Aug 17, 2018  
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AU 111 - Mopar CAP Automotive Electrical Systems Lab


Credit Hours: 2

A study of the electrical systems found in the modern automobile. Topics include the use of diagnostic meters, charging starting, lighting and accessory systems.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • test and repair problems associated with the battery, starter and charging systems of the modern automobile. Competency will be based on work performed in the lab and a test with a grade of at least 65%;
  • using wiring diagrams in a service manual, determine where a problem exists in an electrical system and do the proper repair. Competency will be based on work performed and a test with a grade of at least 65%;
  • properly solder two (2) pieces of wire together and seal it properly with heat shrink tubing. Competency will based on work performed in the lab;
  • repair problems with a electrical connector on a vehicle and remove the terminals with the proper tools. Competency will be based on performance in the lab and a test with a grade of at least 65%; and
  • apply the six-step diagnostic procedure to diagnose and repair problems in the electrical system on a modern automobile. Competency will be based on performance in the lab and a test with a grade of at least 65%.


Concurrent Registration: AU 110
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