• CLUSTER       Transportation, Distribution and Logistics      
    PATHWAY       Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance Pathway      
    PROGRAM OF STUDY   Automotive Technology      
    WVEIS CODE     TR1620      
                     
    NATIONAL STANDARDS & INDUSTRY CREDENTIAL      
    NATEF: Maintenance and Light Repair          
    NATEF: Automobile Service Technology        
    ASE: ASE Student Certification- http://www.asestudentcertification.com/      
    NATEF: Integrated Academic Skills          
    ONET CODES and OCCUPATIONS        
    ONET:  49-3023.01 - Automotive Master Mechanics      
    ONET:  49-3093.00 - Tire Repairers and Changers      
    ONET:  49-3023.02 - Automotive Specialty Technicians      
    ONET:  49-3031.00 - Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists      
                     
    Sample of job titles upon completion of the Program of Study: Automotive Technician (Auto Technician), Automobile Mechanic (Auto Mechanic), Automotive Worker, Maintenance Mechanic, Maintenance and Light Repair Technician, Brake Technician, Tire Technician, Tire Changer, General Service Technician.
                     
    REQUIRED COURSES           
    WVEIS Code       Course      
    1631         Automotive Technology MLR-1      
    1623         Automotive Technology MLR-2      
    1625         Automotive Technology MLR-3      
    1637         Automotive Technology MLR-4      
                     
    RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE COURSES      
    1629         Automotive Technology AST-1      
    1633         Automotive Technology AST-2      
    1635         Automotive Technology AST-3      
    1627         Automotive Technology AST-4      
    0520         Work-Based Integration and Transition      
                     
    SKILLS SETS            
    Career Preparation Skills            
    Safety              
    Leadership Development            
    Customer and Personal Service          
    Literacy and Numeracy            
    Automotive Service Consultant          
    Tire Repair and Replacement          
    Maintenance Services            
    Electrical System Diagnosis and Repair          
    Engine and Engine Performance Diagnosis and Repair      
    Heating and Air Conditioning Diagnosis and Repair      
    Brake System Diagnosis and Repair          
    Suspension and Steering Diagnosis and Repair      
    Driveline Diagnosis and Repair          
    Skill sets for Career Preparation Skills, Safety, Leadership Development and Customer and Personal Service should be integrated throughout the Program of Study as remaining skill sets are delivered.
    Career Preparation, Safety, Leadership Development, Customer Service and Literacy and Numeracy skill sets should be integrated throughout the Program of Study as remaining skill sets are delivered.
    Skill Set    Career Preparation Skills
    Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of
       
    TR .1    career paths.      
    goal development and achievement.      
     attitudes and work habits that support career retention and advancement.      
    communication in varied contexts.      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .2     relate skills and abilities to possible career pathways.      
    TR .3     explain methods of goal development.      
    TR .4     discuss methods of time management and task coordination.      
    TR .5     practice professionalism in punctuality, appropriate dress, task completion, etc.      
    TR .6     investigate methods of supervision such as giving and receiving feedback and instruction.      
    TR .7     develop and present a statement of their personal work ethic beliefs.      
    TR .8     prepare an application, cover letter, resume and thank you letter.      
    TR .9     create a personal portfolio for use when applying for employment.      
    TR .10     access customer needs, meet quality standards for service and evaluate customer satisfaction.      
    Skill Set Safety
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will demonstrate knowledge of
         
    TR .12   safety procedures.      
    accident reporting agencies.      
    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .13     recognize the main causes of accidents.      
    TR .14     research agencies that are responsible for emergencies in the workplace.      
    TR .15     develop a plan which outlines the procedures for handling an accident.      
    TR .16     demonstrate operating instructions before using any equipment.      
    TR .17     establish procedures for safe evacuation of the worksite in the event of an emergency.      
    TR .18     follow safety and security procedures.      
    TR .19     wear PPE as required for specified task.      
    Skill Set Leadership Development
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will demonstrate knowledge of
         
    TR .21    public speaking.       
     parliamentary law.      
    leadership concepts.      
    characteristics of effective teams and organizations.      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .22     develop and deliver speeches.      
    TR .23     participate in meetings using parliamentary procedure.      
    TR .24     attend leadership conferences and training (local, state and/or national).      
    TR .25     volunteer in community service opportunities.      
    TR .26     participate in career development events.      
    Skill Set Customer and Personal Service    
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will demonstrate knowledge of
         
