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Automotive Technology (CIP 47.0604)

The Automotive Technology Program provides the student with practical instruction in the diagnosis, repair, and adjustment of all phases of the automobile. Instruction will also be given on the use of up-to-date equipment used in areas such as analyzing, fuel injection, ignition, electrical controls, ABS braking systems, computer engine controls, four-wheel alignment, and State Safety Inspection. Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to test for a State Inspection Mechanic license, and may seek entry level employment as an automotive technician, automobile salesperson, garage salesperson, service manager, parts salesperson, or service writer.

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