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1 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Framework: Structural/non structural (Light/ Commercial vehicle) Jacking points

2 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Framework: Structural (Light vehicle)

3 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Framework: Non structural (Commercial vehicle)

4 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Framework: Jacking points In order to avoid concentrated stress and prevent damage it is essential to use only the proper jacking point, or the manufacturers designated lifting pads, when lifting integrally constructed vehicles

5 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Framework: Jacking points

6 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Seats Restraints (seat Belt, Airbags, Belt Tensioner) Carpets Headlining Trim Covers Mouldings

7 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems A car seat is the chair used in automobiles. Most car seats are made from inexpensive but durable material in order to withstand as much use as possible. Some car seat systems are set up with a battery-powered automatic control to adjust how the seat sits in the car. Interior:

8 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Seat Interior:

9 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Seat construction Armrest Backrest, with lumbar support Headrest Seat base Seat track

10 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Seat Adjustments Backrest angle Cushion edge Fore-and-aft position Headrest angle Headrest level Lumbar position Seat depth Seat height The upper section of the seat backrest, may be tilted to the front for optimum, individual shoulder support Variable head support at the sides

11 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Restraints (seat Belt, Airbags, Belt Tensioner) Seat Belts: The Purpose of seat belt is to prevent the wearer from being thrown forward and possibly being injured during a frontal impact

12 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Restraints (seat Belt, Airbags, Belt Tensioner) Seat Belts:

13 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Restraints (seat Belt, Airbags, Belt Tensioner) Air Bags: One of the major safety development is the fitting of the air bags as part of the equipment of new vehicles. Inflated airbags protect the driver and the front seat passenger from striking, respectively, the steering wheel and dashboard. In an impact above 25km/hr, inertia sensors send a signal to the electronic control unit, which triggers the igniter unit. Pellets that create a gas when burnt are then ignited, and the airbags inflates. As the body of the occupant sinks into the airbag the gas is forced out of the vent hole.

14 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Restraints (seat Belt, Airbags, Belt Tensioner) Air Bags:

15 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Restraints (seat Belt, Airbags, Belt Tensioner) Belt Tensioner:

16 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Carpets

17 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Headlining

18 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Trim

19 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Covers Steering Cover Seat Cover

20 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Interior: Mouldings

21 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Exhaust System: Purpose To direct the burnt gases of combustion away from the vehicle and into the atmosphere. To convert the pollutant produced by the engine into non toxic substance. To reduce the noise of the exhaust gas flow.

22 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Exhaust System: Layout

23 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Cooling System: Purpose The main function of Cooling System are to Control the temperature of the engine within the precise limit Increase the efficiency of engine Provide heat for other devices such as the interior

24 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Cooling System: Types of Cooling System Air Cooled Liquid Cooled

25 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Cooling System: Liquid Cooled

26 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Cooling System: AirCooled

27 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems FuelSystem: The Fuel Supply System Consist of A storage Tank A fuel pump Or pumps Filter Delivery pipes

28 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems FuelSystem:

29 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Fuel System: A Fuel Tank (Store Fuel) The Fuel Tank Stores the Vehicle Fuel Supply, and is nearly always at the opposite end of the vehicle from the engine for reason of safety, space and weight distribution

30 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Fuel System: Fuel Pump (meter fuel) The fuel pump transfer fuel from the tank to the carburetor or the fuel injection pump

31 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Transmission: Purpose Enable the torque being transmitted from the engine to the driving wheels to be varied to suit load and speed requirements Provide a means of reversing Provide a permanent neutral position.

32 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Clutch: Purpose Permit a smooth and gradual engagement of the drive(So that the vehicle can gradually move away from rest. Assist gear changing Provide a temporary neutral

33 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Clutch:

34 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Drive shaft: A vehicle equipped with rear wheel drive and independent suspension has drive shaft s to enable driving torque to be transmitted through varying angles to each driving wheel

35 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Final Drive: The final drive is that part of transmission system that provide a final reduction gear and an even distribution of the engines torque to the road wheels

36 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Suspension: The basic purpose of a suspension system is to isolate the vehicles body from uneven road surfaces. This ensures that both the passengers and goods being carried benefit from the smoothest possible ride.

37 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Steering: The purpose of a steering system is to control the direction in which a vehicle travels

38 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Braking: The function of the braking system is to bring a moving vehicle safely to rest. It gives the driver control over the vehicle. It does this by converting the kinetic energy to heat, which is then given up to the surrounding air as it flows past the brakes.

