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70-1802-W 10-1831-T Automotive Automotive Technology Technology Curriculum Curriculum 2007 2005 Edition Edition Student Student Module 2:

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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS Automotive Technology Module 2: Electrical/Electronic Systems Student Workbook Produced by

Automotive Technology Module 2: Electrical/Electronic Systems Student Workbook

E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS Automotive Technology Module 2: Electrical/Electronic Systems Student Workbook Produced by

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2007 Edition

Catalog no. 70-1802-W © 2007. The Curators of the University of Missouri. All Rights Reserved.

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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS Name: MODULE 2: ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS STUDENT WORKBOOK TRACKING SHEET Instructor

Name:

 
 

MODULE 2: ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS STUDENT WORKBOOK TRACKING SHEET

   
   

Instructor

Student

     

Assignment

Sheet

Title of Assignment Sheet

Guide

Page #

Workbook

Page #

Date

Instructor’s

Initials

AS1-L1-UI

Basic Electrical Theory

21-24

W 1-2

     

AS1-L2-UI

Electrical Measurement and Ohm’s Law

35-38

W 3-4

     

AS1-L1-UII

Components of an Electrical Circuit

79-82

W 5-6

     

AS1-L1-UIII

Basic Testing Information

115-118

W 7-8

     

AS1-L1-UIV

The Basics of the Battery

221-224

W 53-54

     

AS1-L1-UV

Starting System Components and Operation

293-296

W 75-76

     

AS1-L1-UVI

Charging System Components and Operation

359-362

W 93-94

     

AS1-L1-UVII

Lighting Systems and Components

439-442

W 125-126

     

AS1-L1-UX

Accessory Components and Operation

585-588

W 161-162

     
   

Instructor

Student

     

Job Sheet

Title of Job Sheet

Guide

Page #

Workbook

Page #

Date

Instructor’s

Initials

JS1-L2-UIII

Complete a Work Order with Concern, Cause, and Correction

125-126

W 9-10

     

JS2-L2-UIII

Identify and Interpret Electrical/Electronic System Concern

127-128

W 11-12

     

JS3-L2-UIII

Identify Hybrid Vehicle High Voltage Circuits and Service Plug Locations and Safety Precautions

129-130

W 13-14

     

JS1-L3-UIII

Diagnose the Electrical/Electronic Integrity of Electrical Circuits Using Ohm’s Law

147-148

W 15-16

     

JS2-L3-UIII

Measure Voltage in an Electrical Circuit

149-152

W 17-20

     

JS3-L3-UIII

Measure Current in an Electrical Circuit

153-154

W 21-22

     

JS4-L3-UIII

Check Continuity and Measure Resistance in an Electrical Circuit

155-160

W 23-28

     

JS5-L3-UIII

Check Electrical Circuits Using a Test Light

161-162

W 29-30

     

JS6-L3-UIII

Check Electrical Circuits Using Fused Jumper Wires

163-166

W 31-34

     

JS7-L3-UIII

Locate Opens, Shorts, and Grounds in an Electrical Circuit

167-170

W 35-38

     

JS8-L3-UIII

Measure and Diagnose the Cause of Key-Off Battery Drain (Parasitic Draw)

171-172

W 39-40

     

JS9-L3-UIII

Test and Service Fuses, Fusible Links, and Circuit Breakers

173-176

W 41-44

     

JS10-L3-UIII

Test and Service Switches, Connectors, Relays, Solid-State Devices, and Wires of Electrical/Electronic Circuits

177-178

W 45-46

     
           
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MODULE 2: ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

 

STUDENT WORKBOOK TRACKING SHEET – PAGE 2

     

Instructor

Student

   

Job Sheet

Title of Job Sheet

Guide

Page #

Workbook

Page #

Date

Instructor’s

Initials

JS1-L4-UIII

 

Tin the Soldering Iron and Solder Wire Splices

189-190

W 47-48

   

JS2-L4-UIII

 

Repair Terminals, Wiring, and Wiring Harnesses

191-194

W 49-52

   

JS1-L2-UIV

 

Measure the Battery’s State-of-Charge

243-244

W 55-56

   

JS2-L2-UIV

 

Perform a Load Test

245-248

W 57-60

   

JS3-L2-UIV

 

Perform a Quick Charge Test

249-250

W 61-62

   

JS4-L2-UIV

Inspect, Clean, Fill, and Replace a Battery

 

251-254

W 63-66

   

JS5-L2-UIV

 

Identify Electronic Memory Functions Affected by Battery Disconnect and Maintain or Restore the Functions

255-256

W 67-68

   

JS6-L2-UIV

 

Charge a Battery

257-258

W 69-70

   

JS7-L2-UIV

 

Jump-Start a Vehicle

259-260

W 71-72

   

JS8-L2-UIV

 

Identify Hybrid Vehicle Auxiliary (12v) Battery Service, Repair, and Test Procedures

261-262

W 73-74

   

JS1-L2-UV

 

Inspect the Starting System and Perform a Current Draw Test

305-308

W 77-80

   

JS2-L2-UV

Perform Starter Circuit Voltage Drop Tests

 

309-310

W 81-82

   

JS3-L2-UV

Test

the Starter Control Circuit

311-314

W 83-86

   

Components

JS1-L3-UV

 

Remove and Install a Starter

321-322

W 87-88

   

JS2-L3-UV

 

Bench Test a Starter

323-324

W 89-90

   

JS3-L3-UV

Disassemble, Test, and Reassemble a Starter

 

325-326

W 91-92

   

JS1-L2-UVI

 

Perform a Preliminary Inspection and

377-378

W 95-96

   

Test

of the Charging System

JS2-L2-UVI

 

Diagnose the Charging System for Undercharge, No-Charge, or Overcharge Conditions

379-380

W 97-98

   

JS3-L2-UVI

Perform a Charging System Output Test

 

381-384

W 99-102

   

JS4-L2-UVI

 

Perform an Alternator Full-Field Test

385-388

W 103-106

   

JS5-L2-UVI

Perform a Voltage Regulator Cutout Test

 

389-390

W 107-108

   

JS6-L2-UVI

 

Perform Circuit Resistance and Voltage Drop Tests

391-394

W 109-112

   

JS7-L2-UVI

Test

the Charging System Using an

395-396

W 113-114

   

