A comprehensive course including theory, repair and service procedures with an emphasis on diagnosis of modern powertrain management systems. This course includes computers, fuel systems and service, exhaust gas analysis, emission control systems and service. This course provides an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to diagnose and service today’s complex powertrain systems. Using the skills and knowledge learned, students will perform the same procedures, and diagnose powertrain and related system concerns on today’s automobiles and light trucks just as a technician would in an automotive service department. AUTO2012M is a fall semester course. Tools identified on the student tool list are required for this course. Note that for the AEP, MCAP, MLR, and SU pathways, on-line training may be required to receive credit for this course. Successful completion of AUTO1012M, AUTO1022M, and AUTO1031M with a minimum grade of C is required to register for this course. Prerequisites: Successful completion of AUTO1012M, AUTO1022M, and AUTO1031M with a minimum grade of C.