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Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, Grade 9 - 12, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems I, 2009

1.) Demonstrate personal and environmental safety practices associated with clothing, eye protection, hand tools, power equipment, and proper ventilation related to automotive electrical and electronic system operation and maintenance.

2.) Diagnose electrical and electronic system problems.

3.) Identify electrical and electronic system concerns.

•  Determining necessary action for electrical and electronic system concerns
4.) Research vehicle and service information, including vehicle service history, technical service bulletins, and interpretation of vehicle and major component identification numbers.

5.) Create a work order for general electrical system concerns.

6.) Demonstrate battery state-of-charge tests, including inspecting and cleaning battery cables, connectors, clamps, and hold downs.

7.) Explain starting system operations and repair.

•  Performing test procedures for starting systems
8.) Explain charging system component operations and repair.

9.) Analyze lighting systems to determine necessary repair.

10.) Describe gauges, warning devices, and driver information system operations.

•  Demonstrating operation tests for diagnosis and repair of gauges, warning devices, and driver information system operations
11.) Demonstrate diagnostic procedures for horn, wiper, and washer control problems.

12.) Utilize diagnostic and repair procedures for accessories.

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