Oscilloscope

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MODULE 2: ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

 

STUDENT WORKBOOK TRACKING SHEET – PAGE 3

   

Instructor

Student

     

Job Sheet

Title of Job Sheet

Guide

Page #

Workbook

Page #

Date

Instructor’s

Initials

JS8-L2-UVI

Determine the Current Requirements for a Charging System

397-398

W 115-116

     

JS1-L3-UVI

Remove and Install the Alternator

405-406

W 117-118

     

JS2-L3-UVI

Disassemble, Inspect, and Reassemble the Alternator

407-410

W 119-122

     

JS3-L3-UVI

Remove, Inspect, and Install the Voltage Regulator

411-412

W 123-124

     

JS1-L2-UVII

Diagnose the Cause of Brighter Than Normal, Intermittent, Dim, or No Light Operation

457-460

W 127-130

     

JS2-L2-UVII

Inspect and Diagnose Incorrect Turn Signal or Hazard Light Operation

461-462

W 131-132

     

JS1-L3-UVII

Inspect, Replace, and Aim Headlights and Bulbs

475-476

W 133-134

     

JS2-L3-UVII

Service the Lighting System Components

477-478

W 135-136

     

JS1-L1-UVIII

Inspect, Test, and Service Intermittent, High, Low, or No Gauge Reading

503-506

W 137-140

     

JS2-L1-UVIII

Test and Service the Incorrect Operation of a Warning Light

507-508

W 141-142

     

JS3-L1-UVIII

Test and Service the Incorrect Operation of an Audible Warning System Device

509-510

W 143-144

     

JS4-L1-UVIII

Inspect, Test, and Repair Sensors, Connectors, and Wires of Digital or Electronic Instrument Circuits

511-514

W 145-148

     

JS1-L1-UIX

Test and Service Incorrect Horn Operation

539-542

W 149-152

     

JS2-L1-UIX

Test and Service Incorrect Windshield Wiper Operation

543-546

W 153-156

     

JS3-L1-UIX

Test and Service Incorrect Windshield Washer Operation

547-550

W 157-160

     

JS1-L2-UX

Diagnose and Repair Motor-Driven Accessory Circuits

617-620

W 163-166

     

JS2-L2-UX

Diagnose and Repair Heated Glass and Mirror Operation

621-624

W 167-170

     

JS3-L2-UX

Diagnose and Repair Heated Seat Operation

625-628

W 171-174

     

JS4-L2-UX

Diagnose and Repair Electric Lock Operation

629-632

W 175-178

     

JS5-L2-UX

Diagnose and Repair Vacuum- Operated Cruise Control Operation

633-636

W 179-182

     

JS6-L2-UX

Diagnose and Repair Electric/

637-640

W 183-186

     

Electronic Cruise Control Operation

 
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Instructor

Student

   

Job Sheet

Title of Job Sheet

Guide

Page #

Workbook

Page #

Date

Instructor’s

Initials

JS7-L2-UX

 

Disarm and Enable the Air Bag System for Vehicle Service

641-642

W 187-188

   

JS8-L2-UX

 

Diagnose Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) Concerns

643-646

W 189-192

   

JS9-L2-UX

 

Diagnose and Repair Radio and Sound System Operation

647-650

W 193-196

   

JS10-L2-UX

 

Remove and Reinstall a Door Panel

651-652

W 197-198

   

JS11-L2-UX

 

Diagnose and Repair Body Electronic Circuits and Module Communications Using a Scan Tool

653-656

W 199-202

   

JS12-L2-UX

 

Diagnose and Repair Antitheft System Operation

657-662

W 203-208

   
   
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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS AS-L-UI BASIc eLectrIcAL theory Directions — Answer the following questions

AS-L-UI

BASIc eLectrIcAL theory

Directions — Answer the following questions by writing all responses on this sheet.

  • 1. What are electrons?

A.

B.

What are neutrons?

C.

What are protons?

  • 2. List four of the six forces that free electrons.

A.

B.

C.

D.

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a utomotivE t Echnology 3. A. What is attraction? B. What is repulsion? 4. Determine if

3.

  • A. What is attraction?

  • B. What is repulsion?

4.

Determine if each of the following is a conductor, insulator, or semiconductor by writing the corresponding number in the blank.

  • A. Rubber

  • 1. Conductor

  • B. Germanium

  • 2. Insulator

  • C. Glass

  • 3. Semiconductor

  • D. Silver

  • E. Silicon

  • F. Copper

5.

What must occur before current can flow through a circuit?

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AS-L-UI

eLectrIcAL meASUremeNt AND ohm’S LAW

Directions — Answer the following questions by writing all responses on this sheet.

  • 1. Match the terms with the appropriate definition by writing the corresponding number in the blank.

Volt

  • A. Unit of measurement for electron resistance in a circuit

1.

  • B. Current

 

2.

Unit of measurement for electron force

  • C. Ampere

 

3.

Flow of electrons through a wire

  • D. Ohm

 

4.

Unit of measurement for electrical current

  • 2. What is Ohm’s law?

  • 3. What are the two rules of electricity?
    A.
    B.

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  • 4. How are electrical components connected in a series circuit?

A.

B.

How are all positive and negative component connections hooked in a parallel circuit?

C.

How are components arranged in a series-parallel circuit?

  • 5. What type of circuit is the starter circuit?

A.

B.

What type of circuit is the headlight circuit?

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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS AS-L-UII compoNeNtS of AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt Directions — Answer the

AS-L-UII

compoNeNtS of AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

Directions — Answer the following questions by writing all responses on this sheet.

  • 1. What are the five factors that influence resistance of conductors?
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.

  • 2. What are the three types of circuit protection devices?
    A.
    B.
    C.

  • 3. What does a capacitor use to absorb or store an electrical charge?

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a utomotivE t Echnology 4. What is the most common circuit control device? 5. What are
  • 4. What is the most common circuit control device?

  • 5. What are the three parts of a bipolar transistor?
    A.
    B.
    C.

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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS AS-L-UIII BASIc teStINg INformAtIoN Directions — Answer the following questions

AS-L-UIII

BASIc teStINg INformAtIoN

Directions — Answer the following questions by writing all responses on this sheet.

  • 1. What should a technician wear when working on or around a vehicle battery?

A.

B.

What safety precautions should be taken after service or repair of the vehicle?

