NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE
|A.||Course Title:||Electronics II|
|B.||Course Number:||GM 124B - 10550|
|D.||Days/Time:||M T W Th 7:30:00 AM - 9:30:00 AM|
|G.||Office:||Don Whitaker Automotive Technology Center (ATC) 214|
|I.||Office Phone:||(575) 492-2863|
|J.||Office Hours:|| Monday: 7:00:00 AM-8:00:00 AM (MST);
Tuesday: 7:00:00 AM-8:00:00 AM (MST);
Wednesday: 7:00:00 AM-8:00:00 AM (MST);
Thursday: 7:00:00 AM-8:00:00 AM (MST);
Friday: 7:00:00 AM-8:00:00 AM (MST);
Note: 2nd 8 weeks coop II in session. Will be out visiting dealerships periodically.
|K.||Time Zone:||Mountain Time|
|L.||Prerequisite(s):||Each student must be officially accepted into the GM ASEP Program according to GM and NMJC entrance requirement polices. Each student must have successfully completed GM 113, Technology for Technicians; GM 114, Automotive Fundamentals; and GM 124, Automo|
This course is the second of three courses covering General Motors electrical and electronic systems. Areas of instruction include lighting systems, gauges, warning devices, horns, wiper/washers, and power operated accessories. Open to GM ASEP students only. This is a four credit hour course.GM 214D
This course incorporates fundamentals important to obtaining employment upon graduation. It may not be suitable if used as a transfer to institutions of higher learning. Please consult with the receiving institution if you intend to transfer this course credit to another institution.
A. Required Course Materials
1. Basic hand tool set and tool chest (GM ASEP recommended set a minimum)
2. Personal Protective Equipment (e.g. eye and hearing protection)
3. Work uniform (provided through sponsoring dealership, consistent with retailer policy))
4. Leather work shoes/boots (tennis shoes are not allowed)
5. Text books:
Automotive Electrical & Heating and Air Conditioning
Author: Jeffrey Rehkopf
Selected GM supplemental Training module booklets
8. Pencil and Pen
B. Suggested Course Materials
1. 3 3-ring binder
2. Locker padlock
3. Lap Top Computer (see instructor for details)
You can buy your books online at the NMJC Bookstore.
Note: All departmental requirements must be completed with a grade of C of better.
The above grade will be earned and distributed based on items listed below:
Attendance (see attendance and preparedness policy)
Daily Preparation (see attendance and preparedness policy)
Notebook (if assigned)
Lab or Shop Work
Wearing of Work Clothes
Wearing of Safety Glasses
Following of Safety Rules
Attitude and Cooperation
Students attending New Mexico Junior College will be evaluated according to the following grading scale. The scale represents percentages.
90 100 = A
80 89 = B
70 79 = C
60 69 = D
59 and below = F
Lab Exercises Grading Policy
Lab exercises will be directed and documented through the use of worksheets. Students will complete specific tasks identified by the worksheet and respond to related questions as indicated. The instructors electronic grade book is the official record of worksheet completion/task competency. Students will be given regular reports of their progress in lab assignments. Points for worksheets will be awarded in the following manner:
4 - Exemplary = Excellent. Demonstrates a mastery that exceeds expectations.
3 - Proficient = Strong. Demonstrates control and skill.
2 - Moderate = Competent. Revision is needed however, strengths outweigh the weaknesses.
1 - Developing = Weak. Weaknesses outweigh strengths, yet isolated points hint at what the student has in mind.
0 - Beginning = Very weak. Shows no mastery of critical thinking skill.
Note: Worksheets submitted late will receive a 10% deduction in points for each day late. See Section VIII, M (GM ASEP Make-up Policy) for additional information.
New Mexico Junior Colleges institutional student learning outcomes represent the knowledge and abilities developed by students attending New Mexico Junior College. Upon completion students should achieve the following learning outcomes along with specific curriculum outcomes for respective areas of study:
Students should be able to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving abilities in their program of study.
Students should be able to follow written and/or verbal instruction to properly complete a technical task
Students should be able to use specific terminology to communicate an understanding of the terms, phrases and processes in the applied field.
Students should be able to identify and use appropriate occupational tools to complete given tasks.
Students should be able to demonstrate appropriate professional behavior.
Upon completion this course the student should be able to apply the skills and technical knowledge related to electrical/electronic systems such as: Lighting, Gauges, Warning Devices, Driver Information, Horn, Wiper, and Accessories
ASE Testing: Students will be required to take all 8 ASE tests. (Each test taken when course material is completed)
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Demonstrate safe work habits when working with electrical and electronic systems, tools, and test equipment.
