Approach: Technician view
Format: Two book format (1st Classroom Theory/2nd Service & Diagnostics)
Audience: Auto Tech majors
Emphasis: Theory w/Service and Diagnostics
Competition: Today’s Technician (Delmar)
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Unlike other books, which seem to offer little more than service manual material, Automotive Brake Systems reflects Halderman's real world experience. It offers complete coverage of the parts, operation, design and troubleshooting of brake systems, and answers the "why's" along with the "how's."From the Back Cover:
This revised text focuses on diagnostic procedures for and skill development within the area of automotive brake systems. Use of photo sequences and an accompanying multimedia CD-ROM assist in covering the material necessary for the Brake System (A5) area of certification as specified by ASE and NATEF The CD includes sound, animation, color photo sequences with narration, a waveform library, a glossary of automotive terms, sample ASE questions, sample worksheets, and the ASE (NATEF) task list for Automotive Brake Systems.
The accompanying worktext helps students to apply the material to everyday activities and typical service and testing procedures. Also included with the text is a coupon entitling the owner to free access to an ASE test preparation site for an extended time period, enabling students to study at their own pace.
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Book Description Pearson, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11013048203X
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