  • 2. What is difficult to perform when using only pictorial wiring

A.

diagrams?

B.

When should the wiring schematic be used?

  • 3. Describe the function of the following pieces of test equipment. A.

DMM—

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a utomotivE t Echnology B. Test light— C. Jumper wire— D. Oscilloscope— 4. What is the

B.

Test light—

C.

Jumper wire—

D.

Oscilloscope—

  • 4. What is the unit of measurement for the voltmeter?

A.

B.

What is the unit of measurement for the ammeter?

C.

What is the unit of measurement for the ohmmeter?

  • 5. When testing circuits, what circuit components should jumper wires be used to bypass?

A.

B.

C.

D.

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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII compLete A Work orDer WIth coNcerN, cAUSe, AND correctIoN

JS-L-UIII

compLete A Work orDer WIth coNcerN, cAUSe, AND correctIoN

Directions:

  • 1. The instructor will list a repair. Complete the work order on the following page for the repair. To receive credit, all sections of the work order must be complete.

Credit received for completing work order

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a utomotivE t Echnology Smith’s Automotive Repair Customer’s Name: _________________________________________ Date: ______________ ____________ Phone: _____________ Invoice:
Smith’s Automotive Repair Customer’s Name: _________________________________________ Date: ______________ ____________ Phone: _____________ Invoice: Address: _________________________________________________________________________ Year/Make: ____________________
Smith’s Automotive Repair
Customer’s Name: _________________________________________
Date:
______________
____________
Phone: _____________
Invoice:
Address: _________________________________________________________________________
Year/Make:
____________________
Model:
_____________
VIN:
______________
Mileage:
___________
Service Writer: ___________________________________________
Technician: ______________________________
Customer Authorization Signature: _________________________________________________________________________
Customer Concern: ________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Vehicle Service History Information: _________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Related Technical Service Bulletins: __________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Diagnostic Procedures Performed: ___________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Cause: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Correction: _______________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Labor Procedures and Costs
Estimated
Actual
Outside Labor Procedures and Costs
Total Labor Costs
Parts Costs
Quantity
Part #
Description
Labor Total
Parts Total
Sales Tax
GRAND TOTAL
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E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII IDeNtIfy AND INterpret eLectrIcAL/eLectroNIc SyStem coNcerN Equipment: Personal protective

JS-L-UIII

IDeNtIfy AND INterpret eLectrIcAL/eLectroNIc SyStem coNcerN

Equipment:

Personal protective equipment (PPE) Service information

Procedure:

  • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

  • 2. Ask the customer to describe the electrical/electronic system concern. Record concern in the space provided.

  • 3. Ask the customer the following series of questions. Record the answers in the space provided.

    • a. What electrical/electronic system functions are involved?

    • b. When did the concern first occur?

    • c. Is the concern continuous or intermittent?

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a utomotivE t Echnology d. Is the charge indicator functioning normally? e. Is the malfunction indicator
  • d. Is the charge indicator functioning normally?

  • e. Is the malfunction indicator lamp on or flashing?

  • f. Has the concern affected vehicle performance?

  • g. What is the recent service history of the vehicle?

  • h. Is the vehicle making any unusual noises?

  • i. Are any unusual vibrations occurring?

  • 4. Based on the answers to the questions, determine the next step in the diagnostic process for the vehicle. Record in the space provided.

Average of the above evaluations

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JS-L-UIII

IDeNtIfy hyBrID vehIcLe hIgh voLtAge cIrcUItS AND ServIce pLUg LocAtIoNS AND SAfety precAUtIoNS

Equipment:

Personal protective equipment (PPE) Safety cones for the work area

Procedure:

  • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

  • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the space provided.

  • 3. Using service information, determine the locations of the high-voltage system components, including the high-voltage cables and service plug. Record in the space provided.

  • 4. Using service information, determine if special care is needed when handling any components of the high-voltage system. Record in the space provided.

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a utomotivE t Echnology 5. Using service information, locate a procedure for deactivating the high- voltage
  • 5. Using service information, locate a procedure for deactivating the high- voltage system. Make sure the procedure is appropriate for the make and model of the vehicle. Have the instructor check the box to approve the procedure. (For general procedures for a Honda hybrid electric vehicle, see section III.D.3.)

a utomotivE t Echnology 5. Using service information, locate a procedure for deactivating the high- voltage

Using the procedure, deactivate the high-voltage system.

Average of the above evaluations

a utomotivE t Echnology 5. Using service information, locate a procedure for deactivating the high- voltage

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JS-L-UIII

DIAgNoSe the eLectrIcAL/eLectroNIc INtegrIty of eLectrIcAL cIrcUItS USINg ohm'S LAW

Equipment:

Digital multimeter (DMM) Personal protective equipment (PPE)

NOTE: Before performing the procedure, the instructor will set up a series electrical circuit, a parallel electrical circuit, and a series-parallel electrical circuit. The instructor will assign the type of test to be performed on each electrical circuit. The electrical circuits may be good or have faults.

Procedure:

  • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

  • 2. Test an electrical circuit wired in series using a DMM.

    • a. Measure one of the following: resistance and voltage, resistance and current, or voltage and current. Record the readings in the space provided.

    • b. Using Ohm’s law, determine the condition of the electrical circuit. Use the space provided for the calculations. Include the findings on the condition of the electrical circuit.

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a utomotivE t Echnology 3. Test an electrical circuit wired in parallel using a DMM. a.
  • 3. Test an electrical circuit wired in parallel using a DMM.

    • a. Measure one of the following: resistance and voltage, resistance and current, or voltage and current. Record the readings in the space provided.

    • b. Using Ohm’s law, determine the condition of the electrical circuit. Use the space provided for the calculations. Include the findings on the condition of the electrical circuit.

  • 4. Test an electrical circuit wired in series-parallel using a DMM.

    • a. Measure one of the following: resistance and voltage, resistance and current, or voltage and current. Record the readings in the space provided.

    • b. Using Ohm’s law, determine the condition of the electrical circuit. Use the space provided for the calculations. Include the findings on the condition of the electrical circuit.

  • Average of the above evaluations

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    meASUre voLtAge IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

    Equipment:

    Automotive bulbs and sockets Battery Digital multimeter (DMM) Jumper leads Personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Measure voltage in electrical circuits using the voltmeter setting on a DMM.

