Auto Mechanics

Auto Mechanics students with a professional direction can take these skills to further training at the post secondary level with a technical school or community college.


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Auto Mechanics I

This year long course will offer students classroom and shop experience. They will study the operation and function of the different automotive systems.  They will also service engines; adjusting and repairing clutches, transmissions and differentials, steering systems, brakes and other component parts of the automobile. Modern tooling and testing equipment is available for study, practice and use in practical shop procedures. Studies are made of inpidual manufacturer’s automobile specifications and adjustments.

Auto Mechanics II

With Automotive Mechanics I as pre-requisite, students will advance their knowledge in procedures and practices of automotive mechanics and repair. All training in the classroom will be supplemented by actual work experience with cooling systems, electrical systems, tune-ups, engine lubrication, power trains, suspension systems, steering systems, and brake systems.

Instructor: Mr. Andy Matzen
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