ATEC 110 : AUTO STEERING AND SUSPENSION
An ASE/NATEF course designed to familiarize the student with methods, construction, working principals, theory, and aspects used in the reconditioning and servicing the internal combustion engine. Students will learn classroom theory along with hands on experiences utilizing precision measuring tools, torque wrenches, and machining equipment. Theories include levers, pressure/volume, expansion, momentum, inertia, leverage and the operation of cams.
At a Glance
2.0 or higher in ATEC 100 or concurrent enrollment.
Program: Automotive Technology