      • a. Measure voltage on a battery. Record the polarity in the space provided.

    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII meASUre voLtAge IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt Equipment: Automotive bulbs
    • b. Wire two batteries in series. Measure the combined voltage. Record the polarity in the space provided.

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    • c. Wire two batteries in parallel. Measure the combined voltage. Record the polarity in the space provided.

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    • d. Connect two automotive bulbs and sockets wired in series to two batteries wired in series. Measure voltage at the two test points (TP 1 and TP 2). Record the polarity in the space provided.

    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Wire two batteries in parallel. Measure the combined voltage. Record the
    • e. Wire two automotive bulbs and sockets in parallel to two batteries wired in series. Measure voltage at the two test points (TP 1 and TP 2). Record the polarity in the space provided.

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    • 3. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record necessary information in the space provided.

    • 4. Measure voltage in an automotive electrical circuit using the voltmeter setting on a DMM.

      • a. Set the DMM to measure voltage.

      • b. Energize the electrical circuit.

      • c. Measure the voltage of the electrical circuit. Record in the space provided.

      • d. De-energize the electrical circuit.

  • 5. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs. Record in the space provided.

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    meASUre cUrreNt IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

    Equipment:

    Automotive bulbs and sockets Batteries Digital multimeter (DMM) Personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Measure current in electrical circuits using the ammeter setting of a DMM. Wire the electrical circuits according to the illustrations.

      • a. Wire two automotive bulbs and sockets in series to a battery. Measure current and observe the polarity. Record the readings in the space provided.

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    • b. Wire two automotive bulbs and sockets in parallel to a battery. Measure current and observe the polarity. Record the readings in the space provided.

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    • 3. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record necessary information in the space provided.

    • 4. Measure current in an automotive electrical circuit using a DMM.

      • a. Set the DMM to the ammeter function or for an inductive test.

      • b. Connect the DMM in series or connect the inductive pickup.

      • c. Energize the electrical circuit.

      • d. Measure current. Record the reading in the space provided.

      • e. De-energize the electrical circuit. Disconnect the DMM.

  • 5. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs. Record in the space provided.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII check coNtINUIty AND meASUre reSIStANce IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

    JS-L-UIII

    check coNtINUIty AND meASUre reSIStANce IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

    Equipment:

    Automotive bulbs and sockets Digital multimeter (DMM) Personal protective equipment (PPE) Test light

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record necessary information in the space provided.

    • 3. Check continuity in an electrical circuit.

      • a. Locate the appropriate wiring schematic for the selected electrical circuit.

      • b. Perform a continuity test using a test light.

        • 1. Connect the test light to ground.

        • 2. Energize the electrical circuit.

        • 3. Probe a wire along the circuit to check for current. Record observations in the space provided.

        • 4. De-energize the electrical circuit. Disconnect the test light.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Perform a continuity (voltage) test using a DMM. 1. Set the
    • c. Perform a continuity (voltage) test using a DMM.

      • 1. Set the DMM for parallel measure.

      • 2. Energize the electrical circuit.

      • 3. Probe the wire along the electrical circuit. Record the reading in the space provided.

      • 4. De-energize the electrical circuit.

  • d. Perform a continuity (resistance) test using a DMM.

    • 1. Set the DMM for a resistance test.

    • 2. Energize the electrical circuit.

    • 3. Probe the wire along the electrical circuit to check for a low- resistance current path. Record observations in the space provided.

    • 4. De-energize the electrical circuit.

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    • 4. Measure resistance in an electrical circuit using a DMM. CAUTION: Do not measure resistance on a live electrical circuit. This can damage test equipment.

      • a. Measure resistance on resistors or bulbs A and B. Record resistance in the space provided.

    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS 4. Measure resistance in an electrical circuit using a DMM.
    • 1. Using Ohm's law, calculate resistance in the space provided.

    • b. Connect the resistors or bulbs A and B in series. Measure resistance. Record resistance in the space provided.

    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS 4. Measure resistance in an electrical circuit using a DMM.
    • 1. Using Ohm's law, calculate resistance in the space provided.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Connect the resistors or bulbs A and B in parallel. Measure
    • c. Connect the resistors or bulbs A and B in parallel. Measure resistance. Record resistance in the space provided.

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    • d. Perform a resistance test across a diode.

      • 1. Test resistance with the DMM leads in one direction. Record observations in the space provided.

      • 2. Reverse the DMM leads and test resistance again. Record observations in the space provided.

  • e. Perform a resistance test across a throttle position sensor. Slowly sweep the DMM leads. Record observations in the space provided.

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    • 5. Measure resistance in an automotive electrical circuit using a DMM. CAUTION: Do not measure resistance on a live electrical circuit. This can damage test equipment.

      • a. Set the DMM for a resistance test.

      • b. Perform a resistance test across the electrical circuit. Record observations in the space provided.

  • 6. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII check eLectrIcAL cIrcUItS USINg A teSt LIght Equipment: Automotive

    JS-L-UIII

    check eLectrIcAL cIrcUItS USINg A teSt LIght

    Equipment:

    Automotive bulbs and sockets Battery Personal protective equipment (PPE) Test light

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Wire two automotive bulbs and sockets in parallel to a battery. Using a test light, measure voltage at the two test points (TP1 and TP2). Record the readings in the space provided.

    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII check eLectrIcAL cIrcUItS USINg A teSt LIght Equipment: Automotive
    • 3. Wire two automotive bulbs and sockets in series. Using a test light, check continuity of the electrical circuit. Record observations in the space provided.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology 4. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any
    • 4. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs. Record in the space provided.

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    JS-L-UIII

    check eLectrIcAL cIrcUItS USINg fUSeD JUmper WIreS

    Equipment:

    Automotive bulbs and sockets Battery Digital multimeter (DMM) Fuse (1 amp) Fused jumper wires Personal protective equipment (PPE) Single-pole, single-throw switch

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Set up an electrical circuit according to the following diagram. Have the instructor place a fault in the electrical circuit.

    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII check eLectrIcAL cIrcUItS USINg fUSeD JUmper WIreS Equipment: Automotive
    • a. Perform an operational test. Record observations in the space provided.

