What you’ll learn
Learn to Eliminate the Possible Causes of Basic Starting System Faults Using a Proven Diagnostic Process
Understand Basic and Intermediate Level Starting System Schematics
Understand Basic Starter Motor Purpose and Major Components
(Suggest Taking) “Do it Yourself – Automotive Electrical Diagnosis – Beginner Course” first.
Anyone can learn from this Course; however, it is Suggested that the Beginner and Intermediate Course be taken first.
This Course Focuses on Teaching Beginner Students, Intermediate Students and Do-it-Yourselfers to Understand Automotive Starting System Operation and Electrical Schematics. Steve Simplifies the Concepts and Explains a Process that can Promote Quick and Accurate Diagnostic Results.
By taking this course, Students will be able to Understand and Narrow Down the Potential Causes of Starting System Problems. For New Technicians, Practicing what is Taught in this Program can consistently Decrease the Time it takes them to Diagnose Electrical Faults.
While the Course Focuses mainly on Starting System Schematics, the Diagnostic Principles and Procedures taught here can also be applied to other Automotive Electrical Systems. Although not Required to Benefit from this Course Depending on Your Experience, it is Recommended that my Beginner and Intermediate Electrical Schematic Diagnostic Courses be completed First Before taking this course.
Of course, if you are going to be doing any work yourself on a car, make sure you are Comfortable that you have the Hands-on Skills to do so. The course explains the Foundation material necessary to Understand and Diagnose many Basic and Intermediate Starting System Schematics. The more you practice what is taught in this course and apply the process to different wiring diagrams on your car, the more Comfortable and Proficient You Will Become.
Who this course is for:
- Do-it-Yourselfers or Anyone who wants to learn how to Diagnose Basic and Intermediate Starting System Schematics.
- Students who want to Learn a Schematic Diagnostic Process to Know what is wrong, instead of Guessing and Changing Parts