Chapter 9 - Videos

Electrical System

The automotive electrical system consists of wires, lights, motors, circuits, fuses, relays, and switches. Even though the electrical system is extremely complex, there are still many repairs that you can do without taking your vehicle to a service facility. A simple thing like a headlight burning out can stop you from driving safely down the road.

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Electricity and Circuits
(ScienceOnline)

Bosch Start/Stop for Automatic Vehicles
(Bosch Mobility Solutions)

CNET On Cars – Car Tech 101: The move to higher-voltage electrical systems
(CNET)

Dayco – Belt Noise Tech Tips
(Dayco)

GATES: Diagnosing Belt Noise – The Spray Bottle Test
(Gates Auto Aftermarket)

How To Replace Your Starter – AutoZone Car Care
(AutoZone)

How to Clean a Car Battery
(Auto Upkeep)

How to Repalce an Alternator
(Advance Auto Parts)

Removing and Installing a Passenger Car Battery
(Bosch Auto Parts)

GATES: Micro-V Stretch Fit Belt Installation
(Gates Auto Aftermarket)

Installation of the Dayco ela Stretch Belt Using a Zip Tie
(Dayco Products LLC)

Understanding Belt and Tensioner Failure Modes
(Gates Auto Aftermarket)

GATES TRAINING: Inspecting Serpentine Belt Wear with Gates’ New Belt Wear Gauge
(Gates Auto Aftermarket)

Choosing the Right Headlight Bulb
(AutoZone)

GATES TRAINING: Accessory Belt Drive System Training
(Gates Auto Aftermarket)

Battery Chargers For All Needs
(Advanced Auto Parts)

How To Perform a Parasitic Draw Test
(EricTheCarGuy)

Testing Starter Circuit Voltage Drop (Ground side)
(Motor Age)

3 Ways Of Finding The Cause Of Key-Off Battery Drain (Parasitic Draw)
(Motor Age)

Starter Circuit Voltage Drop
(TCAT Autotech)

These videos are embedded from YouTube and have been organized to support content learned in the Auto Upkeep curriculum. Even though the videos have been screened, due to the nature of the Internet students may navigate from the intended video to unanticipated content. It is also possible that the video maker may edit the video that is embedded. If this site is used in an educational institution it is recommended that the instructor review the videos before sending students to them.

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