Oct 28, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Catalog

AO 220 - Manual Transmission and Driveline


Credit Hours: 5

This lecture/lab course will introduce students to the theory, operation, diagnosis/repair of automotive and light truck manual transmissions, clutches and driveline components. It will focus on all major mechanical, electrical and electronic components of these systems. This course conveys the foundational skills necessary for entry level employment in the automotive industry.   

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

  • Identify, describe and deploy the use of manual transmission and driveline tools commonly used in the automotive industry.
  • Develop safe working habits when dealing with automotive and light truck manual transmissions, clutches and driveline components.
  • List and label automotive manual transmission, clutch and driveline components.
  • Explain how individual driveline components work together to transfer power.
  • Hypothesize probable causes to common customer concerns related to manual transmissions/drivelines and recommend industry recognized solutions.
  • Utilize service informational sources to identify driveline concerns and recommend the appropriate repair according to the vehicle's manufacturer or industry standards.
  • Demonstrate proper driveline measurements, repairs and maintenance according to industry standards and manufacturers specifications.
  • Describe and document their findings in ways that are consistent with automotive industry standards, highlighting the complaint, cause and correction.

 

 

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