Today's Technician: Manual Transmissions and Transaxles Classroom Manual and Shop Manual / Edition 6 available in Other Format
Succeed in your future career and on the ASE A3 Manual Drive Train and Axles certification test with TODAY'S TECHNICIAN: MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS & TRANSAXLES, 6e. You'll find practical, easy-to-understand coverage of a wide range of must-know topics that adhere the 2013 ASE Education Foundation AST/MAST program standards, including dual clutch systems, various limited-slip differential designs, six-speed transmissions, safe work practices, and more. Volume I covers every topic on the ASE A3 Manual Drive Train and Axles certification test, while Volume II includes job sheets that get you involved in performing hands-on service and repair tasks. In addition, detailed full-color photos show you what to expect when performing a procedure on the job.
About the Author
Jack Erjavec has become a fixture in the automotive textbook publishing world. He has decades of experience as a technician, educator, author, and editor, and has authored or co-authored more than 30 automotive textbooks and training manuals. Erjavec holds a master's degree in vocational and technical education from Ohio State University, and he spent twenty years at Columbus State Community College as an instructor and administrator. A long-time affiliate of the North American Council of Automotive Teachers, he also served as executive vice-president for the organization and spent several years on its board of directors. Erjavec is also associated with ATMC, SAE, ASA, ATRA, AERA, and other automotive professional associations.
Michael Ronan has taught automotive drive train courses in the Alfred State College Automotive Department for thirty years. He arrived at the college after working as a Rolls Royce technician and owning a transmission shop. A member of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association for 28 years, he has been a testing proctor for that organization during that entire period. Ronan holds a bachelor's degree from SUNY Fredonia and has attended hundreds of hours of manufacturer and industry training. He has served the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) for 15 years as a subject matter expert in the development of both the A2 Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles and the A3 Manual Drive Train & Axles certification tests. He currently serves on the NATEF team reinventing the ASE recertification process. Ronan has also served as an automotive textbook and online resource reviewer on many projects, and he continues to work as a drive train specialist in summer months.
Table of Contents
CLASSROOM MANUAL. 1. Manual Drive Trains and Axles. 2. Drivetrain Theory. 3. Clutches. 4. Manual Transmissions/Transaxles. 5. Front Drive Axles. 6. Drive Shafts and Universal Joints. 7. Differentials and Drive Axles. 8. Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) Systems. 9. Advanced Four-Wheel-Drive Systems. 10. Drivetrain Electrical and Electronic Systems. 11. Electronically Controlled and Automated Transmissions. SHOP MANUAL. 1. Safety. 2. Special Tools and Procedures. 3. Servicing Clutches. 4. Servicing Transmissions/Transaxles. 5. Servicing Front Drive Axles. 6. Servicing Drive Shafts and Universal Joints. 7. Servicing Differentials and Drive Axles. 8. Servicing Four-Wheel Drive Systems. 9. Diagnosing 4WD and AWD Control Systems. 10. Servicing Drivetrain Electrical Systems. 11. Diagnosing Advanced Electronic Systems.