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We offer an Auto-Truck Electrical - Electronics
Troubleshooting Training Curriculum that solves problems teaching students electrical.
Read on and see what we mean! We have been offering electrical curriculum since 1985.
See what other teachers have to say about our training programs.


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There is a critical shortage of properly trained automotive and diesel technology students graduating from tech schools today that have the necessary skills in troubleshooting and repairing electrical and electronic systems found on today's vehicles.

Vehicle service industry employers know this well because they live with the problem everyday of poorly trained electrical service technicians.

Now you can teach your students the simplicity of vehicle electrical - electronic circuit troubleshooting. Our electrical training programs show them what they will do on-the-vehicle and how they will do it.


1st Electrical Training Program We Recommend!

"Vehicle Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS"

MAKE LEARNING ESSENTIAL ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES FUN!
Our 250 page book on vehicle electrical systems troubleshooting covers the electrical subjects most needed by students who are training to become professional technicians. This essential electrical training and repair is accomplished with only a DMM and Current Clamp. It is not available anywhere else.

The training focuses on how to test and troubleshoot the most problematic of vehicle electrical circuits, the battery, the cranking circuit and the charging system because these are the most often mis-diagnosed by technicians today due to poor training and misunderstanding.Get your students started off in the right direction with SHORTCUTS in 7 training sections.

Section 1 starts off with essential electrical principles presented in a way that relates to vehicle circuits and what a student (future technician) needs to know.
Section 2
covers DMMs and Current Clamps - the do's and do not's. Section 3 covers how circuits work with voltage, current and resistance.


Now the training in
SHORTCUTS gets really interesting! Even if you already have an electrical curriculum in place you need to add the electrical troubleshooting found in SHORTCUTS, Sections 4, 5 and 6. You won't find this electrical training anywhere else!

In Section 4 students learn about common and unusual battery failures and how to quickly test and troubleshoot a battery in minutes using just a DMM and a Current Clamp. Students are given actual voltage and electron current readings in good battery circuits and learn what to do when the readings are too high or too low.

Section 5
covers DMM and Current Clamp test procedures for troubleshooting cranking circuits including relay control cranking. Students are again given actual voltage and electron current readings in good cranking circuits and learn what to do when the readings are too high or too low.

Section 6
covers the proper way to test and troubleshoot generators and charging systems including those that are computer controlled charging systems. Students again are given actual voltage and electron current readings in good battery circuits and learn what to do when the readings are too high or too low.

ALL THEY NEED IS A DMM AND CURRENT CLAMP TO COMPLETE THESE SERIES OF ELECTRICAL TESTS!
Section 7
covers how to read schematic diagrams.

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There is also a comprehensive SHORTCUTS Power Point with talking points that covers SHORTCUTS page by page. Each of the 7 sections in SHORTCUTS has review questions with answers in the back of the book. You won't find this much essential electrical troubleshooting training in any other 250 page book.

Price of "SHORTCUTS" Book is $89.00 each! BUY A COPY

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How SHORTCUTS Can Benefit Your Students!
You probably already have electrical curriculum you present to your students. If you want to provide this level of advanced electrical troubleshooting skill to your students you can by adding Sections 4-5-6 of SHORTCUTS to your electrical curriculum. We have this special SHORTCUTS introductory offer to help you get started.


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2nd Electrical Training Program We Recommend

"FIRST THINGS FIRST"
Electrical Flip-Charts
(2 versions)

Teach your students how to test the primary electrical system (battery, grounds and charging system) of a vehicle in less than 5 minutes with one of our laminated "FIRST THINGS FIRST" flip-charts. Presents simple test steps to follow using only a DMM.

Shows a student how to test the battery, the two major ground circuits and charging system performance "on-the-vehicle" in less than 5 minutes with a DMM and a little practice.

We have the electrical training answers for teachers who want to solve the industry wide problem of electrical troubleshooting incompetence at surprisingly reasonable cost per student.

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FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro covers a 14V single battery system. BUY 1 COPY

FIRST THINGS FIRST-2 covers a dual battery 14V system.
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We recently introduced addition training covering multiple battery troubleshooting for 14V and 24V systems. To read about this multiple battery pack publication or place an order CLICK HERE


Auto/Diesel Technical School Teachers

Here is some solid "hands-on-the-vehicle" electrical training using FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro
in the classroom and in the shop!
The electrical training program covers almost half the A.S.E. and N.A.T.E.F. task lists for electrical by simply teaching this electrical program and then having students perform the electrical tests on vehicles. Then review with students the test readings they recorded in their student workbook Test Results Form for a follow up review.


FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro
Teacher Presentation Pkg. Part Number FTFSCH05
(Special offer for 1st Time Purchase)

Teacher Presentation Package # FTFSCH05

(1) 1 copy of FIRST THINGS FIRST Power Point Presentation ($399.00 value)
Includes the latest version technical presentation with illustrations of FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro - 14 step tests in 70 slides. Designed for classroom instruction as students follow along in their individual workbooks. You can download the Instructor Guide or we will send you a copy by email. ($399.00 value)

(2) 6 copies of Student Workbook, Part Number FTFSWB05
Students follow along step-by-step taking notes as you cover the material using the Instructor Guide with all the technical explanations you need. The student workbook also contains test results forms for students to use when performing FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro on vehicles in the shop using one of the six copies of the laminated professional version of FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro included in this school package. Purchase additional copies of the Student Work Book as needed. ($60.00 value)

(3) 6 copies of FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro
Laminated flip-chart used by professional technicians since 1991 to uncover electrical system problems most often overlooked by most technicians and is often the cause of code/no-code driveability problems. These heavy weight laminated flip-charts show students how to perform FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro. Purchase additional copies of FIRST THINGS FIRST-Pro as needed. ($534.00 value)

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3rd Electrical Training Program We HIGHLY Recommend!

Turn out students with superior "hands-on" electrical & electronics troubleshooting skills that will put them in high demand. With our electrical training programs your students will quickly be recognized as the "go-to-tech" for electrical work.
WHAT A WAY TO BEGIN THEIR CAREERS!
YOU CAN BE "THE TEACHER" THAT DID IT FOR THEM!


VEEJER'S "HANDS-ON" TROUBLESHOOTING TRAINING CURRICULUM IS THE SOLUTION!
Give your students a solid foundation in electrical & electronics troubleshooting involving "hands-on" troubleshooting training with a DMM and all it's features with our electrical circuit troubleshooting training program outlined below.

Veejer's "hands-on" training program covers advanced voltage drop testing and teaches students how, why, when, what and where to measure voltage, resistance and electron current in vehicle circuits to find the problem. Students come to understand good circuit DMM readings from bad circuit DMM readings and what to do if a DMM reading is too high or too low. Who else teaches this?

This type of training will make your graduates sought after by employers looking for technicians well versed in electrical troubleshooting skills in auto and truck electrical-electronic systems.

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Here's what you can offer your students for "Hands-On" vehicle electrical-electronics troubleshooting training!


Get students involved from the very first day of electrical class teaching them how to troubleshoot electrical circuits with our first "Hands-On" Troubleshooting Trainer, The Starter Kit, H-111A. Students immediately become engaged in learning electrical troubleshooting. Watch their interest in electrical rise using these live electrical troubleshooting trainers as they begin to test and measure the circuit with a DMM on the first day of electrical class before they have learned any electrical theory!

Students build self-confidence and get comfortable with electrical troubleshooting during repetitious and detailed electrical troubleshooting procedures as they successfully complete each hands-on exercise.

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1. Begin "Hands-on" electrical circuit training with The Starter Kit, H-111A(S)
This is first step of this hands-on electrical-electronics troubleshooting training program, called the Starter Kit, Part Number H-111A(S). The "(S)" identifies school packaging arrangement. It's the first troubleshooting trainer to use and begins the process of teaching electrical-electronic circuit troubleshooting. This module provides 32 practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side and shorts to ground problems.

The illustration at the left shows the first two Troubleshooting Trainer circuit boards (PCBs) in the Starter Kit, H-111A(S). The top PCB is the Power Board, H-PCB01A, providing power (B+) and ground (B-) to all circuit boards connected at the C700 connector. The Lamp Board, H-PCB02A, is shown connected at the bottom of the Power Board.

With the Starter Kit, students learn how to test circuits and how circuits fail through a series of hands-on exercises inserting open circuits, voltage drops & shorts-to-ground at various points in the circuit on the top of the troubleshooting trainers.

Then students measure the effects each problem has on the circuit using a DMM to measure circuit voltage and voltage drops to evaluate the circuit problem. Specific instructions in the work book show students step-by-step what to do and diagrams illustrate how the DMM test leads are connected to the troubleshooting trainers for each exercise.

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The illustration at the left shows the two Troubleshooting Trainer circuit boards (PCBs) in the Starter Kit, H-111A(S) next to the workbook, H-WB111A.