    • b. Trace the current path. Include a listing of the relationship between the components in the electrical circuit. Record in the space provided.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Using fused jumper wires to bypass switches, connectors, sections of wiring,
    • c. Using fused jumper wires to bypass switches, connectors, sections of wiring, and other nonresistive parts, isolate the fault. Record observations in the space provided.

    • d. Set up the DMM.

    • e. Perform the test procedure. Record observations in the space provided.

    • 3. Set up an electrical circuit according to the following diagram. Have the instructor place a fault in the electrical circuit.

    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Using fused jumper wires to bypass switches, connectors, sections of wiring,
    • a. Perform an operational test. Record observations in the space provided.

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    • b. Trace the current path. Include a listing of the relationship between the components in the electrical circuit. Record in the space provided.

    • c. Using fused jumper wires to bypass switches, connectors, sections of wiring, and other nonresistive parts, isolate the fault. Record observations in the space provided.

    • d. Set up the DMM.

    • e. Perform the test procedure. Record observations in the space provided.

    • 4. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs. Record in the space provided.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII LocAte opeNS, ShortS, AND groUNDS IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

    JS-L-UIII

    LocAte opeNS, ShortS, AND groUNDS IN AN eLectrIcAL cIrcUIt

    Equipment:

    Digital multimeter (DMM) Personal protective equipment (PPE) Test light

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record necessary information in the space provided.

    • 3. Test a fusible link.

      • a. Set the DMM to measure resistance.

      • b. Probe the fusible link. Measure and record continuity in the space provided.

  • 4. Test the circuit breaker for opens.

    • a. Set the DMM to measure resistance.

    • b. Remove the circuit breaker from the panel.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Perform a resistance test across the circuit breaker. Record the reading
    • c. Perform a resistance test across the circuit breaker. Record the reading in the space provided.

    • 5. Test the fuse for opens with a test light.

      • a. Connect the test light.

      • b. Probe both sides of the fuse for voltage. Record the reading in the space provided.

      • c. Disconnect the test light.

  • 6. Test a load device for shorts and grounds.

    • a. Set the DMM to measure resistance.

    • b. Measure resistance on a load device. Record in the space provided.

    • c. Use Ohm's law to calculate current. Compare current to manufacturer's specifications. Record in the space provided.

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    • 7. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs. Record in the space provided.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII meASUre AND DIAgNoSe the cAUSe of key-off BAttery DrAIN

    JS-L-UIII

    meASUre AND DIAgNoSe the cAUSe of key-off BAttery DrAIN (pArASItIc DrAW)

    Equipment:

    Digital multimeter (DMM) with low-amp induction pickup Personal protective equipment (PPE) Test light

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the space provided.

    • 3. Using a test light, check for large current drain on the battery.

      • a. De-energize as many electrical circuits as possible.

      • b. Connect the test light clamp to the negative battery cable. Connect the test light probe to the negative battery terminal.

      • c. Look for a bright light. Record observations in the space provided.

      • d. Disconnect the test light. Energize the electrical circuits.

  • 4. Using a DMM, check for battery drain.

    • a. Set the DMM for amperage.

    • b. De-energize as many electrical circuits as possible.

    • c. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology d. Connect the negative DMM lead to the negative post of the
    • d. Connect the negative DMM lead to the negative post of the battery. Connect the positive DMM lead to the negative battery cable.

    • e. Measure current flow. Record the reading in the space provided.

    • f. Disconnect the DMM leads.

    • g. Connect the negative battery cable and energize the electrical circuits.

    • 5. Using a DMM with a low-amp induction pickup, check for battery drain.

      • a. Place the low-amp induction pickup on the positive battery cable.

      • b. Measure current flow. Record the reading in the space provided.

  • 6. Based on the tests, determine the necessary action to correct any problems. Include further diagnosis and/or repairs. Record in the space provided.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIII teSt AND ServIce fUSeS, fUSIBLe LINkS, AND cIrcUIt BreAkerS

    JS-L-UIII

    teSt AND ServIce fUSeS, fUSIBLe LINkS, AND cIrcUIt BreAkerS

    Equipment:

    Digital multimeter (DMM) Personal protective equipment (PPE) Test light

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the space provided.

    • 3. Test the fuses.

      • a. Connect one end of the test light to ground.

      • b. Energize the electrical circuits protected by the fuses.

      • c. Touch the other end of the test light to both ends of the fuses. Record observations in the space provided. Compare to manufacturer's specifications.

      • d. De-energize the electrical circuits protected by the fuses and disconnect the test light.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology 4. Inspect the fusible links. a. Locate the fusible links. Use service
    • 4. Inspect the fusible links.

      • a. Locate the fusible links. Use service information to identify the electrical circuits protected by the fusible links. Record in the space provided.

      • b. Conduct a visual inspection of the fusible links. Record observations in the space provided.

      • c. Feel the fusible link for brittleness or a break in the wiring. Record observations in the space provided.

  • 5. Test the circuit breakers.

    • a. Locate the circuit breakers. Use service information to identify the electrical circuits protected by the circuit breakers. Record in the space provided.

    • b. Use service information to verify that each circuit breaker is the appropriate amperage. Record correct amperage in the space provided.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS c. Connect one end of the test light to ground.
    • c. Connect one end of the test light to ground.

    • d. Energize the electrical circuits protected by circuit breakers.

    • e. Check the circuit breakers by touching the other end of the test light to both terminals of the circuit breaker. Record observations in the space provided.

    • f. De-energize the electrical circuits protected by the circuit breakers and disconnect the test light.

    • 6. Based on the tests, perform the necessary action to correct any problems. Retest as necessary. Record in the space provided.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS0-L-UIII teSt AND ServIce SWItcheS, coNNectorS, reLAyS, SoLID- StAte DevIceS,

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    teSt AND ServIce SWItcheS, coNNectorS, reLAyS, SoLID- StAte DevIceS, AND WIreS of eLectrIcAL/eLectroNIc cIrcUItS

    Equipment:

    Digital multimeter (DMM) Fused jumper wire Personal protective equipment (PPE) Test light

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information, such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the space provided.

    • 3. Determine which switches need to be tested and select the appropriate testing equipment. Using the correct procedures from section XI.A., test the switches. Record observations in the space provided.

