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Essential Automotive Tasks: Volume 1-3 series by
Publication Date: 2014
"Fuel filter replacements. Starter draw tests. Brake rotor resurfacing. When an automotive student becomes a working automotive technician, some repair jobs are going to roll into the shop more frequently than others. Each program in this three-part series presents a collection of step-by-step tutorials that show how to perform some of the most common tasks an automotive professional will experience. Led by a veteran, ASE-certified instructor, segments also take some time to teach the theory behind the systems being repaired. Whether in preparation for NATEF/ASE exams, or for life on the job, this series is an indispensable resource for aspiring technicians, and a vital tool for instructors dealing with heavy class loads. Correlates to ASE and NATEF standards. A Shopware Production. 3-part series, 23–27 minutes each."
Powertrain Technology and Service series by
Publication Date: 2012
"From cutting-edge component design to fine-tuned methods of service and repair, this seven-part series takes viewers through the ins and outs of automotive powertrain technology. Each video covers a specific component or set of components, using detailed cutaways and stylish animated diagrams to demonstrate working parts and how they’re serviced. Whether the topic is pistons or planetary gearsets, drive axles or differential disassembly, students are sure to come away with a vast new automotive vocabulary and a greatly enhanced understanding of professional car and truck repair. A viewable/printable instructor’s guide is available online. A Shopware Production. 7-part series, 18–25 minutes each."
Transportation Engineering and Invention by
Publication Date: 2013
"Toyota, Bombardier, and Rolls Royce all have factories in Darby. Rolls and Royce set up a manufacturing plant dedicated to the car, a brand new technology. The plant now produces jet engines." 2:06 segment
Electronic Stability Control for Cars - European Inventor Award 2016
Publication Date: 2016
"Anton van Zanten has dedicated a lifetime of invention to the improvement of automotive safety technology, most notably in the field of vehicle collision prevention. His milestone contributions include the widely marketed Electronic Stability Control system (ESC) – also known as ESP (Electronic Stability Program) – an electronic guidance technology that helps to avoid skidding under loss of surface traction, including aquaplaning or braking on snow or ice" Films on Demand
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