The Student Workbook is 71 pages and fully illustrated with diagrams and schematics. It has been revised and updated with hands-on exercises and worksheets. The Instructor Guide is H-IG111A and has all the answers for the Instructor.


Student practice troubleshootingPRACTICE - PRACTICE - PRACTICE
Students practice troubleshooting with hands-on application and learn the correct ways to test and measure live circuits. Students learn how to recognize when a circuit is operating correctly, using only their DMM, and what is wrong if the circuit is not operating correctly. Once students have mastered circuit measurement and troubleshooting procedure, the teacher inserts a series of 32 programmed troubleshooting problems on the bottom of the circuit boards. Students troubleshoot from the top of the circuit boards to locate the problem just as they would in an actual circuit on a vehicle.


TroubleshootingStudents learn how to read and use schematic diagrams provided throughout the Student Workbook. They learn how to interpret DMM readings to distinguish between good DMM readings and bad DMM readings; too high or too low DMM readings and what to do next based on the readings obtained. Students practice over and over the best ways to trace voltage and voltage drop measurements through the circuits of the troubleshooting trainers to find circuit problems.



This is really what "ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING" is all about. Students learn troubleshooting principles on live circuit board troubleshooting trainers before they ever tackle a problem on an actual vehicle. Students develop electrical troubleshooting skills to use on a vehicle before they ever touch a vehicle. Now "time spent on the vehicles" is much more productive. Students should work on the circuit boards independently for best results or they may work in teams to help weaker students catch up with students who quickly adapt to electrical troubleshooting.

Students love the troubleshooting challenge this training program provides because they come to quickly understand how to successfully troubleshoot live circuits. Students develop self-confidence by troubleshooting 32 individual live electrical problems - one at a time - to perfect their troubleshooting technique with The Starter Kit, H-111A. This training program offers many opportunities for students to learn to troubleshoot electrical circuits with minimum teacher interaction.


IT'S EASY TO CREATE ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS
Inserting a problem takes 5 seconds then several students can take turns troubleshoot the same problem. Each U Jumper contains a "zero-ohm resistor" that is the same as a wire jumper. Simply unplugging a zero ohm resistor creates an OPEN circuit problem. Replacing a zero ohm resistor with a fixed carbon resistor supplied with the program creates a specific value VOLTAGE DROP problem. A SHORT-TO-GROUND is created by putting a zero ohm resistor into a U-NOxx location. Full instructions for inserting problems are provided in the Confidential Instructor Guide along with all the step-by-step troubleshooting answers. All the curriculum development work is done for the teacher.


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Suggestions on implementing this training program
This troubleshooting training program is easily integrated into already jammed packed school programs because exercises can be accomplished in short time periods.

Got students standing around?
Make this troubleshooting training program available all the time in the classroom during the school year with boards previously "bugged" with an electrical problem. Students go to these circuit board trainers often and practice troubleshooting while they are waiting for their turn at some other activity. Then watch them as they gravitate to the "electrical problems of the day" you have set up for them because they enjoy the challenge as the competition begins to build between students.

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Follow up with these advanced electrical trainers. . .
Four more advanced Troubleshooting Trainers are shown next to connect to the Starter Kit's Power Board which develops a student's advanced level hands-on electrical-electronic circuit troubleshooting skill.  

2. DC Motor Troubleshooting Trainer H-113(S)

Add another circuit board to the Starter Kit's Power Board and continue developing student electrical-electronic troubleshooting skills by learning to troubleshoot brush less DC Motor circuits and brush-type DC Motors with the first add-on Troubleshooting Trainer, The DC Motor Board Kit Part Number is H-113(S). The "S" is the school package version of the program.

Each Troubleshooting DC Motor Circuit Kit, H-113(S) contains the following:
1 ea. DC Motor Circuit Board H-PCB03 and
1 ea. Resistor Bag H-RB03.

Student Workbooks H-WB113 and the Instructor Guide, H-IG113 are ordered separately as needed by schools.

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The DC Motor module provides a total of 42 practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side, shorts to ground and shorts-to-voltage problems. 

Once the DC Motor circuit board is connected to the Power Board, students are ready to immediately explore with hands-on exercises the testing and troubleshooting of live DC Motor circuits.

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Once the DC Motor circuit board is connected to the Power Board, students are ready to immediately explore with hands-on exercises the testing and troubleshooting of live DC Motor circuits. The Student Workbook, Part Number H-WB113, walks a student through the theory, operation and troubleshooting techniques of brush less DC Motor Circuits and discusses testing common brush-type DC Motors used as starter motors and a/c-heater blower motor circuits.