    • 4. Determine which connectors and associated wiring need to be tested and select the appropriate testing equipment. Using the correct procedures from section XI.B., test the connectors and associated wiring. Record observations in the space provided.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology 5. Determine which relays need to be tested and select the appropriate
    • 5. Determine which relays need to be tested and select the appropriate testing equipment. Using the correct procedures from section XI.C., test the relays. Record observations in the space provided.

    • 6. Determine which solid state devices need to be tested and select the appropriate testing equipment. Using the correct procedures from section XI.D., test the solid state devices. Record observations in the space provided.

    • 7. Based on the tests, perform the necessary action to correct any problems. Retest as necessary. Record in the space provided.

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    tIN the SoLDerINg IroN AND SoLDer WIre SpLIceS

    Equipment:

    Personal protective equipment (PPE) File Resin-core wire solder

    Resin-type soldering flux

    Soldering iron stand or protective pad

    Soldering iron with tip Crimped wires with splices

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Tin the soldering iron, as needed.

      • a. Using a file, dress the tip of the soldering iron down to the bare copper.

      • b. File the surfaces of the tip until they are smooth and flat.

      • c. Plug in the soldering iron.

      • d. When the tip color begins to change to brown and light purple, dip the tip in and out of a can of resin-type soldering flux.

      • e. Apply flux to soldering contacts before soldering.

      • f. Quickly apply resin-core wire solder to the surfaces.

      • g. Place the hot soldering iron on a soldering stand or protective pad. NOTE: The soldering iron must be at normal operating temperature to properly tin. Solder melts quickly and flows freely.

  • 3. Solder a wire splice. CAUTION: Never try to solder until the iron is properly tinned.

    • a. Clean the wires.

    • b. Crimp the wires together.

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    a utomotivE t Echnology c. Apply the full surface of a tinned tip of a hot
    • c. Apply the full surface of a tinned tip of a hot soldering iron against the splice of the wire.

    • d. Apply flux to soldering contacts before soldering.

    • e. Apply the resin-core wire solder to the flat of the soldering iron where it contacts the splice. As the wire heats, the solder flows through the splice.

    • f. Apply enough solder to form a secure splice. CAUTION: Do not move the splice until the solder sets.

    • g. Place the hot soldering iron on a soldering stand or protective pad.

    • h. Unplug the soldering iron.

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    JS-L-UIII

    repAIr termINALS, WIrINg, AND WIrINg hArNeSSeS

    Equipment:

    Personal protective equipment (PPE) Crimping tool Wire cutters Heat shrink tubing Heat gun

    Miniature screwdriver or terminal pick Measuring device such as a micrometer Splice Standard terminal Resin-core solder Soldering iron

    Resin-type soldering flux

    NOTE: These procedures may be used to repair most electrical wiring circuits including CAN circuits. Some manufacturers do not recommend repairing fiber

    optic, supplemental restraint system (SRS), and CAN wiring circuits. If damaged or defective, the complete related harness must be replaced as a unit.

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Repair terminals.

      • a. Identify the connector name, locking clips position, unlocking direction, and terminal type. Record in the following space.

      • b. Disengage the locking device before releasing the terminal locking clip and the terminal removed from the connector.

      • c. Unlock the secondary locking device with a miniature screwdriver or terminal pick.

      • d. Locate the locks on the terminal and connector.

      • e. Release the locking clip to remove the terminal from the connector.

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    • f. Gently push the terminal into the connector and hold in position.

    • g. Insert the miniature screwdriver or terminal pick into the connector in the correct direction.

    • h. Move the locking clip to the unlock position, and hold it there.

    • i. Pull the lead toward the rear of the connector to withdraw the terminal from the connector. NOTE: Do not use too much force. If the terminal does not come out easily, repeat steps f through i.

    • j. Using wire cutters, cut the lead at the base of the terminal.

    • k. Select the correct replacement terminal.

    • l. Using wire stripers, remove 1/2 inch of insulation from the lead.

    • m. Crimp the replacement terminal to the wire lead. Solder the lead to the terminal, if required by service procedures.

    • n. Install the new terminal into the connector.

    • o. Reconnect the connector and install the locking devices.

    • p. Test the operation of the circuit.

    • 3. Repair wiring and wiring harness leads.

      • a. Locate the defective or damaged portion of the harness.

      • b. Remove the harness plastic or tape protective cover to gain access to the area to be repaired.

      • c. Using wire cutters, cut and remove the damaged sections of the leads.

      • d. Measure the nominal size of the wire lead, and select the correct size and type of electrical wire to replace the damaged leads. Record the reading in the following space.

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    • e. Select the correct size of the splice.

    • f. Using wire strippers, remove 1/2 inch of insulation from each of the leads to be spliced.

    • g. Cut a piece of heat shrink tube that is slightly larger in diameter than the splice and slightly longer than the splice.

    • h. Slide the tube over the end of one wire to be spliced. This must be done before joining the wires together.

    • i. Insert the stripped ends of both the harness lead and replacement lead into the splice to overlap the wires inside the splice. CAUTION: The crimping tool has positions marked for insulated splices that are marked “INS.” These positions should not be used because they do not crimp the splice tightly onto the wires. Only use the position marked “NON INS.”

    • j. Center the splice between the crimping jaws and squeeze until the contact points of the crimper come together.

    • k. Make sure that the splice is crimped tightly. Solder the splice if required by service procedures.

    • l. Center the tube over the soldered splice.

    • m. With a heat gun, gently heat the tubing until it has shrunk tightly around the splice.

    • n. After repairing the damaged leads, reinstall the harness protective cover.

    • o. Test the operation of the circuit.

    NOTE: After completing repairs of terminals, wiring, and wiring harnesses, some service procedures require measuring circuit resistance and comparing

    readings to specifications (too high of resistance would indicate a defective

    repair). On CAN circuits, a scan tool may be used to test the circuit operation.

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    the BASIcS of the BAttery

    Directions — Answer the following questions by writing all responses on this sheet.

    • 1. Describe the function of the battery in the following situations:

      • A. When starting the vehicle —

      • B. When the vehicle is running —

      • C. When the vehicle is off —

  • 2. In a lead-acid storage battery, what are the active materials in the positive and negative grid plates?

  • 3. Name the fluid inside the battery’s cells and describe its composition.

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    • 4. What does the material in the positive and negative plates change to during battery discharge?

