Automotive heating and air conditioning book
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How a Car's HVAC System Works
Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning, 8th Edition
Correlated to NATEF and ASE tasks, the text focuses on the generic theory that underlies the operation, diagnosis, and repair of the units and subassemblies found in the many makes and types of vehicles students will likely encounter on the job. Formatted to better meet the learning needs of today's technical trade students, it visually supports concepts covered throughout, and includes many practical shop tips that guide students through important problem-solving procedures they'll use on the job. Peer reviewed for technical accuracy, the series and the books in it represent the future of automotive textbooks. Convert currency. Add to Basket.
Mark Schnubel is an associate professor and coordinator of the automotive technician and automotive management programs at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, Connecticut. He is an ASE-Certified Master Automotive Technician with decades of experience in the automotive services industry, and he holds a master's degree in education. In addition to his activities as an author and educator, Schnubel has served as an advisor to the U. Department of Education on academic preparation for 12th graders planning to enter job-training programs after graduation. Mark Schnubel. This separation allows readers to learn theories of heating and air conditioning before applying them, with the benefit of cross-referenced page numbers in each manual to link related material.