Master Course Outline AUTO 212 Fuel Systems/Electronic/Computer Controls

Master Course Outline
AUTO 212
Fuel Systems/Electronic/Computer Controls
Course Description: This course is advanced study of the fuel management systems presently used in
current emission, fuel economy and performance requirements of the modern automobile. The course
includes an in-depth study of fuel injection systems used on domestic and foreign vehicles. Included in
the class will be identification of components, on car diagnosis, replacement of components. Utilization
of modern test equipment such as scanners and analyzers will be stressed. 8 lecture hours, 16 lab hours.
May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.
Credits: 16
Prerequisites: CPT in Math 60, Reading 80, English 60, and instructor permission
Recommended Preparation: N/A
Co-requisites: N/A
Learning Outcomes: To meet the course standards and demonstrate the ability to meet the outcome
expectations of this course [Competency in the Discipline (CD), Literacy (L), Critical Thinking (CT), Social
and Personal responsibility (SP), and Information Used (IU)] the student will:
Demonstrate employability by following safe work practices, being on time, maintaining proper
attendance, and properly following written and oral instructions
Demonstrate safe and proper work habits
Meet NATEF competency criteria in the following areas:
o Identify fuel system components and state purpose of each. (L, CT)
o Identify sensors and circuits and troubleshoot utilizing computer safe procedures.
(CD, SP, IU)
o Identify and test actuator circuits and troubleshoot with computer safe procedures.
(CD, SP, IU)
o Diagnose malfunctions in the fuel system. (CD, CT, SP, IU)
o Interpret data from system and gas analyzers. (L, CT, IU)
o Diagnose and interpret drivability problems. (CD, L, CT, IU)
o Troubleshoot customer complaints. (CD, CT, SP)
o Determine needed repairs. (CD, CT, IU)
Course Resources/Textbooks/Website: The student will provide, textbooks, notebook and composition
book for journal, pencils, pens and colored markers as needed, personal hand tools: see required tool
list, safety glasses (clear), disposable work gloves
Note: The instructor will provide: Selections from service manuals and electronic service manuals, other
handouts as required, coveralls are supplied to all students (special lab fee).
Academic Integrity: All forms of cheating, falsification, and plagiarism are against the rules of this course
and of Grays Harbor College. Students who are unsure what constitutes academic dishonesty are
responsible for asking the instructor for clarification. Instances of intentional academic dishonesty will
be dealt with severely.
Disabilities: Students who have documented disabilities that require accommodations in compliance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the Disability Support Services coordinator as
well as the instructor of the course in order to ensure that together we create an optimal environment
for educational achievement.
W Day, the final day to officially withdraw from a course, is the Thursday of the seventh week (Thursday
of the fourth week for summer quarter). Students who do not withdraw by that date will receive the
grades they have earned, regardless of whether they are attending the course or completing the work.
Students who are considering withdrawal are strongly advised to consult with the instructor, advisor and
financial aid prior to withdrawing. The only withdrawals allowed after W Day are complete withdrawals
from all courses.
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