Review basic electrical circuits, Discuss GM terminals & connectors
Repair automotive wiring, terminals, and connectors using proper techniques
Discuss solid state components such as transistors, diodes, capacitors, and variable resistors.
Build and test circuits with various solid state components
Discuss the operation of GM lighting systems.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to proper diagnosis of brighter than normal, intermittent, dim, or no headlight operation.
Test, replace, and aim headlights/bulbs.
Inspect, test, repair, or replace headlight and dimmer switches, relays, sockets, connectors, and wires of headlight circuits.
Diagnose and repair the cause of intermittent, slow, or no retractable headlight assembly operation.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of brighter than normal, intermittent, dim, or no parking light and/or tail light operation.
Inspect, test, and repair or replace switches, relays, connectors, bulbs, sockets, modules, and wires of parking light and/or tail light circuits.
Diagnose and repair the cause of instrument and courtesy light circuit problems.
Diagnose and repair the cause of stoplight circuit problems.
Inspect, test, and replace or adjust stoplight switch.
Inspect, test, and repair or replace bulbs, sockets, connectors, and wires of stoplight circuits.
Diagnose and repair the cause of turn signal and hazard light switches and flasher units.
Inspect, test, and replace turn signal and hazard light switches and flasher units.
Diagnose and repair the cause of back-up light circuit problems.
Inspect, test, and adjust or replace back-up light switch.
Discuss the operation of instrument gauges and warning indicators.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of gauge and warning indicator units.
Inspect, test, and replace gauges and gauge sending units.
Inspect, test, and repair or replace connectors, wires, printed circuit boards, and instrument clusters related to gauge and warning indicator systems.
Discuss the operation of the horn system.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of horn problems.
Inspect, test, and repair or replace horns, horn relay, horn switch, connectors and wires of horn circuits.
Discuss the operation of wiper/washer systems.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of wiper/washer systems.
Inspect, test, and repair or replace wiper motor, switches, and washer components.
Discuss the operation of power seats, windows, and door locks.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of power seats, window, and door lock problems.
Inspect, test, and replace power window switches, relays, motors, connectors, and wires.
Inspect, adjust, or replace power window regulators.
Inspect, test, and repair or replace power seat switches, relays, motors, connectors, and wires.
Inspect, test, and replace power door lock switches, relays, motors, connectors, and wires.
Discuss the operation of cruise control systems.
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of cruise control problems.
Inspect, test, and replace cruise control system components.
Discuss the operation of Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) Systems
Perform troubleshooting techniques that will lead to accurate diagnosis of SIR Systems.
Inspect, test, and replace SIR System components.
Take the automobile certification examination given by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), in the area of Electrical Systems.
Pass all GM final course assessments, Embedded in ASEP, related to this course.
GM ASEP Time Clock Procedures
In order to maximize learning in the GM ASEP Program, students are required to clock in at or before the beginning of each class session and to clock out upon class dismissal, each day. Students are also required to clock out and clock in at break time. Students found to be dishonest in this procedure, in any way, will be recommended for ASEP Program withdrawal. Because of the extreme importance that the automotive industry places upon being punctual, dependable, and reliable, the student will punch a time card at break or at the beginning or at the end of each class session. A daily total of 4 points will be available for the attendance grade, two points for the morning session and 2 points for the afternoon. In order to receive full credit for attendance all time punches must be made at or before the session start time. One point will be deducted for any time punch after the session start time and up to 5 minutes late, no points will be awarded after the five minute grace period. The same time punch policy will apply to the morning break time. When a student does not report back to class after break or after lunch, 2 points will be deducted from the students weekly attendance grade for those infractions. Please note the applicable grading procedure stated above. In addition, students who are more than 5 minutes tardy may not be allowed into the classroom after the class session has begun.
ASEP Absentee Reporting
When unavoidable circumstances make attendance impossible, students must provide a satisfactory explanation of their absences to the ASEP instructor. In every possible case, the instructor must be informed of the necessary absences a minimum of two school days before they occur. In the case of emergency absence or illness, it is the students responsibility to inform the instructor of the situation as soon as possible. This should be done before the class to be missed starts if it is physically possible for the student or an acquaintance to do so (the office voice mail will take messages at any time of the day 575-492-2863). You may also reach me or leave a voice mail on my cell phone which is 575-605-1936. It is the responsibility of the student to request and make up all work missed during the absence. In some instances, the student may not be allowed to make up missed work at the discretion of the instructor (see Make-up Policy below). For all absences, regardless of the cause, either before the absence or immediately upon returning to class the student must provide the instructor printed/written evidence explaining the absence(s). Examples of such evidence include a doctors excuse, court documents, funeral notice, etc.