    TR .27   customer needs assessment.      
    quality standards for services.      
    assessing of customer satisfaction.      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .28     Examine vehicles to determine extent of damage or malfunctions.      
    TR .29     Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including belts, hoses, steering systems, brake and fuel systems, wheel bearings, and other potentially troublesome areas.      
    TR .30     Examine vehicles, compile estimates of repair costs, and secure customers' approval to perform repairs.      
    TR .31     Plan work procedures, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.      
    TR .32     Test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers performance specifications.      
    TR .33     Maintain cleanliness of work area.      
    Skill Set Literacy and Numeracy
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will demonstrate knowledge of
         
    TR .35   literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex.      
    real-world problems associated with their career/technical content area.      
    improve their thinking and reasoning skills.      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .36     utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to complete career/technical assignments and projects.      
    TR .37     demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.      
    TR .38     demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.      
    TR .39     analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and projects.      
    Skill Set Automotive Service Consultant
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will demonstrate knowledge of
         
    TR .41   Customer relations.      
    Product knowledge of the mechanical, cooling, fuel, ignition, exhaust and starting systems.      
    A courtesy vehicle inspection.      
    A WV state vehicle inspection.      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .42     Demonstrate appropriate greeting skills.      
    TR .43     Obtain, confirm, and document pertinent vehicle/customer contact information.      
    TR .44     Locate and utilize vehicle ID number (VIN).      
    TR .45     Identify automotive body styles.      
    TR .46     Review vehicle service history.      
    TR .47     Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including belts, hoses, steering systems, spark plugs, brake and fuel systems, wheel bearings, and other potentially troublesome areas.       
    TR .48     Examine vehicles, compile estimates of repair costs, and secure customers' approval to perform repairs.      
    TR .49     Verify availability of parts.      
    TR .50     Plan work procedures, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.      
    TR .51     Perform a WV state vehicle inspection.      
    TR .52     Maintain cleanliness of work area.      
    Skill Set Participating in the Student Organization
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    TR .53     Identify the purposes and goals of the student/professional organization.      
    TR .54     Explain the benefits and responsibilities of participation in student/professional/civic organization as an adult      
    TR .55     Demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student/professional/civic organization activities such as meetings, programs, and projects.      
                     
    Automotive Technology MLR-1         WVEIS 1631
                     
    Skill Set Career Opportunities and Practices
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will demonstrate knowledge of
         
    1631 .1   evaluating careers and training opportunities in automotive technology.      
    developing communication skills      
    Performance Objectives     Students will Skill Set Met
     
