Today's Technician: Basic Automotive Service and Systems, Classroom Manual and Shop Manual: Edition 5

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The 5th edition of BASIC AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE & SYSTEMS is a comprehensive Classroom Manual/Shop Manual set provides an accessible overview of automotive systems to prepare you for all aspects of work in the field. The Classroom Manual explores the basic theories of operation behind each automotive system, while the Shop Manual covers the hands-on diagnostic, testing, and repair procedures that relate to them. Assuming no prior knowledge of automotive technology, this clear and engaging book addresses fundamental skills and maintenance and the application of key theories.
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Cengage Learning
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Jan 1, 2015
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960
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9781305178427
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English
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Technology & Engineering / Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades
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