AUTO 227

Engine Performance I (AUTO 227)

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Engine Performance I

Credits Contact Hours
3.0 4.0

Course Description

Prequisite: Minimum grade of C in AUTO 103 and AUTO 119. The student will be provided with a basic understanding of the theory and operation of the fuel metering and emission devices found on past and present automobiles and light trucks and how they relate to engine performance. Practical experience will be gained through diagnosing, testing, and servicing the various systems found on these vehicles. Various ignition system designs will also be covered. [Semesters offered: Spring]

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