ASEP Excessive Absences
Due to the accelerated nature of the ASEP Program, students that exceed two (2) absences in any core course during the semester will be recommended for withdrawal from the ASEP program. In cases of emergencies and illness, students need to follow the procedures provided below.
ASEP Make-up Policy - This policy applies to both excused and unexcused absences.
Students should remain out of class only when absolutely necessary, much of the classroom and laboratory activity cannot be made up; the benefit of lectures, discussion, and participation is lost forever to those who are absent.
Upon returning to class after an absence, it is the students responsibility to request any assignments missed. Additionally, all work turned in late will lose 10 percentage points for each day it is late. There will be NO opportunity to make up missed quizzes and tests due to tardiness; a 0 will be recorded. Exceptions will be considered only for extreme circumstances.
Students will be held responsible for the information on these pages.
Each student is expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity in online academic and professional matters. The College reserves the right to take disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, against any student who is found guilty of academic dishonesty or otherwise fails to meet these standards. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done or done by others; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other College records. Cheating or gaining illegal information for any type of graded work is considered dishonest and will be dealt with accordingly.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
Any student requiring special accommodations should contact the Special Needs Student Services Coordinator at (575) 492-2576 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Attendance is required at every session of each course for which the student is enrolled. When unavoidable circumstances make attendance impossible, students must provide a satisfactory explanation of their absences to their professors. College-sponsored activities are considered excused absences and the appropriate sponsor of those students who will be absent from class will notify professors. Students having absences due to college-sponsored activities will need to make arrangements with the affected classes / professor to take care of required work; however, arrangements for make-ups should be made within a reasonable time frame, usually within one week of the absence. Regarding make-up work, absences due to late registration are considered the same as regular absences.
All cell phones and pagers must be turned off when the student is participating in any lecture, laboratory, or other learning activity.
The professor is responsible for maintaining a class environment best suited for effective learning. By registering for this class, the student is assumed to have entered into an agreement with New Mexico Junior College and the professor to attend the class regularly and to behave in an appropriate manner at all times. Disruptive behavior may result in the student being removed from the class.
Food and Drink Policy
Food items and soft drinks may not be consumed in NMJC classrooms. Students are also discouraged from bringing food and drink items into the classroom even though these items remain in sealed packaging. Bottled water is permissible.
No Children in the Classroom
In order to adhere to instructional procedures as well as maintain the safety of children, NMJC’s policy of no children in the classrooms (lecture, lab, etc.) will be followed.
Offering the work of another as one’s own, without proper acknowledgment, is plagiarism; therefore, any student who fails to give credit for quotations or essentially identical expression of material taken from books, encyclopedias, magazines and other reference works, or from the themes, reports, or other writings of a fellow student, is guilty of plagiarism. Plagiarism violates the academic honesty policy and is considered cheating.
Smoking/Use of Tobacco
New Mexico Junior College is cognizant of the health hazards associated with smoking / use of tobacco for the smoker, as well as the non-smoker. In an effort to provide a healthy environment for students, employees, and others who may frequent the campus, NMJC prohibits smoking / use of tobacco inside any campus building or facility.
Free tutoring services are available to all NMJC students through Brainfuse and the Academic Success Center located at the Pannell Library on the 1st floor.
Regular, punctual attendance is required for all classes at NMJC. Although the professor has the right to drop any student who has missed the equivalent of 2 weeks of instruction (based on a 16 week semester) whether its a face to face, online, or a hybrid course, it is not guaranteed that the professor will drop the student. If the student chooses to stop attending a class, he/she should withdraw from the class by accessing your student account in the T-Bird Web Portal at www.nmjc.edu, or submitting the required paperwork to the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 22, 2019. All students are encouraged to discuss their class status with the professor prior to withdrawing from the class.
Orientation (Review of Policies, Syllabi, Safety Test)
Review of Basic Electrical
Terminals and Connectors
GDS 2 and MDI 2
Strategy Based Diagnostics
Begin Study of Accessories
Lectures, Quizzes, Homework, and Labs over discussed materials
Blower Motor Circuits
Heated window/Mirror Defoggers
Heated Seats, Steering wheel
Auto dimming mirrors, Door locks
Lectures, Quizzes, Homework, and Labs over discussed materials
Review and Testing
*Final Exam (Written)
*All assigned GM web based training must be completed prior to taking the written final