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This program is designed to prepare students for a career in the high demand area of automotive technology. They will learn the basic principles of operation, shop practices, use of tools, shop safety and the use of diagnostic test equipment. Theory and practice are combined to perform basic service in engine repair, engine performance, electrical systems, brake systems, suspension, wheel alignment, steering, air conditioning, and light transmission repair. Students will work in a large state-of-the-art, 16 bay service area with up-to-date service tools. In Automotive Technology II or III emphasis is placed on automotive “on board” computers fuel injection service, computer wheel alignment and electronic diagnosis. There will be opportunities offered for Michigan Mechanic Certification Testing. All Automotive classes are taught by ASE certified instructors. Students successfully completing these programs may earn college credits through articulation agreements.
Offered shift 4 (4 semesters)