AER0199C Automotive Engine Fundamentals
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an in-depth study of automotive engines, nomenclature of parts, engine types, sizes and operating principles. Engine overhaul procedures are studied and performed, including valve train service and machining. Emphasis is placed on proper diagnoses of engine problems, including loss of compression, lubrication of components, cylinder balance, noise and vibration problems. Lab fee required.
Prerequisite: AER 0072C or permission of instructor.
Terms Typically Offered: Summer
Showing classes during the Fall 2019 term, which have open seats and are college credit.
Courses not offered for selected criteria.
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