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ATC 328 - Chrysler Elec Systems Repair

Credits: 4
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 2
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Instruction in the diagnosis, repair and service of electrical and electronic components and accessories used on current Chrysler vehicles.
Prerequisite: ATC 312, MAT 772  
Competencies
  1. Evaluate automotive batteries
    1. Demonstrate battery inspection
    2. Demonstrate battery test procedures
    3. Show battery service procedures
  2. Evaluate automotive charging systems
    1. Demonstrate charging system inspection
    2. Demonstrate charging system test procedures
    3. Show charging system service
  3. Evaluate starting systems
    1. Demonstrate starting system inspection
    2. Demonstrate starting system test procedures
    3. Show starting system service
  4. Perform ignition system tests
    1. Demonstrate primary ignition system test procedures
    2. Demonstrate secondary ignition system test procedures
    3. Draw ignition system wiring diagrams
    4. Demonstrate ignition system operation by tracing a wiring diagram
  5. Explain wiper/washer system operation
    1. Draw wiring diagrams of wiper/washer systems
    2. Demonstrate system operation using wiper/washer system wiring diagrams
  6. Analyze cruise control systems
    1. Draw wiring diagrams of cruise control systems
    2. Explain system operation using a cruise control wiring diagram
    3. Demonstrate tests of cruise control components
  7. Repair power window systems
    1. Test wiring harness
    2. Test components
    3. Repair wire harness
    4. Replace components
    5. Evaluate system operation
  8. Repair power door lock systems
    1. Describe keyless entry operation
    2. Discuss power door lock operation
    3. Test components
    4. Replace components
    5. Evaluate system operation
    6. Program keyless entry system with scan tool
  9. Assess automotive instrumentation
    1. Describe gauge operation
    2. Draw wiring diagrams
    3. Measure input signals
    4. Measure output signals
    5. Evaluate accuracy of instruments
  10. Evaluate audio system operation
    1. Discuss operation
    2. Diagram wiring
    3. Test components



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