Portal:Automotive Engineering

The Automotive Engineering Portal

Automotive/Automobile engineering is a branch of mechanical engineering, incorporating elements of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering, software engineering and safety engineering as applied to the design, manufacture and operation of automobiles, buses and trucks and their respective engineering subsystems. Used to design automotive vehicles. This also includes working on vehicles.

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  • Alternator Parts Explosion
  • Alternator Pulley and Rotor Spin
  • Alternator Brushes and Slip Ring Contact
  • Alternator Bridge Rectifier
  • Alternator Voltage Regulator
  • Alternator Output Test
  • Alternator Full Field Test
  • Circuit Diagram Headlights
  • Circuit Diagram Brake Lights
  • Circuit Diagram Running Lights
  • Circuit Diagram Flashing Lights


  • Tire
  • Rim
  • Disc Brake Caliper
  • Disc Brake Rotor
  • Hub Assembly
  • Wheel Bearing

  • Battery
  • Alternator and Charging System
  • Lighting
  • Blower Motor Circuit
  • Power Window Motors and circuit
  • Ignition Coil
  • Transmission
  • Engine

The Lessons will have 3 parts Theory w/ animations Diagnostics Remove and Replace (Application)

Cetification Tests

Here's the list testing for the ASE Certification for professionals

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You should not inflate your tires to the pressure listed on the sidewall of the tire. The proper pressure is on the label in the driver's door. The only exception to this is if you are using a spare wheel on your car such as a space saver.

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