39 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Braking:

40 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Electrical: Starting System The purpose of the starting system is to turn the engine for starting. The electrical unit providing initial energy for vehicle starting is the Stator Motor.

41 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Electrical: Charging System To supply consumers when the engine is running, and to charge the battery

42 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Electrical: Ignition System To ignite the fuel mixture in the combustion chamber of petrol engine vehicle

43 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Electrical: Lighting and General Consumers: Electrical energy is required to run the lighting system and general consumer(ventilation/heater fan, air conditioning, windscreen wiper and radio.

44 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

45 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

46 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

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48 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

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50 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

51 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

52 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

53 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

54 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

55 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

56 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

57 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.2a)Identify Light and Heavy Vehicle Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle Body Components and Vehicle Systems Quiz

58 Unit2 Chassis System 1 (2.3a) Identify Driver Controls and Information systems

59 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems

60 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Steering Wheel Accelerator Brake/Clutch Pedals Hand brake Gear Lever Instrument panel / Dash

61 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Steering Wheel A steering wheel (also called a driving wheel or hand wheel) is a type of steering control in vehicles and vessels (ships and boats). Steering wheels are used in most modern land vehicles, including all mass-production automobiles as well as light and heavy trucks. The steering wheel is the part of the steering system that is manipulated by the driver

62 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Accelerator, Clutch and Brake Pedals An automobile may have two to four foot pedals. The arrangement is the same for both right- and left-hand traffic. From left to right: normally operated by the left foot: clutch pedal, not in the case of automatic transmission brake pedal, which is sometimes wide and elevated above the car floor throttle (known as the 'accelerator' or 'gas pedal'), controls fuel and air supply to the automobile's engine. It is usually narrow and close to the car floor allowing the driver's heel to rest on the car floor. It has a fail- safe design in that it automatically returns to the idle position when not depressed by the driver.

63 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Accelerator, Clutch and Brake Pedals

64 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Hand Brake Lever In cars, the hand brake (emergency brake, e-brake, parking brake) is a latching brake usually used to keep the car stationary The mechanism is often a hand- operated lever (hence the hand brake name), on the floor on either side of the driver, or a pull handle located below and near the steering wheel column, or a (foot- operated) pedal located far apart from the other pedals.

65 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Gear Lever A gear stick (also known as gearstick, gear lever, selection lever, shift stick and gear shifter) is the lever used to change gear in a vehicle, such as an automobile, with manual transmission or several common forms of automatic transmission.

66 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Driver Controls Instrument panel / Dash

67 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Head Lamp

68 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Head Lamp

69 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Tail light:

70 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Stop light (Brake Light):

71 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Turn Signal:

72 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Hazard Warning Lights:

73 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Backup Lights:

74 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Clearance Lights (Position Lights):

75 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Lamps: Fog Lights:

76 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Screen Wash /Wipe

77 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Screen Wash /Wipe

78 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Screen Wash /Wipe

79 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Information System

80 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Information System

81 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Ventilation

82 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Ventilation

83 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Ventilation

84 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Ventilation

85 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.3a)Identify driver controls and information systems Ventilation

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99 Unit2 Chassis System 1 (2.4a) Identify the reasons for carrying out regular or special vehicle inspections and adjustments

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101 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.4a)Identify the reasons for carrying out regular or special vehicle inspections and adjustments Reasons for carrying out regular Automobile Maintenance Auto maintenance describes the act of inspecting or testing the condition of car subsystems (e.g., engine) and servicing or replacing parts and fluids. Regular maintenance is critical to ensure the safety, reliability, drivability, comfort and longevity of a car. During preventive maintenance, a number of parts are replaced to avoid major damage or for safety reasons, e.g. timing belt replacement.

102 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.4a)Identify the reasons for carrying out regular or special vehicle inspections and adjustments Reasons for carrying out regular Automobile Maintenance The actual schedule of car maintenance varies depending on the year, make, and model of a car, its driving conditions and driver behavior. Car makers recommend the so-called extreme or the ideal service schedule based on impact parameters such as number of trips and distance traveled per trip per day extreme hot or cold climate conditions mountainous, dusty or de-iced roads heavy stop-and-go vs. long-distance cruising towing a trailer or other heavy load

103 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.4a)Identify the reasons for carrying out regular or special vehicle inspections and adjustments Reasons for carrying out regular Automobile Maintenance Auto maintenance describes the act of inspecting or testing the condition of car subsystems (e.g., engine) and servicing or replacing parts and fluids. Regular maintenance is critical to ensure the safety, reliability, drivability, comfort and longevity of a car. During preventive maintenance, a number of parts are replaced to avoid major damage or for safety reasons, e.g. timing belt replacement.