    1631 .2     Research a variety of careers related to automotive technology and the training necessary to be successful in those careers.      
    1631 .3     Demonstrate attitudes and behaviors required to succeed in careers in the field of automotive technology.      
    1631 .4     Investigate sources of information about careers in automotive technology.      
    1631 .5     Communicate with customers verbally and create a work order.      
    1631 .6     Generate an estimate and order parts.      
    1631 .7     Practice clean and orderly work habits.      
    NATEF MLR TASKSHEET
    Skill Set Shop and Personal Safety
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1631 .8   demonstrate the ability to perform all tasks in a safe and expedient manner.      
    research OSHA “Right to Know” laws and proper handling of hazardous materials.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1631 .9 C451 0A1 Identify general shop safety rules and procedures. P-1    
    1631 .10 C452 0A2 Utilize safe procedures for handling of tools and equipment. P-1    
    1631 .11 C453 0A3 Identify and use proper placement of floor jacks and jack stands. P-1    
    1631 .12 C454 0A4 Identify and use proper procedures for safe lift operation. P-1    
    1631 .13 C455 0A5 Utilize proper ventilation procedures for working within the lab/shop area. P-1    
    1631 .14 C456 0A6 Identify marked safety areas. P-1    
    1631 .15 C457 N/A Identify the location and use of fire blankets. P-1    
    1631 .16 C458 0A7 Identify the location and the types of fire extinguishers and other fire safety equipment; demonstrate knowledge of the procedures for using fire extinguishers and other fire safety equipment. P-1    
    1631 .17 C459 0A8 Identify the location and use of eye wash stations. P-1    
    1631 .18 C460 0A9 Identify the location of posted evacuation routes. P-1    
    1631 .19 C461 0A10 Comply with the required safe use of safety glasses, ear protection, gloves, and shoes, during lab/shop activities. P-1    
    1631 .20 C462 0A11 Identify and wear appropriate clothing for lab/shop activities. P-1    
    1631 .21 C463 0A12 Secure hair and jewelry for lab/shop activities. P-1    
    1631 .22 C464 0A13 Demonstrate awareness of the safety aspects of supplemental restraint systems (SRS), electronic brake control systems, and hybrid vehicle high voltage circuits. P-1    
    1631 .23 C895 0A14 Demonstrate awareness of the safety aspects of high voltage circuits (such as high intensity discharge (HID) lamps, ignitions systems, injection systems, etc.).  P-1    
    1631 .24 C465 0A15 Locate and demonstrate knowledge of material safety data sheets (MSDS). P-1    
    Skill Set Tools and Equipment
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1631 .25   Identify and demonstrate proper use of necessary tools.      
    Properly maintain all tools.      
    Evaluate proper safety procedures.      
    Use all measuring tools and equipment properly.      
    Research fractional and metric layout.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1631 .26 C466 0B1 Identify tools and their usage in automotive applications. P-1    
    1631 .27 C467 0B2 Identify standard and metric designation. P-1    
    1631 .28 C468 0B3 Demonstrate safe handling and use of appropriate tools. P-1    
    1631 .29 C469 0B4 Demonstrate proper cleaning, storage, and maintenance of tools and equipment. P-1    
    1631 .30 C896 0B5 Demonstrate proper use of precision measuring tools (i.e. micrometer, dial-indicator, dial-caliper). P-1    
    1631 .31 C471 N/A Proper vehicle identification information, Define the use and purpose of the VIN, engine numbers and data code, Locate VIN, Apply knowledge of VIN information.      
    Skill Set Preparing Vehicle for Service
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1631 .32   Identify vehicle information.      
    Prepare vehicle work order.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1631 .33 C472 0C1 Identify information needed and the service requested on a repair order. P-1    
    1631 .34 C473 0C2 Identify purpose and demonstrate proper use of fender covers, mats. P-1    
    1631 .35 C474 0C3 Demonstrate use of 3 C’s (concern, cause and correction). P-1    
    1631 .36 C475 0C4 Review vehicle service history. P-1    
