Automotive Services II

Automotive Services II

In a simulated, industry-standard, automotive service facility, students will perform automotive problem diagnosis, service, and repair using state-of-the-art equipment. Basic areas of study include brakes, electrical/electronic systems, steering and suspension, and engine performance. Students learn through automotive textbooks, electronic diagnostic tools, simulation modules (electrical, fuel injection, and engine performance topics), and factory-donated vehicles as they apply automotive knowledge in hands-on activities and repairs.

Automotive Services II Foundations of Electronics *

Engine Performance Concepts

Transportation Logistics Internship

* Course counts as a 4th science credit for graduation.

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  • Alternative Fuels Vehicle Technician
  • Auto Body Repair Technician
  • Auto Glass Installer
  • Mechanic
  • Automotive Electrician
  • Automotive Service Advisor
  • Small Engine Mechanic
  • Tire changer & Repairer
  • Truck/Bus Driver/Mechanic
  • Creative Designer of Automobiles
  • Diesel Engine Specialist
  • Insurance Appraiser
  • Motorcycle Mechanic
  • Radiator Repairer
  • Sales Manager
  • Service Station Attendant


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