The study of internal combustion engine and 21st century engine designs. Troubleshooting,
precision measurement and repair of blocks, pistons, cranks, cylinder heads, valves
and valve train systems. This course is for union technicians participating in an
apprenticeship. This course requires the student to be able to use hand tools that
require a twisting motion, lifting objects that weigh a minimum of 35 pounds, and
vision capabilities to read mechanical precision measurement tools (similar to reading
8 or 9 pt font from 6-12 inches away).
Letter Grade Only
- Lecture hours/semester: 56-63
- Lab hours/semester: 48-54
- Homework hours/semester: 112-126
Prerequisites: This course is specific for indentured apprentices who are members of the Local Machinist
Recommended: AUTO 710 or AUTO 711 with a minimum grade of C; or, 4 months (approximately 90 days)
of high school or ROP Automotive fundamentals training that includes a section on
the internal combustion engine; or, 3 months of automotive work experience working
on vehicles in an automotive repair facility.