The student will use manufacture repair manuals and information for the correct reassembly to manufacture specification. NATEF standards will be followed.
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