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Auto Body Repair Basics [electronic resource]

Welcome to the auto body repair shop! This video introduces basic repair concepts, safety procedures, and NADA service ethics. A wide range of tools is presented, and the metalworking and refinishing areas of a typical shop are shown. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Auto Construction [electronic resource]

It's easier to understand how to repair and rebuild cars after you've seen them being put together. This video travels to an automobile factory to take a look at front end assemblies, suspensions, major panels and components, and eight different types of frames. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Welding [electronic resource]

This video puts safety first as it explains how to use a MIG (GMAW) welder. Weld types, welder setup, destructive tests, and general welding techniques are covered. The causes of contact burnback, incomplete fusion, and other problems are identified. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Dings and Scratches [electronic resource]

Most auto body repairs fall under the category of minor damage: dents and dings too big to fill, but too small to need a new panel. This video shows how to assess sheet metal damage, plan and perform repairs, and refinish surfaces. A slide hammer dent puller, weld-on pulling tool, body hammer and dolly, and other tools of the trade are demonstrated. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Replacing and Adjusting Panels [electronic resource]

This video describes how to inspect, remove, replace, and then align to manufacturer specs an assortment of non-structural body panels. Related hardware and assemblies are also covered. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Body Alignment [electronic resource]

A skilled auto technician has to be a good detective, too. This video explains how to use tire clues and other evidence to identify and then fix misalignments of unitized and conventional frames, including diamond, twist, sag, and sway damage. Adjustments to steering systems and tires/wheels are also addressed. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Structural Analysis and Damage Repair [electronic resource]

Repair, replace, or total? This video gives an overview of how to analyze the extent of major automobile damage. Repair techniques for those vehicles worth restoring are described. Air chisels, spot weld cutters, drills, and saws are demonstrated. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Plastics and Adhesives [electronic resource]

Working with plastics and adhesives is tricky-and can be dangerous, too. This video DVD shows how to safely prepare, fix, and refinish holes in fiberglass and plastics with thermoplastic and thermoset plastic. Repairing plastic parts with urethane and epoxy adhesives is also illustrated. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Electrical Repairs [electronic resource]

This video looks at common automotive electrical problems. It covers how to use a DVOM to check continuity, voltage, resistance, and amperage; inspect, test, and replace fusible links, circuit breakers, and fuses; and work on batteries and alternators. Don't get a shock-develop a well-grounded knowledge of electricity. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2006; 2005
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Braking System Repair [electronic resource]

Hit the brakes! This video describes how to bleed, flush, and pressure-test a brake hydraulic system; remove and reinstall a caliper assembly; and check parking brake system operation. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2006; 2005
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Surface Preparation and Refinishing [electronic resource]

A glimmering coat of paint is the finishing touch to an auto body repair job. This video takes viewers through the entire process of preparing, sanding, priming, sealing, topcoating, clearcoating, quality-checking, and final detailing. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2006; 2005
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Miscellaneous Repairs [electronic resource]

Details, details! This video demonstrates how to carry out minor repairs to the vehicle body and systems, including lights, wipers, windows, seatbelts and shoulder harnesses, air bags, and interior door and door glass components and hardware. Correlates to the standards for the Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Training Certification Program, from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
Online
2005
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Vehicle Maintenance and Fluid Service [electronic resource]

This program presents crucial information for anyone owning or operating an automobile. It covers all the basic inspections and service operations needed to keep a car running safely and dependably and is ideal for service station attendants, driver education courses, and first-year classes in general auto mechanics.
Online
2005; 2000
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Auto Shop Safety [electronic resource]

Reinforcing concepts with helpful animation, this video provides crucial knowledge about accidents that can occur in automotive repair shops. The best ways to prevent them, and the smartest and safest steps to take when they happen, are explained. The video covers all major shop areas, including the stall, grease rack, front end rack, tool room, and classroom. Running engines, open fuel lines, welding tools, moving cars, cars on lifts or jacks, and other shop hazards are illustrated, with detailed information on avoiding fires, explosions, asphyxiation, chemical burns, electric shock, and impact injuries. Hybrid vehicle technology is also explored. Correlates to all National CTE Organizational Standards
Online
2005; 2008
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Automotive Measurement [electronic resource]

Examines how to use the precision measuring tools essential to auto mechanics. Demonstrates the use of micrometers, dial indicators, feeler gauges, plastigauges, dial bore gauges, straight edges and other tools essential to the trade, while showing actual auto part measurements.
Online
2005; 1992
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Basic Car Care [electronic resource]

This is an excellent program for anyone owning and operating a motor vehicle, in particular beginning auto mechanics courses and driver's education classes. It brings a basic owner's manual "to life" and summarizes the tasks that can and should be done without the use of specialized tools. The program covers checking and adding fluids, inspecting for obvious problems with belts and hoses, changing a flat tire, using jumper cables on a dead battery, paint touch-up and care, body lubrication, lightbulb replacement, and much more. A short segment on careers in the auto care business is included. Correlates to all applicable National and State Educational Standards including the NCLB Act.
Online
2005; 2008
17.

Heating and Air Conditioning Diagnosis [electronic resource]

This program covers basic inspection, checking control head and air door action, feeling and measuring line temperatures, listening for normal and abnormal sounds, as well as other techniques for finding trouble. Compares R-134a refrigerant systems with the older R-12 systems. Viewers also learn how to use a manifold gauge set to complete a performance test to diagnose system operation.
Online
2005; 1999
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Heating and Air Conditioning Operation [electronic resource]

This program covers physical principles, the basic refrigeration cycle, and the function of major parts, and compares the two major system classifications, expansion valve and orifice tube. Includes theoretical and service information on R-134a refrigerant systems.
Online
2005; 1999
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Heating and Air Conditioning Service [electronic resource]

This program complements the information given in the diagnosis and operation videos and includes service methods for heating systems, component replacement, and flushing heater cores.
Online
2005; 1999