    1631 .37 C590 0C5 Complete work order to include customer information, vehicle identifying information, customer concern, related service history, cause, and correction. P-1    
    1631 .38 C476 0D1 Ensure vehicle is prepared to return to customer per school/company policy (floor mats, steering wheel cover etc.). P-1    
    Skill Set Electrical-General Electrical System Diagnosis
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1631 .39   Evaluate automotive electrical systems.      
    Utilize electrical system tools.      
    Summarize battery systems.      
    Demonstrate battery safety.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1631 .40 C286 6A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1631 .41 C641 6A4 Demonstrate the proper use of a digital multimeter (DMM) when measuring source voltage, voltage drop, (including grounds), current flow and resistance. P-1    
    1631 .42 C291 6A6 Check operation of electrical circuits with a test light. P-2    
    1631 .43 C295 6A7 Check operation of electrical circuits with fused jumper wires. P-2    
    1631 .44 C298 6A9 Inspect and test fusible links, circuit breakers, and fuses; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1631 .45 C643 6A11 Replace electrical connectors and terminal ends. P-1    
    1631 .46 C301 6A10 Perform solder repair of electrical wiring. P-1    
    1631 .47 C951 6A2 Demonstrate knowledge of electrical/electronic series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits using principles of electricity (Ohm's Law).  P-1    
    1631 .48 C289 6A3 Use wiring diagrams to trace electrical/electronic circuits . P-1    
    1631 .49 C296 6A5 Demonstrate knowledge of the causes and effects from shorts, grounds, opens, and resistance problems in electrical/electronic circuits.  P-2    
    1631 .50 C954 6A8 Measure key-off battery drain (parasitic draw). P-1    
    Skill Set Electrical-Diagnosis and Service of Batteries
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1631 .51   Utilize electrical system tools.      
    Summarize battery systems.      
    Demonstrate battery safety.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1631 .52 C302 6B1 Perform battery state-of-charge test; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1631 .53 C818 6B2 Confirm proper battery capacity for vehicle application; perform battery capacity for vehicle application; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1631 .54 C304 6B3 Maintain or restore electronic memory functions. P-1    
    1631 .55 C644 6B4 Inspect and  clean battery; fill battery cells; check battery cables, connectors, clamps, and hold-downs. P-1    
    1631 .56 C819 6B5 Perform slow/fast  battery charge according to manufacturer's recommendations. P-1    
    1631 .57 C820 6B6 Jump-start  vehicle using jumper cables and a booster battery or an auxiliary power supply. P-1    
    1631 .58 C561 6B7 Identify high voltage circuits of electric or hybrid electric vehicle and related safety precautions. P-3    
    1631 .59 C645 6B8 Identify electronic modules, security systems, radios, and other accessories that require re-initialization or code entry after reconnecting vehicle battery.  P-1    
    1631 .60 C874 6B9 Identify hybrid vehicle auxiliary (12v) battery service, repair and test procedures. P-3    
    Skill Set Engines-Lubrication and Cooling Systems Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1631 .61   Identify parts and condition of cooling and lubrication systems.      
    Demonstrate proper techniques for working with the systems.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1631 .62 C578 1C1 Perform cooling system pressure and dye tests to identify leaks; check coolant condition and level; inspect and test radiator, pressure cap, coolant recovery tank, and heater core and galley plugs; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1631 .63 C734 1C2 Inspect, replace, and adjust drive belts, tensioners, and pulleys; check pulley and belt alignment. P-1    
    1631 .64 C735 1C3 Remove, inspect,  and replace thermostat and gasket/seal. P-1    
    1631 .65 C050 1C4 Inspect and test coolant; drain and recover coolant; flush and refill cooling system with recommended coolant; bleed air as required. P-1    
    1631 .66 C737 1C5 Perform engine oil and filter change. P-1    
    1631 .67 NN01 N/A Demonstrate the use of the 3 Cs (concern, cause, and correction).      
                     
