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Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, Grade 9 - 12, Mechanical and Electrical Components II, 2009

1.) Demonstrate personal and environmental safety practices for intermediate mechanical and electrical components, including clothing, eye protection, hand tools, power equipment, and proper ventilation.

2.) Demonstrate accuracy in electrical and electronic system diagnosis.

•  Demonstrating proper work order procedures
3.) Identify electrical and electronic system concerns.

•  Determining necessary action for electrical and electronic system concerns
4.) Demonstrate battery tests and battery service procedures for both conventional and hybrid vehicles.

•  Inspecting and cleaning battery cables, connectors, clamps, and hold-downs
5.) Explain charging system component operations.

6.) Identify procedures for complying with environmental regulations related to refrigerants and coolants.

7.) Demonstrate proper procedures for diagnosing and repairing heating and air-conditioning systems.

8.) Demonstrate procedures for diagnosing and repairing cooling systems.

9.) Demonstrate procedures for refilling, recovering, and bleeding cooling systems.

10.) Demonstrate procedures for inspecting and replacing a drivetrain.

11.) Demonstrate procedures for inspecting and replacing fuel, intake, and exhaust systems.

12.) Explain procedures for inspecting and replacing active, passive, and supplemental restraint systems.

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