AUTO 289: Electronic & Computer Systems

Class Program
Credits 4
An advanced automotive electronics course emphasizing the diagnosis and repair of the computerized systems currently found in the automotive industry. The course offers extensive training in the various electronic ignitions, fuel injection, emission, electronic instrumentation and other electronic control devices now being used by most automobile manufacturers. Students will be working on a wide variety of current model automobiles. This is a half-semester course. Must be arranged with Automotive Department program coordinator. Prerequisite: AUTO 286.