After 30 pages of self-paced step-by-step instruction, students begin troubleshooting 37 electrical problems in the DC Motor circuit which are inserted one at a time by the teacher. The DC Motor circuit is described as an engine-cooling fan circuit to add realism to the 37 troubleshooting problems. The circuit problems inserted are OPEN circuits, VOLTAGE DROP problems on either the voltage side or the ground side of the circuit, SHORT-TO-GROUND problems, and with this module SHORT-TO-VOLTAGE problems with some added written material.


Several troubleshooting DC motor circuit problems deal with more advanced failures on the ground side of the circuit. Students learn to quickly troubleshoot and identify major or minor ground side problems. After following the troubleshooting procedures in this module, students will breeze through ground side problems in any vehicle circuit.

Performance testingThe DC Motor Circuit's 37 troubleshooting problems are described as "engine running too hot" or "engine gradually overheating" due to a failure of the cooling fan circuit (DC Motor acting as the cooling fan), that is visually obvious from the performance of the DC Motor fan in each problem. Some problems simulate battery drain problems because the cooling fan runs all the time when the ignition switch (on the Power Board) is switched OFF.

This realism added to the troubleshooting problems helps to maintain interest and relate the troubleshooting problems to real world vehicle failures. After mastering the first 37 DC Motor circuit problems there are 5 advanced problems to present additional challenge to students who are ready for more of a test of their troubleshooting ability.
That's a total of 42 troubleshooting problems covering DC Motor Circuits.

The DC Motor Instructor Guide, H-IG113, provides answers to all review exercises and complete instructions for inserting circuit problems on the bottom of the Troubleshooting Trainer. Step-by-step answers to each troubleshooting problem are included.


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3. Relay Circuit Troubleshooting H-115(S)

Troubleshooting Relays is a difficult task for technicians given all the possibilities of how a relay or a relay circuit can fail especially when replacing the relay does not fix a relay circuit problem.

Then it's time to start troubleshooting the relay circuit. Each Relay Circuit Troubleshooting Kit, H-115(S), contains the following: (1 ea.) Relay Circuit Board-Part Number H-PCB05 and (1 ea.) Resistor Bag H-RB05. Student Workbooks, H-WB115 and Instructor Guide, H-IG115 are ordered separately.


This module provides a total of 75 relay practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side, shorts to ground and shorts-to-voltage problems. Students will never be stumped by a relay circuit problem after completing this troubleshooting trainer. It covers just about everything that could go wrong in a relay circuit, even finding a defective spike suppression diode.

A student learns about relay circuits and practice troubleshooting live relay circuit problems of all types.

Hands-on practice exercises are embedded in the Student Workbook H-WB115 (over 110 pages) with extensive instructions covering relay operation, characteristics, and troubleshooting. Students learn how relays are used in vehicle circuits but more importantly how relay circuits fail and the troubleshooting techniques to find relay circuit problems when the relay itself is not the problem.


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The relay troubleshooting training program, H-115 contains extensive step-by-step instruction and hands-on exercises in relay circuit operation. Students learn to analyze relay circuits by measuring voltage, voltage drops, resistance and current in relay circuits to identify relay circuit problems.

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These relay circuit exercises are followed by hands-on practice in relay circuit troubleshooting technique as students troubleshoot 75 individual live relay circuit problems one at a time with the relay being called the Fuel Pump Relay and the Lamp simulating fuel pump operation.

This adds fuel management system realism to the relay troubleshooting as students learn to interpret a fuel pressure problem in relation to relay circuit operation when a circuit problem is present. Students develop troubleshooting skill and self-confidence through repetitious hands-on troubleshooting practice of 75 relay circuit problems.
The Relay Instructor Guide, H-IG115, provides answers to all review exercises and complete instructions for inserting relay circuit problems on the bottom of the Relay Troubleshooting Trainer. Answers to each troubleshooting problem are included in the Instructor Guide.

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4. Wire Harness Troubleshooting H-116(S)
Troubleshooting wiring harnesses can be a difficult task given all the possibilities of how a wire harness can fail with broken wires (open circuits), corroded wires & connections (voltage drops), shorts-to-ground and shorts-to-voltage problems on the voltage side versus problems on the ground side. Never replace a vehicle's wire harness again because of an open circuit, bad connector, voltage drop problem, short-to-ground or short-to-voltage in a wiring harness. With this program students will know how to troubleshoot a wire harness and repair it on any vehicle.