    Automotive Technology MLR-2         WVEIS 1623
                     
    Skill Set Steering & Suspension-Diagnosis and Repair of Wheels and Tires
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .1   Evaluate conditions of wheels and tires.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .2 C619 4D1 Inspect tire condition; identify tire wear patterns; check for correct size and application (load and speed ratings) and adjust air pressure; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .3 C222 4D2 Rotate tires according to manufacturer’s recommendations. P-1    
    1623 .4 C620 4D3 Dismount, inspect, and remount tire on wheel; Balance wheel and tire assembly (static and dynamic). P-1    
    1623 .5 C621 4D4 Dismount, inspect, and remount tire on wheel equipped with tire pressure monitoring system sensor. P-2    
    1623 .6 C580 4D5 Inspect tire and wheel assembly for air loss; perform necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .7 C552 4D6 Repair tire using internal patch. P-1    
    1623 .8 C935 4D7 Identify and test tire pressure monitoring systems (indirect and direct) for operation; verify operation of instrument panel lamps.  P-2    
    1623 .9 C936 4D8 Demonstrate knowledge of steps required to remove and replace sensors in a tire pressure monitoring system.  P-2    
    1623 .10 NN01 N/A Demonstrate use of 3 Cs (concern, cause, correction).      
    Skill Set Brakes-Diagnosis and Repair of Hydraulic Systems
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .11   Summarize the elements of hydraulic systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .12 C230 5A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1623 .13 C944 5A2 Describe procedure for performing a road test to check brake system operation, including an anti-lock brake system (ABS). P-1    
    1623 .14 C251 5A3 Install wheel and torque lug nuts. P-1    
    1623 .15 C622 5B1 Measure brake pedal height, travel, and free play (as applicable); determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .16 C237 5B3 Inspect brake lines, flexible hoses, and fittings for leaks, dents, kinks, rust, cracks, bulging, wear; tighten loose fittings and supports; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .17 C239 5B4 Select, handle, store, and fill brake fluids to proper level. P-1    
    1623 .18 C705 5B6 Bleed and/or flush brake system. P-1    
    1623 .19 C625 5B7 Test brake fluid for contamination. P-1    
    1623 .20 C946 5B2 Check master cylinder for external leaks and proper operation.  P-1    
    1623 .21 C947 5B5 Identify components of the brake warning light system P-3    
    Skill Set Brakes-Diagnosis and Repair of Drum Brake Systems
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .22   Summarize the elements of drum brake systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .23 C800 5C1 Remove, clean, inspect, and measure brake drum diameter; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .24 C626 5C2 Refinish brake drum and measure final drum diameter; compare with specifications. P-1    
    1623 .25 C248 5C3 Remove, clean, and inspect brake shoes, springs, pins, clips, levers, adjusters/self-adjusters, other related brake hardware, and backing support plates; lubricate and reassemble. P-1    
    1623 .26 C707 5C4 Inspect wheel cylinders for leaks and proper operation; remove and replace as needed. P-2    
    1623 .27 C801 5C5 Pre-adjust brake shoes and parking brake; install brake drums or drum/hub assemblies and wheel bearings; make final checks and adjustments. P-2    
    Skill Set Brakes-Diagnosis and Repair of Disk Brake Systems
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .28   Summarize the elements of disk brake systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .29 C802 5D1 Remove and clean caliper assembly; inspect for leaks and damage to caliper housing; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .30 C803 5D2 Clean and inspect caliper mounting and slides/pins for operation, wear, and damage; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .31 C627 5D3 Remove, inspect and replace pads and retaining hardware; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .32 C805 5D4 Lubricate and reinstall caliper, pads, and related hardware; seat pads and inspect for leaks. P-1    
    1623 .33 C628 5D5 Clean and inspect rotor, measure rotor thickness, thickness variation, and lateral runout; determine necessary action P-1    
    1623 .34 C806 5D6 Remove and reinstall rotor. P-1    
    1623 .35 C629 5D7 Refinish rotor on vehicle; measure final rotor thickness and compare with specifications P-1    
    1623 .36 C630 5D8 Refinish rotor off vehicle; measure final rotor thickness and compare with specifications  P-1    
    1623 .37 C631 5D9 Retract and re-adjust caliper piston on an integral parking brake system.  P-3    
    1623 .38 C632 5D10 Check brake pad wear indicator; determine necessary action.  P-2    
    1623 .39 C948 5D11 Describe importance of operating vehicle to burnish/break-in replacement brake pads according to manufacturer's recommendations. P-1    