    • 5. What are the two most common battery ratings and what do they indicate?
      A.
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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIv meASUre the BAttery'S StAte-of-chArge Equipment: Load tester Hydrometer Personal

    JS-L-UIv

    meASUre the BAttery'S StAte-of-chArge

    Equipment:

    Load tester Hydrometer Personal protective equipment (PPE) Digital multimeter (DMM)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Perform a hydrometer test on a serviceable battery.

      • a. Remove the battery cell vent caps. Make sure the cells contain a sufficient amount of electrolyte.

      • b. Draw an electrolyte sample from cell 1. Draw enough electrolyte to make the calibrated scale float but not enough to fill the hydrometer.

      • c. Hold the hydrometer vertically and read the number that is level with the electrolyte surface.

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    • d. Record the reading in the following chart. NOTE: Consider the temperature when recording a reading. The reading is not correct if water has just been added to the battery.

       

    Cell Number

     

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Specific Gravity Reading

               

    Electrolyte Temperature

               

    Corrected Gravity Reading

               

    Gravity Range (Total + Variation)

               
    • e. Return the electrolyte sample to cell 1.

    • f. Repeat the procedure for the remaining cells.

    • g. Evaluate the battery's state-of-charge. Is the battery good, fair, or bad? Record the evaluation in the following space.

    • 4. Perform an open-circuit voltage test on a maintenance-free battery.

      • a. Allow the surface charge of the battery to diminish.

      • b. Using a load tester, place a 20-amp drain on the battery for 1 minute.

      • c. Immediately following the drain, measure the voltage. Record observations in the following space.

      • d. Evaluate the battery's state-of-charge. Is the battery good, fair, or bad? Record the evaluation in the following space.

  • 5. Based on the tests, does the battery need to be replaced? Record the answer in the following space.

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    perform A LoAD teSt

    Equipment:

    Load tester Personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Include the proper battery capacity for the vehicle application. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Perform a preliminary battery load test.

      • a. Establish the battery's state-of-charge. Record observations in the following space. NOTE: Do not perform a load test unless the battery is at a 75% charge or greater.

      • b. Determine either the amp hours or cold-cranking amps to establish the battery's capacity requirement. Record observations in the following space. NOTE: The amp hours or cold-cranking amps should be noted on the battery's identification tag.

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    • c. Compare the battery's cold-cranking amps to the cubic-inch displacement of the engine. Record observations in the following space. NOTE: Vehicles with four- and six-cylinder engines can require more cranking current per cubic inch of displacement.

    • d. If the cold-cranking amp rating is too small when compared to the cubic inch displacement of the engine, test the battery according to the cold-cranking amps rating found on the battery. If the cold-cranking amps are higher than the cubic inch displacement, test the battery according to the cubic inch displacement. Record observations in the following space.

    • e. Establish the proper load test specifications. Record observations in the following space.

    • 4. Perform a load test using the tester manufacturer's instructions.

      • a. Attach the load tester to the positive and negative terminals of the battery, observing battery polarity. NOTE: If the load tester has an inductive pickup lead, attach the lead to measure current flow during the battery test.

      • b. Set the load tester to the correct settings.

      • c. Use the load tester to create a load on the battery.

      • d. After the specified amount of time, observe the voltage reading and turn off the load.

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    • e. Compare the reading to manufacturer’s specifications. Record observations in the following space

    • 5. Based on the tests, does the battery need to be replaced? Record the answer in the following space.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIv perform A QUIck chArge teSt Equipment: Battery charger Personal

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    perform A QUIck chArge teSt

    Equipment:

    Battery charger Personal protective equipment (PPE) Digital multimeter (DMM)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Perform a quick charge test. CAUTION: Do not perform a quick charge test on any type of sealed battery.

      • a. Set the DMM to the voltmeter setting.

      • b. Connect the DMM and battery charger to the battery. Observe battery polarity.

      • c. Set the battery charger to the correct voltage.

      • d. Charge the battery at a rate of 40 amps. Do not exceed 40 amps.

      • e. Observe the voltmeter readings. Record observations in the following space.

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    • f. Time the process for 3 minutes. Determine the battery's condition with the battery charger still operating.

    • g. Evaluate the battery's state-of-charge. Is the battery good, fair, or bad? Record the evaluation in the following space.

    • 4. Based on the test, does the battery need to be replaced? Record the answer in the following space.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIv INSpect, cLeAN, fILL, AND repLAce A BAttery Equipment: Personal

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    INSpect, cLeAN, fILL, AND repLAce A BAttery

    Equipment:

    Personal protective equipment (PPE) Baking soda Distilled water Battery cleaning brush Battery lifting tool Battery pliers Battery reamer/spreader Common hand tools Terminal expander Digital multimeter (DMM)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Inspect the battery. Complete the following chart.

     

    OK

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    Case

       

    Cable ends

       

    Cables

       

    Terminal eyes

       

    Record observations in the following space.

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    • 4. Measure the amount of current leakage between the battery posts.

      • a. Set the DMM to the voltage setting.

      • b. Connect the negative DMM lead to the negative battery post.

      • c. Move the positive DMM lead to the following locations and note the voltmeter reading at each location.

    Next to negative post

    volts

    Halfway between posts

    volts

    Next to positive post

    volts

    • d. If the reading is above .5 volts, the battery should be cleaned. Record observations in the following space.

    • 5. Clean the battery case and terminals.

      • a. Remove the battery cables and use a battery lifting tool to remove the battery. (See step 8a.) Move the battery to an area designated for battery cleaning. CAUTION: Always remove the negative battery cable first.

      • b. Mix a paste of baking soda and water. Brush the paste on the top of the battery.

      • c. After the acid is neutralized, thoroughly wash the top with water. CAUTION: Do not allow the cleaning solution to come into contact with skin or clothing. Do not allow it to get inside a serviceable battery.

  • 6. Clean the cable ends and posts.

    • a. Using a battery cleaning brush, clean the cable and post surfaces until shiny.

    • b. Turn any rounded cable or post surfaces with a battery reamer/spreader.

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    • c. To install the terminal, the taper on the terminal needs to match the post. Tighten the bolts to 60 to 90 inches per pounds.

    • d. The cable end should have a small gap in the clamp. If it is touching, remove the cable and file the gap wider.

    • e. If desired, apply anticorrosion paste.

    • 7. Fill a serviceable battery. NOTE: Maintenance-free batteries are designed to last for long periods without losing electrolyte. This procedure is for serviceable batteries only.

