Electrical/Electronic Accessory Service
Principles of operation, diagnosis, and repair of many common automotive electrical accessories, including those controlled using conventional electrical components and those controlled by computers. Specific systems include lighting circuits, windshield wiper/washer circuits, horn, power seats, power mirrors, power windows and door locks, supplemental restraint systems, keyless entry, instrumentation, and speed control. Emphasis on accessing pertinent service information, interpreting wiring diagrams to analyze circuits, troubleshooting circuits, and using scan tools in the diagnosis of computer-controlled electrical accessories. 4 Credits (2 Lecture - 6 Lab) Prerequisite(s): AMT109.
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