Cluster engineering and Technical course manual and Automatic Drive Train Axles wveis code 1635 Course Description



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CLUSTER Engineering and Technical
COURSE Manual and Automatic Drive Train Axles
WVEIS CODE 1635

Course Description:

The Skill Sets in this course are representative of the basic knowledge included in a Career and Technical Automotive Technician concentration. This course will introduce students to the manual/automatic drive train and axle systems of the automobile. Areas of study include; clutch diagnosis and repair, manual transmission diagnosis and repair, manual transaxle diagnosis and repair, diagnosis and repair of universal and constant-velocity (CV) joint, ring and pinion gears and differential case assembly, limited slip differential diagnosis and repair, four-wheel drive/all wheel drive component diagnosis and repair, automatic transmission/transaxle diagnosis, maintenance and adjustment, oil pump and converter diagnosis and repair, inspect and repair manual gear train, shafts, bushings and case, and inspect and repair automatic gear train, shafts, bushings and case. This course is recommended as an Elective in Automotive Technology.


SKILL SETS

Clutch Diagnosis and Repair

Manual Transmission Diagnosis and Repair

Manual Transaxle Diagnosis and Repair

Universal, Constant-Velocity Joint and Axle Shafts Diagnosis and Repair

Ring and Pinion Gears and Differential Case Assembly/Repair

Four-Wheel Drive/All Wheel Drive Diagnosis and Repair

Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Adjustment

Oil Pump and Converter Diagnosis and Repair

Manual Gear Train System and Components Diagnosis and Repair

Automatic Gear Train System and Components

Manual and Automatic Drive Train Axles WVEIS 1635

Skill Set

Automatic Transmission and Transaxle-Diagnosis, Maintenance and Adjustment

Knowledge Objectives
1635.1

Students will demonstrate knowledge of

  • the elements of the automatic transmission/transaxle system.

  • proper diagnosis, repair or replacement techniques.




Performance Objectives
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Students will


  • research applicable vehicle and service information, fluid types, vehicle service history, service precautions, and technical service bulletins.

  • interpret and verify drivers complaint, diagnose noise and vibrations problems, verify proper engine operation, diagnose unusual fluid usage, level, and condition problems.

  • check fluid level in a transmission or a transaxle equipped with a dip-stick.

  • check fluid level in a transmission or a transaxle not equipped with a dip stick.

  • inspect for leakage at external seals, gaskets and bushings.

  • drain and replace fluid and filter(s).

  • diagnose electronic, mechanical, and vacuum control systems, and determine needed repairs.

  • inspect, adjust, or replace manual shift valve and throttle (TV) linkages or cables.

  • inspect, test, adjust, repair or replace transmission related electrical and electronic components (includes computers, solenoids, sensors, relays, switches, and harnesses).

  • inspect, replace, align power train mounts.

  • remove and reinstall transmission and torque converter (rear-wheel drive).

  • remove and reinstall transaxle and torque converter assembly.

Skill Set

Manual Drive Train and Axles-Diagnosis, Maintenance and adjustments

Knowledge Objectives
1635.14

Students will demonstrate knowledge of

  • the elements of the manual transmission/transaxle system.

  • proper diagnosis, repair or replacement techniques.







Performance Objectives
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Students will


  • diagnose transmission noise, hard shifting, jumping out of gear, and fluid leakage problems.

  • inspect, adjust, and replace transmission shift linkages, brackets, bushings, cables, pivots, and levers; and inspect, replace, and align power train mounts.

  • inspect, adjust, and reinstall transaxle shift linkages, brackets, bushings, cables, pivots, and levers; and inspect and reinstall power train mounts.

  • drain and refill manual transmission/transaxle and final drive unit.

  • check fluid condition.

  • remove and reinstall transmission.

  • inspect, repair, and replace extension housing and transmission case mating surfaces, bores, bushings, and vents.

  • remove and reinstall transaxle and replace final drive.

  • inspect transaxle case, mating surfaces, bores, bushings, and vents.

Clutch


  • inspect, adjust, or replace clutch pedal linkage, cables, automatic adjuster mechanisms, brackets, bushings, pivots, springs, hydraulic clutch slave and master cylinders, lines, and hoses.

  • inspect, adjust or replace release (throw-out) bearing, lever and pivot, crankshaft pilot bearing or bushing (as applicable), clutch pressure plate assembly and clutch disc.

  • inspect, repair, and service or replace flywheel and ring gear, and measure flywheel-to-block runout and crankshaft end play.

  • check and adjust clutch master cylinder fluid level.

  • check for system leaks.

Universal and Constant-Velocity Joints (CV)



  • inspect, remove, and replace front wheel drive (FWD) bearings, hubs, and seals.

  • inspect, service, and replace shafts, yokes, bots, and universal CV joints.

Differential Case Assembly



  • disassemble, inspect, measure, and adjust, or replace differential pinion gears (spiders), shaft, side gears, side bearings, thrust washers, and case. Check ring and pinion tooth contact patterns and adjust as needed.

  • reassemble and reinstall differential case assembly; measure runout; make needed adjustments.

  • inspect and flush differential housing and refill with correct lubricant.

  • inspect and reinstall clutch (cone or plate) components.

Drive Axles



  • diagnose rear axle shafts, bearings, and seals for noise, vibration, and fluid leakage problems; determine needed repairs.

  • remove and replace rear axle shafts and inspect and replace rear axle shaft wheel studs.

  • inspect, measure rear axle flange runout, shaft end play, and replace rear axle seals, bearings, and retainers.

Four-wheel Drive/All-wheel Drive



  • inspect, service, and/or replace front-wheel bearings and locking hubs.

  • check for leaks at drive assembly seals and vents; check lube level.

Oil Pump and Converter



  • inspect, measure, and replace oil pump housings, shafts, vanes, rotors, gears, valves, seals, and bushings.

  • examine torque converter and transmission cooling system for contamination and flush if needed.

Manual Gear Train System

  • inspect, measure, repair, adjust or replace transaxle final drive components.

  • examine and reinstall parking pawl, shaft, spring, and retainer; replace as needed.

  • evaluate cases, bores, passages, bushings, vents, and mating surfaces; replace as needed.





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