A blended learning approach to automotive engineering at levels one to three Produced alongside the ATT online learning resources, this textbook covers all the theory and technology sections that students need to learn in order to pass levels 1, 2 and 3 automotive courses. It is recommended by the Institute of the Motor Industry and is also ideal for exams run by other awarding bodies. Unlike the current textbooks on the market though, this title takes a blended learning approach, using interactive features that make learning more enjoyable as well as more effective. When linked with the ATT online resources it provides a comprehensive package that includes activities, video footage, assessments and further reading. Information and activities are set out in sequence so as to meet teacher and learner needs as well as qualification requirements. Tom Denton is the leading UK automotive author with a teaching career spanning lecturer to head of automotive engineering in a large college. His nine automotive textbooks published since 1995 are bestsellers and led to his authoring of the Automotive Technician Training multimedia system that is in common use in the UK, USA and several other countries.The codes Figure 10.118 MaxiScan diagnostic scanner CAN code reader Figure 10.119 Vgate ... but it covers several vehicle systems and is a direct replacement for VAG405 and VAG305 (specific Volkswagen group special equipment). ... Because the device is capable of reading data from the CAN bus, it will display fault codes for systems such as AC, SRS and ABS as well as the engine systems.
|Title||:||Automotive Technician Training: Theory|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-04-16|