A practical medium- and heavy-duty truck systems Featuring more than 100 in-depth lab exercises, this hands-on guide provides the practice you need to succeed as a medium- and heavy-duty truck service technician. The labs meet and exceed NATEF standards. Every system is thoroughly covered--from electrical and lighting to brakes and transmissions. Each lab includes: Objective of the lab Safety precautions Tools needed to complete the lab Challenging review questions help to reinforce the topics covered and are patterned after the typical questions found on the ASE Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Certification tests (T3 through T8). Written by an expert with decades of experience as an automotive and diesel technician and instructor, this lab manual is the perfect companion to the comprehensive text, Truck and Trailer Systems. Truck and Trailer Systems Lab Manual covers: Vehicle identification numbers Engine, transmission, and drive axle ID tag numbers Safety Tools and measuring equipment Basic electrical Magnetism Batteries Starting system Charging system Lighting and wiring Computer systems Mobile heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems Tires, wheels, and wheel end systems Frames and suspensions Steering systems Trailers and fifth wheels Hydraulic brake systems Air brake foundation brakes Air brake air system Anti-lock brake systems Drive lines Clutches Drive axles Single and twin countershaft manual transmissions Automated manual transmissions Automatic transmissions Allison automatic transmissions PMI Auxiliary power unitsLighting. and. Wiring. Review. Questions. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. This page intentionally left blank Computer Systems Review Questions 2. ... Only a or b are correct. The best method of wire repair is a. butt connectors. b. sealed butt connectors. c. soldering. d. None of ... Look at the wiring diagram c. Repair the wiring d.
|Title||:||Truck and Trailer Systems Lab Manual|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2014-03-08|