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Understanding Automotive Electrical Schematic Diagnosis – For Beginners and Do it Yourselfers

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Platform: Skillshare
Video: 2h 7m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

Description

Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Technician and Instructor Steve Liguori, Teaches Beginners, and Do-it-Yourselfers how to Understand Automotive Electrical Wiring Diagrams and Schematics.  He Demonstrates a Process that can Promote Quick and Accurate Diagnostic Results.

The Achievable Goal for Some Students will be to Diagnose their own Vehicle’s Electrical Problems.  For Others, the Knowledge Gained from Practicing what is Taught in this Program will allow them to Narrow Down the Possible Causes for a Fault they are Experiencing, as well as give them the Confidence to Recognize if the Service Center they utilize is Honest and Competent.

The more you practice what is taught in this course and Apply the Process to various wiring diagrams on your car, the more Comfortable and Proficient you will become.  This course explains the foundation material necessary to Understand many Basic Electrical Circuits.

Having Educated Thousands of Students over the years, Steve has found a way to Cut to the Chase and provide large amounts of understanding in a small amount of time.  Spend a couple of hours Learning, Reviewing and Practicing the Principles in this Course and you will be well on your way to the Basic Automotive Electrical Understanding You Desire!

You will learn

Design and draw a schematic diagram that uses a ground side headlamp switch to control the left and right headlamps which are in parallel with each other.  Additionally, include a fog lamp switch and left and right fog lamps in the schematic.  The fog lamp switch must turn on both fog lamps which are in parallel with each other, but only when the headlamps are on.  Make sure you have a fuse for circuit protection in your drawing.

Lesson 14 demonstrated how a schematic diagram can be drawn many different ways but still be electrically the same.  See if you can come up with a diagram that satisfies the electrical layout described above.

While is recommend to go through the course first before completing the class project, you are welcome to start on it whenever you feel you are ready.  Email me a picture of your class project schematic at [email protected] and I will evaluate your schematic and send you mine.

Good Luck and Thank you for taking this course!

Requirements

There is no prerequisite, anyone can begin this course.. This course is also great for beginners without any Schematic Diagrams knowledge.

This course is for

This course is suitable for beginners.

Steven Liguori

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Platform: Skillshare
Video: 2h 7m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand