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Automotive Service


Instructor:  Mr. Mike Morgan ([email protected])
                 Mr. Morgan
Automotive Services I:  None
Automotive Services II:  Automotive Service I
Course Description:

Automotive Services Technology is based on classroom and laboratory experiences that incorporate training in service and repair work on all types of late model cars and light trucks. Training includes the use of service/repair information such as ALLDATA and Mitchell’s on Demand5 professional level online service information. This is combined with a variety of hand and power tools along with automotive computer Scan Tools. Instruction and practice provides opportunities for students to diagnose malfunctions, disassemble units, perform parts inspections, and repair and replace parts. Topics of study include: Brakes, Electrical Systems, Engine Performance, Engine Repair, Manual Drive Train, Suspension and Steering, Automatic Transmission, Heating and Air Conditioning.  Students completing both the Auto Services Tech I & II may obtain ASE Student Certifications in Engine Repair and Electrical/Electronic Systems.  Dual Credit is offered with acceptable level placement scores (3 credits per semester, 2 semester course)



Certifications Available:
Auto Services Excellence (ASE); NA3SA
Dual Credit:
Automotive Services I:  Ivy Tech Dual Credit Equivalent:  AUTI 100 Basic Automotive Service; AUTI 141 Engine Fundamentals & Repair
Automotive Services II: Ivy Tech Dual Credit Equivalent:  AUTI 111 Electrical Systems I; AUTI 121 Brake Systems
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Click below for an interactive Auto Collision/Services experience: