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tag any tools / equipment which had faulted during use and inform the Assessor about it. b.Waste materials is to be disposed of via the appropriate recycling methods or place in general waste. c.Ensure that any reusable materials are stored away appropriately and ready for reuse at another time. d.Make sure the work area is cleaned and tidy. All equipment is put away and report on any issues / faults with equipment when problems are noticed. End of Practical Task for Job Card 1. Version: 1.0 Page 35 of 47 Created: Feb 2019 Last Reviewed: Feb 2019 Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
AURLTX001 - Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions Job Card 2: Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions Job Details: Upon completion of this task, you should be able to demonstrate how to diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions. Tool and Materials: •One (1) Vehicle fitted with a manual transmission • Torque wrench or transaxle • Dial indicator •Workshop manuals (WSM) for vehicle • Clutch aligning tools • Hand tools •Puller or slide hammer • Hydraulic jack • Transaxle/Transmission oil • Jack stands • Synchroniser assembly • Hoist • Selector fork assembly • Transmission Jack • Sealant or gaskets Protective Clothing: •PPE•Safety goggles or glasses with side shields•Steel-toed shoesCustomer Concern: The customer is concerned that the transmission jumps out of gear while decelerating. Procedure: WARNING! The Assessment will be STOPPED IMMEDIATELY if you are attempting to carry out any step in an unsafe or dangerous way. 1.Obtain tools and equipment from your trainer. 2.Ask your trainer to direct you to a work area. 3.Answer the questions between the Job Card 4.Identify the nature of the fault or problem. Write the fault on the front of the Job Card. You must carry out your diagnosis on that fault using the diagnosis as specified in the vehicles workshop manual. 5.Report the faults or problems. You must report your findings to the customer by filling in the Recommendations for the repair of the vehicle on the back of the Job Card. The customer can be your Assessor, record the conversation with the customer on the back of the Job Card. 6.Repair the light vehicle manual transmissions as specified in the vehicles workshop manual. 7.Complete post repair testing to confirm repair 8.Clean-up work area, tools and equipment are stowed in their appropriate area and finalise Job Card documentation by filling in the Customers Fault, the Cause of the Fault, the Rectification to repair the vehicle and the Parts used on the back of the Job Card. Version: 1.0 Page 36 of 47 Created: Feb 2019 Last Reviewed: Feb 2019 Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
AURLTX001 - Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions 1.Understand and Verify the Customer's Concern: The first part of this step is to obtain as much information as possible from the customer. Are there aftermarket accessories on the vehicle? When does the condition occur?