104 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.4a)Identify the reasons for carrying out regular or special vehicle inspections and adjustments Reasons for carrying out regular Automobile Maintenance Common car maintenance tasks include: Car wash check/replace the engine oil and replace oil filters check/replace fuel filters inspect or replace windshield wipers check or refill windshield washer fluid inspect tires for pressure and wear Tire balancing Tire rotation Wheel alignment check, clean or replace battery terminals and top up battery fluid inspect or replace brake pads

105 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.4a)Identify the reasons for carrying out regular or special vehicle inspections and adjustments Reasons for carrying out regular Automobile Maintenance check or flush brake fluid check or flush transmission fluid check or flush power steering fluid check and flush engine coolant inspect or replace spark plugs inspect or replace air filter inspect or replace timing belt and other belts lubricate locks, latches, hinges check all lights tighten chassis nuts and bolts check if rubber boots are cracked and need replacement test electronics, e.g., Anti-lock braking system or ABS read fault codes from the Engine control unit

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113 Unit2 Chassis System 1 (2.5a) Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle

114 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle

115 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle PDI( Pre Delivery Inspection) A pre-delivery service is performed on a new vehicle before it is delivered to the customer. It is performed to check that the vehicle is in correct working order and is operating as the manufacturer intended. It is also the time to check that the required options are installed and dealer fitted accessories are in order.

116 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle First Service A first service is usually performed at around 1000 miles (m) or 1500 kilometers (km). The function is to check the general condition of the vehicle, change the engine oil and make any minor adjustments. The owner may also require some early warranty repairs.

117 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Distance Based Service (Miles/ Kilometer): Distance based services are used to maintain the vehicle at its optimum condition after a set amount of use. The distance between the services varies and can range from 3000 m or 5000 km upward depending on the manufacturer. Minor services are performed at shorter intervals, and major services performed at longer intervals. A major service includes the items performed at a minor service, but also includes other service items that need to be performed less frequently. At service, lubricants can be changed, items such as spark plugs and filters replaced and adjustments and checks performed on components that wear out, such as brake pads and tires.

118 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Time Based (Months): Time based services protect a vehicle from deterioration over time rather than from the usage, which is measured by the distance travelled. These are performed when a vehicle is less used very much and travels only a small distance over a period of time. Minor services are performed at 6-month intervals. Major services are performed every 12 months. Lubricants and fluids have a service life and should be changed even if the vehicle has covered only a few miles or kilometers since the last service. Time based services are also performed on a seasonal basis, to prepare the vehicle for the onset of summer or winter.

119 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Computer Controlled ( On- Board Vehicle Computer) A trip computer is an onboard computer device fitted to cars which can generally record distance travelled, average speed, average fuel consumption, and display real time fuel consumption information. This computer can be found in various vehicles Sometimes the trip computer display will be incorporated into the gauge cluster, into the dashboard or navigation system screen, or in an overhead console. Some vehicles will convey maintenance information to the driver to inform them of scheduled maintenance

120 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Computer Controlled ( On- Board Vehicle Computer)

121 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Safety Checks Fluid Levels: oil, wipers, coolant, power steering, brake and transmission; Brakes: for firmness; Tire Pressure: and treads - keep an eye out for uneven wear; Light Bulbs: in the trunk, under the hood and in the glove compartment; All Lights: front, high and low beam, brake lights, directional and interior lights; Belts, hoses and wires for wear, loosening or dislocation; Horn; Spare tire and access to it. Contents of First Aid and Car Safety Kit: update and replenish as necessary.

122 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Warranty In business and legal transactions, a warranty is an assurance by one party to the other party that specific facts or conditions are true or will happen; the other party is permitted to rely on that assurance and seek some type of remedy if it is not true or followed.

123 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Quiz

124 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.5a)Identify the types of scheduled servicing carried out on road vehicle Quiz

125 Unit2 Chassis System 1 (2.6a) Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer

126 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.6a)Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer

127 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.6a)Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer Oil Level Engine Checking your car's oil level is the single most important thing you can do to extend the life of your car's engine. Oil is the life blood of your car. The dipstick is a long rod that goes deep into your engine to check the oil level

128 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.6a)Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer Oil Level Engine

129 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.6a)Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer Oil Level Transmission

130 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.6a)Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer Hydraulic Fluid Level Brake Fluid Level

131 Unit2 Chassis System 1 2.6a)Identify routine vehicle checks and basic scheduled servicing as recommended by vehicle manufacturer Hydraulic Fluid Level Power Steering Fluid Level


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