AUT 203 Automotive Electrical Systems
The development of automotive electrical systems from early models to modern computerized diagnostic equipment. Topics include: digital volt ohmmeters, logic probes, dual trace lab scope, charging systems testers, and engine analyzers. Students learn best procedures for charging, starting, body electrical, and computerized control systems. The course prepares students for the ASE certification examination in automotive electrical systems.
- Prerequisite: AUT 102
- Hours: 4
- Credits: 4
This course meets the requirements for the CAP specific curriculum.