Auto Mechanics II

Power Standards

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 in the shop.

I. All students will be able to recall and demonstrate safe, employable job ethics.

  • All students can recall safe shop ethics.
  • All students can demonstrate safe use of tools.
  • All students can complete job applications and resumes.
  • All students can demonstrate good work ethics.
II. All students will diagnose and repair brake problems.
  • All students can diagnose and repair drum brakes.
  • All students can diagnose and repair disc brakes.
III. All students will diagnose and repair electrical problems.
  • All students can diagnose and repair electrical circuit problems.
IV. All students will diagnose and repair engine-related problems.
  • All students can diagnose and repair engine-related problems with use of service manuals and special tools.
V. All students will diagnose and repair powertrain problems.
  • All students can diagnose and repair driveline in rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, and four-wheel drive vehicles using service manuals and special tools.
VI. All students will diagnose and repair steering and suspension problems.
  • All students can diagnose and adjust steering and suspension to factory specifications with tools, service manuals and alignment rack.