Feb 20, 2024  
2023-2024 
  
2023-2024

ASEP Minor Vehicle Service I, Micro-credential


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Participants will gain fundamental automotive knowledge regarding General Motors electrical systems and brake systems in order to diagnose and repair systems to meet needs of automotive service customers. Students must successfully complete each course with a passing score of “D” or higher in order to earn this micro-credential.

AT 1314 GM Electrical - The student will apply competencies in battery, starting, charging, lighting, driver information, horn, wiper/washer, and accessory systems. Additionally, the student will demonstrate principles of electricity, magnetism, voltage and current regulation and basic circuitry as applied in automotive electrical systems to aid in general diagnosis of automotive electrical problems on current General Motors vehicles.

AT 1334 GM Brakes - This course is an application of specific competencies in hydraulic system, drum brake system, disc brake system diagnosis and repair procedures. Also, the student will discuss and demonstrate competencies in power assist unit diagnosis and repair as well as wheel bearing, parking brake circuit and associated electrical circuit diagnosis and repair, which includes ABS systems on current General Motors vehicles. 

Minimum of 8 credit hours


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