Ford Auto Fundamentals
Introductory theory and practical operation of various Ford automotive systems, including fuel and controls, electrical, engine, drivetrain, transmission, heating and cooling. Topics include pre-delivery service, basic maintenance, lubrication, minor repairs, automotive fastening, sealing, and light fabrication. Other topics include the use of service manuals, charts, and diagrams; Ford/Lincoln dealership operation; vehicle safety inspection; basic maintenance and lubrication; minor repairs; and the use of Ford's Professional Technician Society (PTS) website. Skills developed include using measuring instruments and tools, fasteners and fittings, tubing, and hydraulic lines. 5 Credits (4 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): Placement by Examination or MTH004 and Placement by Examination or RDG001. Corequisite(s): FMC120 and FMC160. Fall Only.