ASV 256: Electrical and Electronic Systems
In this course, students learn the theory and operation of automotive electrical systems. It includes the diagnosis and repair of automotive electrical lighting, instrumentation, convenience and accessory systems. There is a focus on advanced tools and techniques used to diagnose electrical and electronic systems found in today's modern automobiles. This course contains material previously taught in ASV 246.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ASV 131 minimum grade "C"
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