AM242 :  Electrical 4/Diagnosis Theory - Chrysler CAP and IMPORT

Students continue the study of the theory, operation and diagnostic procedures of electrical accessory, computer-controlled and vehicle communication systems. In addition, instruction is provided on the theory, service, repair and diagnosis of the supplemental restraint systems. This course emphasizes the theory and application of electrical testing equipment and data interpretation for troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical and electronic components and computer controlled systems. Students study various diagnostic methods, tests and processes to isolate malfunction in automotive computer controlled systems. Emphasis is on engine performance, vehicle communication and accessory system issues.
Prerequisite: AM232 and AM236, or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM243 or instructor consent is required.
Credit Hours: 3
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