    Skill Set Brakes-Diagnosis and Repair of Power Assist Units
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .40   summarize the elements of power assist units.      
    Examine and analyze units.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the units.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .41 C807 5E1 Check brake pedal travel with, and without, engine running to verify proper power booster operation.  P-2    
    1623 .42 C808 5E2 Check vacuum supply (manifold or auxiliary pump) to vacuum-type power booster. P-1    
    Skill Set Brakes-Diagnosis and Repair of Miscellaneous Automotive Items
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .43   Examine and analyze automotive items.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of miscellaneous automotive items.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques of the items.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .44 C810 5F1 Remove, clean, inspect, repack, and install wheel bearings; replace seals; install hub and adjust bearings. P-1    
    1623 .45 C811 5F2 Check parking brake cables and components for wear, binding, and corrosion; clean, lubricate, adjust or replace as needed. P-2    
    1623 .46 C633 5F3 Check parking brake operation and parking brake indicator light system operation; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1623 .47 C272 5F4 Check operation of brake stop light system. P-1    
    1623 .48 C273 5F5 Replace wheel bearing and race. P-2    
    1623 .49 C274 5F6 Inspect and replace wheel studs. P-1    
    Skill Set Brakes-Diagnosis and Repair of Anti-lock Brake Systems
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .50   Summarize the elements of Anti-lock Brake systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1623 .51 C949 5G1 Identify traction control/vehicle stability control system components.  P-3    
    1623 .52 C950 5G2 Describe the operation of a regenerative braking system.  P-3    
    1623 .53 NN01 N/A Demonstrate use of 3 Cs (concern, cause, and correction).      
    Skill Set Steering & Suspension-Diagnosis of Steering & Suspension Systems
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1623 .54   Summarize the elements of steering systems.      
    Summarize the elements of suspension systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
      A. General Suspension and Steering Systems Diagnosis      
    1623 .55 C166 4A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1623 .56 C168 4A2 Disable and enable supplemental restraint system (SRS).  P-1    
      B. Steering Systems Diagnosis and Repair      
    1623 .57 C933 4B1 Inspect rack and pinion steering gear inner tie rod ends (sockets) and bellows boots. P-1    
    1623 .58 C177 4B2 Determine proper power steering fluid type; inspect fluid level and condition. P-1    
    1623 .59 C178 4B3 Flush, fill, and bleed power steering system. P-2    
    1623 .60 C180 4B5 Remove, inspect, replace, and adjust power steering pump drive belt. P-1    
    1623 .61 C183 4B6 Inspect and replace power steering hoses and fittings. P-2    
    1623 .62 C184 4B7 Inspect pitman arm, relay (centerlink/intermediate) rod, idler arm and mountings, and steering linkage damper. P-1    
    1623 .63 C700 4B21 Inspect electric power assist steering. P-3    
    1623 .64 C551 4B22 Identify hybrid vehicle power steering system electrical circuits and safety precautions. P-2    
    1623 .65 C916 4B8 Inspect tie rod ends (sockets), tie rod sleeves, and clamps.  P-1    
    1623 .66 C197 4B4 Inspect for power steering fluid leakage; determine necessary action.  P-1    
    1623 .67 C919 4B10 Inspect and replace rebound and jounce bumpers.  P-1    
    1623 .68 C920 4B9 Inspect upper and lower control arms, bushings, and shafts.  P-1    
    1623 .69 C921 4B11 Inspect track bar, strut rods/radius arms, and related mounts and bushings.  P-1    
    1623 .70 C922 4B12 Inspect upper and lower ball joints (with or without wear indicators).  P-1    
    1623 .71 C923 4B13 Inspect suspension system coil springs and spring insulators (silencers).  P-1    
    1623 .72 C924 4B14 Inspect suspension system torsion bars and mounts.  P-1    
    1623 .73 C925 4B15 Inspect and replace front stabilizer bar (sway bar) bushings, brackets, and links.  P-1    
    1623 .74 C926 4B16 Inspect strut cartridge or assembly.  P-1    
    1623 .75 C927 4B17 Inspect front strut bearing and mount.  P-1    
    1623 .76 C928 4B18 Inspect rear suspension system lateral links/arms (track bars), control (trailing) arms.  P-1    
    1623 .77 C929 4B19 Inspect rear suspension system leaf spring(s), spring insulators (silencers), shackles, brackets, bushings, center pinks/bolts, and mounts.  P-1    
    1623 .78 C202 4B20 Inspect, remove, and replace shock absorbers; inspect mounts and bushings.  P-1    
    1623 .79 C931 4B23 Describe the function of the power steering pressure switch.  P-3    
      C. Suspension Systems Diagnosis and Repair      
    1623 .80 C939 4C1 Perform prealignment inspection and measure vehicle ride height; determine necessary action.       
                     
