AUT 112 Introduction to Automotive Technology

Automotive technology training includes theory and related hands-on experience on live automobiles as a foundation for the advanced automotive courses.  At the end of this course, students will be able to work at a repair facility or a tire shop.  Instruction includes: tire service (plugging, patching, rotating, balancing), lubrication (including oil changes and coolant flushes), multi-point safety inspection, and extensive all data research and application. Required for course: Approximately $250.00 of general automotive tools and a 10 Mega-ohm impedance Digital Volt Ohm Meter (DVOM), are required for successful completion of the program. (Spring 2020) (course fee required)


3 credits

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5/19/2020 12:09:58 AM