AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR (AM&LR) was designed to meet the needs of automotive programs that teach to the competencies specified in NATEF's Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) program standard. Designed for entry-level students, the primary features of AM&LR are the focus on the foundational principles and knowledge for the MLR tasks, and the activities to supplement student learning. Both the core textbook and accompanying workbook provide activities covering the entire MLR task list, as well as many supplemental tasks often expected of entry-level technicians. In addition, Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair is written to engage students not just in automotive competencies, but also in applied academic skills and lifelong learning skills, including math, science, and communication.
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Rob Thompson has been teaching high school automotive technology since 1995. His teaching career began in 1994 as an adjunct faculty member at Columbus State Community College. Since 2007, Thompson has worked on numerous projects for Cengage Learning and is the author of AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE & LIGHT REPAIR. He has served on the board and is a past president of the North American Council of Automotive Teachers.Review:
1. Intro to Auto Industry. 2. Safety. 3. Shop Orientation. 4. Basic Technician Skills. 5. Wheels, Tires, and Wheel Bearings. 6. Suspension System Principles. 7. Suspension System Service. 8. Steering System Principles. 9. Steering System Service. 10. Brake Principles. 11. Brake System Service. 12. Drum Brake Systems. 13. Disc Brake Systems. 14. ABS and ESC. 15. Electrical Principles. 16. Electrical Service. 17. Starting and Charging System Principles. 18. Starting and Charging System Service. 19. Lighting and Accessories. 20. Engine Performance Principles. 21. Engine Testing and Service. 22. Engine Performance Testing and Service. 23. Automatic and Manual Transmissions. 24. Air Conditioning. 25. Vehicle Maintenance.
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