    Automotive Technology MLR-3          WVEIS 1625
                     
    Skill Set Electrical-Demonstrate Starting System Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .1   Summarize the elements of starting systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .2 C309 6C1 Perform starter current draw tests; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1625 .3 C310 6C2 Perform starter circuit voltage drop tests; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1625 .4 C311 6C3 Inspect and test starter relays and solenoids; determine necessary action. P-2    
    1625 .5 C312 6C4 Remove and install starter in a vehicle. P-1    
    1625 .6 C313 6C5 Inspect and test switches, connectors, and wires of starter control circuits; determine necessary action. P-2    
    Skill Set Electrical-Demonstrate Charging System Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .7   Summarize the elements of charging systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .8 C315 6D1 Perform charging system output test; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1625 .9 C317 6D2 Inspect, adjust, or replace generator (alternator) drive belts;  check pulleys and tensioners for wear; check pulley and belt alignment. P-1    
    1625 .10 C318 6D3 Remove, inspect, and re-install generator (alternator). P-2    
    1625 .11 C319 6D4 Perform charging circuit voltage drop tests; determine necessary action. P-1    
    Skill Set Electrical-Demonstrate Lighting System Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .12   Summarize the elements of lighting systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .13 C321 6E2 Aim headlights. P-2    
    1625 .14 C564 6E3 Identify system voltage and safety precautions associated with high intensity discharge headlights. P-2    
    1625 .15 C956 6E1 Inspect interior and exterior lamps and sockets including headlights and auxiliary lights (fog lights/driving lights); replace as needed.  P-1    
    Skill Set Electrical-Demonstrate Accessories System Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .16   Summarize the elements of accessories systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .17 C957 6F4 Verify operation of instrument panel gauges and warning/indicator lights; reset maintenance indicators.  P-1    
    1625 .18 C958 6F5 Verify windshield wiper and washer operation; replace wiper blades P-1    
    1625 .19 C335 6F1 Disable and enable the airbag system for vehicle service; verify indicator lamp operation. P-1    
    1625 .20 C337 6F2 Remove and reinstall door panel. P-1    
    1625 .21 C648 6F3 Describe the operation of keyless entry/remote-start systems. P-3    
    Skill Set Engines-General Engines
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .22   Summarize the elements of engines.      
    Examine and analyze engine systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the engines.      
    Demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .23 C002 1A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1625 .24 C004 1A3 Inspect engine assembly for fuel, oil, coolant, and other leaks; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1625 .25 C541 1A4 Install engine covers using gaskets, seals and sealers as required. P-1    
    1625 .26 C886 1A6 Perform common fastener and thread repair to include: remove broken bolt, restore internal and external threads, and repair internal threads with thread insert. P-1    
    1625 .27 C898 1A2 Verify operation of the instrument panel engine warning indicators.  P-1    
    1625 .28 C899 1A5 Remove and replace timing belt; verify correct camshaft timing. P-1    
    1625 .29 C900 1A7 Identify hybrid vehicle internal combustion engine service precautions.  P-3    
    Skill Set Engines-Diagnosis and Repair of Cylinder Head and Valve Train
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .30   summarize the elements of cylinder head and valve train.      
    demonstrate proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .31 C723 1B1 Adjust valves (mechanical or hydraulic lifters). P-1    
    Skill Set Engine Performance-General Engine Diagnosis
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1625 .32   Summarize the elements of powertrain management system.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate and diagnose proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1625 .33 C387 8A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1625 .34 C392 8A2 Perform engine absolute (vacuum/boost) manifold pressure tests; determine necessary action P-1    
    1625 .35 C393 8A3 Perform cylinder power balance test; determine necessary action. P-2    
    1625 .36 C709 8A4 Perform cylinder cranking and running compression tests; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1625 .37 C395 8A5 Perform cylinder leakage test; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1625 .38 C398 8A6 Verify engine operating temperature. P-1    
    1625 .39 C960 8A7 Remove and replace spark plugs; inspect secondary ignition components for wear and damage. P-1    
                     
    Automotive Technology MLR-4           WVEIS 1637
                     
    Skill Set Engine Performance-Computerized Engine Controls
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1637 .1   Summarize the elements of engine control system.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate and diagnose proper repair techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1637 .2 C659 8B1 Retrieve and record diagnostic trouble codes, OBD monitor status, and freeze frame data; clear codes when applicable. P-1    
    1637 .3 C661 8B2 Describe the importance of operating all OBDII monitors for repair verification. P-1    
    Skill Set Engine Performance-Fuel, Air Induction, and Exhaust Systems Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1637 .4   Summarize the elements of Fuel, Air and Exhaust systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate and diagnose proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1637 .5 C422 8C1 Replace fuel filter(s). P-1    
    1637 .6 C962 8C2 Inspect, service, or replace air filters, filter housings, and intake duct work. P-1    
    1637 .7 C428 8C3 Inspect integrity of the exhaust manifold, exhaust pipes, muffler(s), catalytic converter(s), resonator(s), tail pipe(s), and heat shields; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1637 .8 C963 8C4 Inspect condition of exhaust system hangers, brackets, clamps, and heat shields; repair or replace as needed. P-1    
    1637 .9 C964 8C5 Check and refill diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). P-3    
    Skill Set Engine Performance-Emissions Control Systems Diagnosis and Repair
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1637 .10   Summarize the elements of Emissions control systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate and diagnose proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
    1637 .11 C432 8D1 Inspect, test, and service positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) filter/breather cap, valve, tubes, orifices, and hoses; perform necessary action. P-2    
    Skill Set Automatic Transmission & Transaxle-Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Adjustment
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1637 .12   Summarize the elements of the automatic transmission/transaxle system.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper operation of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
      A. General Transmission and Transaxle Diagnosis      
    1637 .13 C681 2A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, fluid type, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1637 .14 C902 2A2 Check fluid level in a transmission or a transaxle equipped with a dip-stick.  P-1    
    1637 .15 C903 2A3 Check fluid level in a transmission or a transaxle not equipped with a dip-stick.  P-1    
    1637 .16 C904 2A4 Check transmission fluid condition; check for leaks.  P-2    
      B. In-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Maintenance and Repair      
    1637 .17 C683 2B1   Inspect, adjust, and replace external manual valve shift linkage, transmission range sensor/switch, and park/neutral position switch. P-2    
    1637 .18 C905 2B2   Inspect for leakage at external seals, gaskets, and bushings. P-2    
    1637 .19 C906 2B3   Inspect, replace and align power train mounts. P-2    
    1637 .20 C907 2B4   Drain and replace fluid and filter(s). P-1    
      C. Off-Vehicle Transmission and Transaxle Repair      
    1637 .21 C606 2C1   Describe the operational characteristics of a continuously variable transmission (CVT) P-3    
    1637 .22 C607 2C2   Describe the operational characteristics of a hybrid vehicle drive train. P-3    
    Skill Set Manual Drive Train and Axles-Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Adjustment
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1637 .23   Summarize the elements of the manual transmission/transaxle system.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper operation of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
      A. General Drive Train Diagnosis      
    1637 .24 C102 3A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, fluid type, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
    1637 .25 C901 3A3 Check fluid condition; check for leaks P-2    
    1637 .26 C105 3A2 Drain and fill manual transmission/transaxle and final drive unit. P-1    
      B. Clutch Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .27 C908 3B1 Check and adjust clutch master cylinder fluid level.  P-1    
    1637 .28 C909 3B2 Check for system leaks P-1    
      C. Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .29 C611 3C1 Describe the operational characteristics of an electronically controlled manual transmission/transaxle. P-3    
      D. Drive Shaft and Half Shaft, Universal and Constant-Velocity (CV) Joint Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .30 C134 3D1 Inspect, remove and replace front wheel drive (FWD) bearings, hubs, and seals. P-2    
    1637 .31 C849 3D2 Inspect, service, and replace shafts, yokes, boots, and universal/CV joints. P-2    
      E. Drive Axle Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .32 C785 3E1 Clean and inspect differential housing; check for leaks; inspect housing vent. P-2    
    1637 .33 C911 3E2 Check and adjust differential housing fluid level.  P-1    
    1637 .34 C912 3E3 Drain and refill differential housing.  P-1    
    1637 .35 C154 3E1:1 Inspect and replace drive axle wheel studs. P-2    
      F. Four-wheel Drive/All-wheel Drive Component Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .36 C913 3F1 Inspect front-wheel bearings and locking hubs. P-3    
    1637 .37 C914 3F2 Check for leaks at drive assembly seals; check vents; check lube level.  P-2    
    Skill Set Heating and Air Conditioning-Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Adjustment
    Knowledge Objectives       Students will
         
    1637 .38   Summarize the elements of the HVAC systems.      
    Examine and analyze systems.      
    Evaluate the proper functioning of the system.      
    Demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.      
    Performance Objectives CDX Tasksheet Number NATEF 2013 MLR Reference   Students will 2013 NATEF MLR Priority Date Covered Skill Set Met
      A. A/C System Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .39 C342 7A1 Research applicable vehicle and service information, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins. P-1    
      B. Refrigeration System Component Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .40 C653 7B1 Inspect and replace A/C compressor drive belts, pulleys, and tensioners; determine necessary action. P-1    
    1637 .41 C827 7B2 Identify hybrid vehicle A/C system electrical circuits and the service/safety precautions. P-2    
    1637 .42 C959 7B3 Inspect A/C condenser for airflow restrictions; determine necessary action. P-1    
      C. Heating, Ventilation, and Engine Cooling Systems Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .43 C364 7C1 Inspect engine cooling and heater systems hoses; perform necessary action. P-1    
      D. Operating Systems and Related Controls Diagnosis and Repair      
    1637 .44 C378 7D1 Inspect A/C-heater ducts, doors, hoses, cabin filters, and outlets; perform necessary action. P-1    
    1637 .45 C655 7D2 Identify the source of A/C system odors. P-2