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AUTO ELECTRICIAN

Fundamentals of Electricity: Introduction, basic concepts of electricity, current, volt, and


resistance, magnetism, conductor and insulation. D.C. Current, A.C. Current Multimeters
Voltmeters Ohmmeters
Electrical and Electronic Circuits: Ohms la!, Ammeter, Voltmeter, Circuits closed circuits,
open circuits, parallel circuits series circuits electrical symbols control circuits printed circuit
boards high voltage circuits of electric or hybrid electric vehicle electronic modules, security
system "lectric loc# operation $eated glass, mirror or seat operation Cruise control systems.
%upplemental restraint system, airbag system &ody electronics system circuits, Operation of
anti'theft systems. %emi conductors, Doping () *unction, Diodes, +ransistors, Integrated circuits.
Battery: &attery capacity, Amphere hour capacity, !att hour capacity, &attery testing, %pecific
gravity test, open volt test, &attery charging, &attery troubles and remedies $ybrid vehicle
au-iliary battery service.
Dynamo / Alternator / enerator: Introduction, types of generators . AC /enerator
Alternator, D.C. /enerator Dynamo Construction and !or#ing of generators, regulators, cutout
circuit, Voltage and current, dynamo common troubles and their remedies. Maintenance of
Dynamos 0 /enerators 0 Alternators 1eplacement of generator drive belts, pulleys and tensioners,
(ulley and belt alignment.
!tarter "otor: Introduction, %tarter motor 0 self starter, Construction and !or#ing, starter circuit
types, &endi- drive, Over running clutch drive, %tarting s!itches . Manually operated, solenoid
s!itch, +rouble shooting, %ervicing of starter motors Maintenance of starter motors %tarter
motor relays and solenoids %!itches, connectors %tarter control circuits.
Auto I#nition !ystem: Introduction, +ypes of Ignition, &attery coil ignition, magneto ignition,
circuit diagrams for ignition coil, construction, !or#ing, distribution, construction and !or#ing of
contact bra#er, condenser, spar# plug, construction and !or#ing, +ypes . cold and hot. $igh voltage
circuits of electric and hybrid electric vehicle %afety precautions.
Auto li#$tin# !ystem: Introduction, !iring circuit, head light, horn . air horn, electric horn,
circuit, lighting circuit, fuse replacement 2M 1adio 3 CD (layer Diagnosis of radio reception.
%i&er "otor: Construction and !or#ing of !iper motor !iper operation, !iper speed control
!iper motor servicing 1eplacement of blades 4asher operation $orn operation.
au#es 'Fuel #au#e( Oil &ressure #au#e( tem&erature #au#e): 2uel gauge circuit Oil
pressure gauge circuit +emperature gauge circuit 1eplacement of damaged or burnout !ires.
Causes of intermittent, high, lo! or no gauge readings (rinted circuit boards of gauge circuits
Operation of !arning devices 3 dashboard information systems %ensors, connectors, and !ires of
electronic digital instrument circuits.
!afety: Comply !ith personal and environment safety practices associated !ith clothing, eye
protection, hand tools, po!er e5uipment, proper ventilation, handling, storage and disposal of
chemicals 0 materials in accordance !ith Municipal, %tate and Central safety and environmental
regulations. Demonstrate3 drag free status.
Cost Estimation: "stimation of labour cost, material cost, and overhead costs %ources of original
spares, 4or# guarantee. (ractice cost effectiveness (ractice time management.
Customer Relations: Oral Communication !ith the customers. 6se telephone eti5uette. Value
indeed diversity. 1esponsibilities of an employee employer. +reating people !ith respect.
"-hibit positive behaviour Maintain business image. Ability to handle stress. (roblem solving
strategies 1esolve conflicts.
I* Auto electrical system trou+le s$ootin# and re&air
7. Complete !or# order to include customer information, vehicle registration number,
customer complaints, related service history, cause and repairs done.
8. Chec# and interpret electrical 0 electronic system complaints, for appropriate action.
9. Obtain applicable vehicle and service information such as vehicle service history,
technical service bulletins, electrical 0 electronic system operation, service
precautions.
:. 6tili;e !iring diagrams during trouble shooting of electrical circuit problems.
<. +roubleshoot electrical 0 electronic integrity of series, parallel and series parallel
circuits using Ohms =a!.
>. "-hibit the proper use of a digital multimeter during trouble shooting of electrical
circuit problems.
?. Chec# electrical circuits !ith a test light, ta#e appropriate action.
@. Measure source voltage and perform voltage drop tests in electrical electronic circuits
using a voltmeter, ta#e appropriate action.
A. Measure current flo! in electrical 0 electronic circuits and components using an
ammeter, ta#e appropriate action.
7B. Chec# continuity and measure resistance in electrical 0 electronic circuits and
components using an ohmmeter, ta#e appropriate action.
77. Chec# electrical circuits using fused Cumper !ires, ta#e appropriate action.
78. Identify shorts, grounds, opens and resistance problems in electrical 0 electronic
circuits, ta#e appropriate action.
