AMT 1290 - GM Automotive Electronics
2 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours
A continuation of AMT 1190 . Topics include semiconductor devices with emphasis on the junction diode, the bipolar transistor, and the field effect transistor; electro-mechanical devices, specifically the operation and fault diagnosis and repair of self-rectifying D.C. generators; cranking motors; mechanical and electrical testing equipment used to diagnose malfunctions of the ignition systems and to determine the general condition of the engine for GM vehicles. Prerequisite(s): AMT
Semester Availability: Summer
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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