These automotive manuals included basic theory of operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance procedures for the mechanical and electrical  systems common to today's autos and light trucks.


Basic Automotive Manuals

The basic manuals listed below are most suitable  for apprentice mechanics who are encountering class work and reading assignments for the first time. A secondary purpose is  to provide review material for apprentices and experienced mechanics.

Advanced Automotive Manuals

The advanced manuals (below) follow up the basic versions with greater detail and the assumption that the user is prepared to assume a broader range of technical  and leadership responsibilities.

Principles of Internal Combustion Engines Engine Troubleshooting and Overhaul
Construction of Internal Combustion Engines Fuel System Overhaul
Gasoline Fuel Systems Troubleshooting Automotive Electrical Systems
Diesel Fuel Systems Clutches and Automatic Transmissions
Cooling and Lubrication Systems Troubleshooting Transmissions, Transfer Cases, and Differentials
Basic Automotive Electricity Wheel and Track Alignment
Basic Automotive Electrical Circuits and Wiring Automotive Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Inspecting and Troubleshooting Automotive Brake Systems

Clutches, Transmissions, and Transaxles

Air Conditioning Systems
Drive Lines, Differentials, Drive Axles, and Power Train Accessories
Automotive Chassis and Body

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