79. Measure and troubleshoot the causes of e-cessive #ey'off battery drain, ta#e
appropriate action.
7:. Chec# and test fusible lin#s, circuit bra#ers, and fuses, ta#e appropriate action.
7<. Chec# and test s!itches, connectors, relays, solenoid solid state devices, and !ires of
electrical 0 electronic circuits underta#e appropriate action.
7>. 1emove and replace terminal end from connector.
7?. 1epair connectors and terminal ends.
7@. 1epair !iring harness.
7A. %older the electrical connections.
8B. Chec# the location of hybrid vehicle high voltage circuit plug location and safety
procedures.
II* Battery Trou+les$ootin# and !er,ice
7. Conduct battery state'of'charge test, ta#e appropriate action.
8. Conduct battery capacity test Dconductance testE, confirm proper battery capacity for
vehicle application, ta#e appropriate test.
9. Maintain a restore electronic memory functions.
:. Inspect, clean, fill, distilled !ater to the indicated level and replace battery.
<. Charge battery.
>. Chec# and clean battery cables, connectors, clamps, and hold do!ns, repair or
replace as needed.
?. %tart the vehicle using Cumper cables and a battery or au-iliary po!er supply.
@. Chec# high voltage circuits of electric or hybrid electric vehicle and related safety
precautions.
A. Chec# electronic modules, security systems and 0 or CD players that re5uire
reinitialisation or code entry follo!ing battery disconnect.
7B. Chec# hybrid vehicle au-iliary D78 VoltE battery service, test and repair.
III* Trou+les$ootin# starter motor( -irin# system and re&air t$e faults*
7. Differentiate bet!een electrical and mechanical problems of engine that cause a slo!
cran# or no'cran# condition.
8. Conduct starter current dra! tests, ta#e appropriate action.
9. Conduct starter motor circuit voltage drop tests, ta#e appropriate action.
:. Chec# and test starter motor relays and solenoids, ta#e appropriate action.
<. 1emove and service and install starter motor in the vehicle.
>. Chec# and test s!itches, connectors, and !ires of starter motor control circuits, ta#e
appropriate action.
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I.* Trou+les$ootin# of +attery c$ar#in# system t$rou#$ alternator and
re&air*
7. Conduct electric charging system output test, ta#e appropriate action.
8. +roubleshoot electric charging system for the cause of undercharge, no'charge, and
over charge conditions.
9. Chec#, adCust, or replace alternator drive belts, pulleys, and tension, chec# pulley and
belt alignment.
:. 1emove, chec#, and install alternator.
<. Conduct charging circuit voltage drop tests, ta#e appropriate action.
.* Trou+les$ootin# of Li#$tin# !ystems and Re&air*
7. +roubleshoot the cause of brighter than normal, intermittent, dim, or no light
operation, ta#e appropriate action.
8. Chec#, replace and focus headlights and bulbs.
9. Chec# and diagnose incorrect turn signal or ha;ard light operation, ta#e appropriate
action.
:. Chec# system voltage and safety precautions associated !ith intensity discharge
headlights.
.I* Trou+les$ootin# of au#es( %arnin# De,ices( and Dri,er Information !ystems
and Re&air*
7. Chec# and test gauges and gauge sending units for cause of intermittent high, lo! or
no gauge readings, determine necessary action.
8. Chec# and test connectors, !ires and printed circuit boards of gauge circuits, ta#e
appropriate action.
9. Diagnose the cause of incorrect operation of !arning devices and other driver
information systems, ta#e appropriate action.
:. Chec# and test sensors, connectors and !ires of electronic DdigitalE instrument
circuits, ta#e appropriate action.
.II* Trou+les$ootin# of /orn and %i&er / %as$er malfunctions and Re&air*
7. +roubleshoot incorrect horn operation, ta#e appropriate action.
8. +roubleshoot incorrect !iper operation, diagnose !iper speed control and par#
problems, ta#e appropriate action.
9. +roubleshoot incorrect !asher operation, ta#e appropriate action.
.III* Trou+les$ootin# of accessories and Re&air*
7. +roubleshoot incorrect operation of motor'driven accessory circuits, ta#e appropriate
action.
8. +roubleshoot incorrect heated glass, mirror, or seat operation, ta#e appropriate
action.
9. +roubleshoot incorrect electric loc# operation, ta#e appropriate action.
:. +roubleshoot incorrect operation of cruise control systems, ta#e appropriate action.
<. +roubleshoot supplemental restraint system problems, ta#e appropriate action based
on manufacturers safety procedures to prevent accidental deployment.
>. Disarm and enable the airbag system for vehicle service.
?. +roubleshoot radio static and !ea#, intermittent, or no radio reception, ta#e
appropriate action.
@. 1emove and reinstall door panel.
A. +roubleshoot body electronic system circuits using a scan tool, ta#e appropriate
action.
7B. Diagnose the module communication errors using a scan tool.
77. +roubleshoot the cause of false, intermittent, or no operation of anti'theft systems.
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