Today’s Technician: Automotive Electricity and Electronics

Today's Technician Automotive Electricity and Electronics pdf

Download Automotive Electricity and Electronics – Ideal for aspiring and active automotive professionals, TODAY’S TECHNICIAN: AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY & ELECTRONICS equips readers to confidently understand, diagnose, and repair electrical and electronic systems in today’s automobiles.

Using a unique two-volume approach to optimize learning in both the classroom and the auto shop, the first volume (Classroom Manual) details the theory and application of electricity, electronics, and circuitry in modern automobiles, while the second (Shop Manual) covers real-world symptoms, diagnostics, and repair information.

Known for its comprehensive coverage, accurate and up-to-date technical information, and hundreds of detailed illustrations and vibrant photographs, the text is an ideal resource to prepare for success as an automotive technician or pursue ASE certification. Now updated with extensive information on new and emerging technology and techniques—including audio and infotainment systems, LED and adaptive lighting, hybrid and electric vehicles, and accessory systems—the Sixth Edition also aligns with the NATEF 2012 accreditation model, including job sheets correlated to specific AST and MAST tasks.
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Review – Automotive Electricity and Electronics

“This is a very good classroom and shop manual that any student can understandand get a good comprehension on electrical diagnosis and repair.”- Jason Daniels, University of Northwestern Ohio

“I like this book compared to others. I will use this book for years to come.”- Gary Norden, Elgin Community College

About the Author

Barry Hollembeak has been involved in the automotive repair industry for more than 40 years and has provided technical training to dealership technicians for 20 years. Mr. Hollembeak entered the automotive technology field in 1974 as a service technician, working in both fleet and independent repair shops before opening his own repair facility.

After selling his business and retiring as a technician, he became an instructor and author, teaching automotive technology at the post-secondary level for five years and serving as director of education for two years. Mr. Hollembeak then entered manufacturer training.

He currently owns his own training development company, which provides both written training materials and eLearning courses to the aftermarket automotive repair industry. Mr. Hollembeak is a Master and Advanced Engine Performance Certified Technician with ASE; serves as an advisory board member for Arapahoe Community College’s automotive technology program; and is involved with the College Automotive Program, AYES, and SkillsUSA. Mr. Hollembeak has been a guest speaker for NATEF, CATS, and several other organizations.

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