Honda Automotive Fundamentals and Dealership Operations
Introductory theory and practical operation of various Honda automotive systems, including fuel and controls, electrical, engine, drive train, transmission, heating and cooling. Topics include shop safety, hybrid vehicle safety, pre-delivery service, basic maintenance, lubrication, and minor repairs as well as the use of service manuals, charts, and diagrams. Skills developed include using measuring instruments and tools, as well as fasteners and fittings, tubing, and hydraulic lines. Introduction to the Honda dealership operation and job functions. Topics include customer satisfaction, management, departments, and individual job roles. 5 Credits (3 Lecture - 6 Lab) Prerequisite(s): Placement by Examination or MTH004 and Placement by Examination or RDG001. Corequisite(s): HAD120 and HAD160. Fall Only.
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