Note: The Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer should be used only after completing the first three hands-on troubleshooting training modules of the Starter Kit, DC Motor Circuit and Relay Circuit. The first four circuit board trainers are required to assemble the Mini-Electrical System (or M.E.S.) to complete this advanced module. Please read on!


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Troubleshooting wiring harnesses can be a difficult task given all the possibilities of how a wire harness can fail with broken wires (open circuits), corroded wires & connections (voltage drops), shorts-to-ground and shorts-to-voltage problems on the voltage side versus problems on the ground side. Never replace a vehicle's wire harness again because of an open circuit, bad connector, voltage drop problem, short-to-ground or short-to-voltage in a wiring harness. With this program students will know how to troubleshoot a wire harness and repair it on any vehicle.

Note: The Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer should be used only after completing the first three hands-on troubleshooting training modules of the Starter Kit, DC Motor Circuit and Relay Circuit.

The first four circuit board trainers are required to assemble a complete Mini-Electrical System (or M.E.S.) to complete this advanced module. Please read on!

The Power Board, H-PCB01 connects at the top. The Lamp Board, H-PCB02 (Master Brake Light) connects at the lower left. The Relay Board (Fuel Pump Circuit) connects at bottom center. The DC Motor Board, H-PCB03, (Engine Cooling Fan) connects at the lower right. Troubleshooting problems relate to these circuits with actual customer complaints.

The M.E.S. provides more than 115 practice electrical systems troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side, shorts to ground and shorts-to-voltage problems.
 

 

Students troubleshooting this mini-electrical system will never be stumped by a wire harness problem after completing this module. It covers everything that could go wrong in a wire harness.

The Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer Program H-116 shows you how to troubleshoot, identify and repair any type of wire harness problem. Learn to troubleshoot electrical "system" problems when a circuit in the "electrical system" is not functioning correctly or when one problem affects more than one circuit. Is it a problem in the wiring on the voltage side? Is it a problem in the wiring on the ground side? Is it a problem isolated in only one circuit? Is it a problem in a part of the wire harness common to more than one circuit? Answers to these questions and how to troubleshoot these types of wiring harness problems.
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Student shown troubleshooting wire harness problemsA group of students are shown here troubleshooting wire harness problems using only their DMM following the information in their work book. Students record their trouble- shooting steps, voltage and resistance readings in their work book for grading by the teacher.

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More than 115 electrical problems take students through a wide variety of voltage side and ground side problems in the wire harness. Voltage drop problems are thoroughly covered as students troubleshoot large voltage drops as well as those subtle little voltage drops that can affect a circuit but be so hard to see with a DMM UNLESS you know what to look for and where to look. It's all there for students troubleshooting the Mini-Electrical System, or "M.E.S." as we like to call it.

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Click here for a full schematic diagram of the "M.E.S."


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5. CAN Bus Troubleshooting H- 200(S)

Click Here to see pictures and read a description of our CAN Bus Troubleshooting Trainer H-PCB200 included in H-200(S).You can read all about our hands-on CAN Bus curriculum HERE. We also explain the two most common mistakes technicians make troubleshooting CAN Bus problems and this is often overlooked in CAN Bus training. Read about how we have designed this CAN Bus curriculum to solve these problems.

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We also have a book "Some Things They Don't Tell You About CAN Bus." Read about it HERE!


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 Another training program to help your students!
 
"The" Vehicle Electronics Training Course
This is a 60 lesson electronics course with in depth instruction in vehicle electrical-electronic circuits and troubleshooting. This program is ideal as a back-up to our hands-on training programs. Many of the lessons are referenced in the student's work books if students want to seek additional or more in depth information at various intervals in the hands-on troubleshooting training program. We now can offer the 60 lesson course to add to your overall electrical-electronics curriculum. Call us for details!

The 60 lesson course is now available on line.
Go to this web site to read about the 60 lessons on-line. Subscribe with a credit card and start studying in minutes.

See this link for more information and an outline of the topics in each lesson of the "The" (60-lesson) Vehicle Electronics Training Course.


Check out our Testimonials and see what successes other teachers have achieved using our hands-on troubleshooting training programs, 60 lesson home-study course and FIRST THINGS FIRST.
If you have any questions at all please give us a call.
We would be happy to discuss how best we can help you
meet your classroom needs and turn out students with electrical-electronic troubleshooting skill that employers seek to hire.

What greater benefit can you be to your students than to prepare them for a meaningful career troubleshooting electrical-electronics in the vehicle service industry where electrical troubleshooting skill is in such great demand?

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