      • a. Determine if the battery is serviceable. Record observations in the following space.

      • b. Remove the vent caps.

      • c. Check the electrolyte level. Record observations in the following space.

      • d. If the electrolyte is low, fill the cells to the proper level with distilled water. CAUTION: Never use tap water to fill a battery. There are impurities in tap water that can reduce battery life.

  • 8. After cleaning/filling, determine if a new battery is necessary. battery, as needed.

  • Replace the

    • a. Remove the battery.

    Disconnect the cables.

    CAUTION: Remove the ground cable first.

    Loosen the battery hold-down.

    Using a battery strap or tool, lift the battery out of the vehicle.

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    NOTE: The Environmental Protection Agency considers discarded batteries to be hazardous waste. Follow battery disposal regulations.

    b.

    Install a battery.

     

    Gently place the battery into the clean tray or box.

    Make sure the battery fits properly. The tray edge should not cut

     

    or rupture the plastic battery case.

     

    Bolt on the battery hold-down.

    Install the cables.

    CAUTION: Connect the ground cable last.

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    IDeNtIfy eLectroNIc memory fUNctIoNS AffecteD By BAttery DIScoNNect AND mAINtAIN or reStore the fUNctIoNS

    Equipment:

    Memory saver adapter (9-volt) or second 12-volt automotive battery Personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Using service information, identify the electronic settings and adjustments that will be lost when the battery is disconnected. Record the findings in the following space.

    • 4. Using the owner's manual and service information, locate the code and method for reinitializing or restoring electronic memory functions. Make sure the procedure is appropriate for the make and model of the vehicle. Have the instructor check the following box to approve the procedure.

    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIv IDeNtIfy eLectroNIc memory fUNctIoNS AffecteD By BAttery DIScoNNect AND

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    • 5. Using service information, locate a procedure for maintaining the electronic memory functions before disconnecting the battery. Make sure the procedure is appropriate for the make and model of the vehicle. Have the instructor check the following box to approve the procedure. (Two methods are listed in section V.C.)

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    Using the procedure, maintain the electronic memory functions.

    • 6. If memory functions are lost due to disconnecting the battery, use the procedure found in the owner's manual or service information (step 4) to restore or reinitialize the memory functions.

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    E lEctrical /E lEctronic S yStEmS JS-L-UIv chArge A BAttery Equipment: Battery charger Personal protective equipment

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    chArge A BAttery

    Equipment:

    Battery charger Personal protective equipment (PPE) Digital multimeter (DMM)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Determine the battery's state-of-charge. Record observations in the following space.

    • 4. Prepare for charging.

      • a. Clean the dirt, dust, or corrosion off the battery.

      • b. Clean the terminals.

      • c. If the battery is serviceable, make sure the electrolyte is at the proper level in all cells.

      • d. Make sure the battery is not frozen. CAUTION: Never charge a frozen battery. Charging a frozen battery can cause the battery to explode.

      • e. Ensure that the work area is well-ventilated and that the battery is not near flames or sparks.

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    • 5. Calculate the time and amp rate that is required to recharge the battery completely. Record the results below. Amps

    • 6. Recharge the battery.

    Time

    • a. Make sure that the charger’s power cord is unplugged, the main switch and timer switch are off, and the current adjust switch is at the minimum position.

    • b. Connect the positive lead of the battery charger to the positive terminal (+) and the negative lead of the charger to the negative terminal (-).

    • c. Connect the power cable to the electrical outlet.

    • d. Set the voltage switch to the correct battery voltage.

    • e. Set the main switch at on.

    • f. Set the timer to the desired time and adjust the charging current to the predetermined amperage. CAUTION: Fast charging causes an increase in electrolyte temperature; it is important to monitor the battery temperature. If the electrolyte temperature rises above 125°F or if terminal voltage exceeds 15.5 volts, reduce the charging rate. Also, do not exceed the battery manufacturer's charging limits.

    • g. After the timer is off, check the charged condition using a DMM. The correct voltage is 12.6 volts or higher.

    • h. When the voltage reaches the proper reading, finish the charging

     

    process.

    Set the current adjust switch to minimum.

    Turn off the main switch of the battery charger.

    Disconnect the battery charger cables from the battery terminals.

    Wash the battery case to clean off the emitted acid.

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    JUmp-StArt A vehIcLe

    Equipment:

    Jumper cables or auxiliary power supply Personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Jump-start a vehicle.

      • a. Inspect the dead battery for cracks and excessive corrosion. Make sure the battery is not frozen. Ensure that the cables and terminal ends are clean. Record observations in the following space.

      • b. Connect the jumper cables or auxiliary power supply.

      • c. Start the engine in the donor vehicle or turn on the auxiliary power supply. Allow it to run for 1 to 2 minutes at high idle.

      • d. Crank the engine in the dead vehicle for 15 seconds. Let it rest for 30 seconds and then crank again for 15 seconds.

      • e. Repeat the procedure until the dead vehicle starts.

      • f. Shut the engine in the donor vehicle off or turn off the auxiliary power supply.

      • g. Disconnect the jumper cables, removing the negative cable first, or disconnect the auxiliary power supply.

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    IDeNtIfy hyBrID vehIcLe AUxILIAry (v) BAttery ServIce, repAIr, AND teSt proceDUreS

    Equipment:

    Personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Manufacturer's specific hybrid safety equipment

    Load tester

    Battery charger

    CAUTION: Hybrid vehicles produce extremely high voltages. To avoid potentially fatal shocks and burns, follow all safety guidelines for the vehicle being serviced.

    Procedure:

    • 1. Wear PPE while performing the procedures on this job sheet.

    • 2. Research applicable vehicle service information such as vehicle service history, VIN, certification labels, and calibration decals. Record the necessary information in the following space.

    • 3. Locate and observe all safety information and procedures related to the specific hybrid vehicle. Make sure the procedure is appropriate for the make and model of the vehicle. Have the instructor check the following box to approve the procedure.

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    • 4. Use service information to locate the auxiliary battery.

      • a. Determine if the hybrid battery must be disconnected before servicing the auxiliary battery. If it must be disconnected, follow the manufacturer’s procedure.

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    • b. If required, remove components necessary to gain access to the auxiliary battery. Record observations in the following space.