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D.O.T. #620.261.010

 162 Clock Hours

(Equipment Required for Enrollment in the Program)

Textbook: “Auto Electricity and Electronics” by James E. Duffy



Occupational Objective


 This Electricity Performance program is designed to provide basic knowledge with emphasis on practical hands-on training to students with limited or no prior knowledge in the field of auto-mechanics.  Instruction is provided in Electricity Performance Technology such as: Carburetor repair, tune-up, electrical system, fuel injection systems, multiport, advance automotive OBD II, waveforms sensors, data and computerize components. An assessment/test is given to the student after the completion of each module. The Student must get a grade of 71-80 (C) or better to pass the module.  The course prepares students for an entry level position in today’s automotive industry as an assistant to an auto-mechanic technician.


COURSE OUTLINE                                                    CLASS HOURS

Electricity Fundamentals and Safety Procedures 13.5
Scanner Introductioin 13.5
Ignition System 27
Basic Electricity 27
Advanced Electricity 27
Starting System 27
Basic Tune Up 27



Total Clock Hours                                                                     162 Hours






Monday and Wednesday 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. or

Tuesday and Thursday 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. or

Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.