Automotive Engines - Tim Gilles (Paperback)

Diagnosis, Repair, Rebuilding

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Product Details

Barcode
9781337567480
Department
Books
Released
1 Jan 2018
Supply Source
USA

Book

Author
Tim Gilles
Subtitle
Diagnosis, Repair, Rebuilding
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Delmar Pub
Edition
8
Language
English
Number of Pages
672
Dimensions
274 x 215 x 30mm (1.57kg)

Summary

Gain the technical expertise, practical skills, and industry knowledge you need for career success! AUTOMOTIVE ENGINES: DIAGNOSIS, REPAIR, AND REBUILDING, Eighth Edition, features comprehensive coverage of the theory of operation, diagnosis, repair, and rebuilding of automotive engines. A veteran instructor with firsthand experience as a certified technician and machinist, the author focuses on universal repair techniques and case histories based on real-world scenarios you are likely to see in the field. Now updated with new, full-color images and information on the latest trends, tools, and technology--including hybrid engines and high-performance components--this trusted text is the ideal resource to prepare you for professional success.

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Education
BISAC Subject 1
Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Arts & Humanities
BISAC Subject 2
Technology & Engineering / Automotive
BISAC Subject 3
Technology & Engineering / Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades
BIC Classification 1
Motor cars: general interest
Dewey Classification
372

Author Bio

An automotive teacher for 38 years, Tim Gilles is professor emeritus in the Automotive Technology Department at Santa Barbara City College, has authored or coauthored several textbooks, and has been active in professional associations for many years. He has served as president and a board member of the California Automotive Teachers (CAT), a board member and election committee chair of the North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT), a member of the California Community College Chancellor's Trade and Industry Advisory Committee, and Education Committee chair for the Santa Barbara Chapter of the Independent Automotive Professionals Association. Mr. Gilles has also served several terms as a board member of the Santa Barbara Automotive Service Council and is active in industry associations such as AERA, The Automotive Repair Coalition, and IATN, including presenting at numerous conferences. Mr. Gilles has held the industry certifications of ASE Master Automotive Technician and ASE Master Engine Machinist.