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<ul><li><p> Republic of the Philippines </p><p>Department of Education Public Technical Vocational High Schools </p><p>CCCOOOMMMPPPEEETTTEEENNNCCCYYY---BBBAAASSSEEEDDD CCCUUURRRRRRIIICCCUUULLLUUUMMM </p><p>AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC I </p></li><li><p>TABLE OF CONTENTS </p><p>Course Design 1 Course Structure ..... 2 Performing Shop Maintenance . 9 Performing Mensuration and Calculation 14 Reading, Interpreting and Applying Specifications and Manuals 18 Applying Appropriate Sealant/Adhesive .. 23 Using and Applying Lubricants/Coolants 28 Moving and Positioning Vehicle .. 32 Servicing Automotive Battery .. 36 Testing and Repairing Wiring/ Lighting System ... 41 Servicing Ignition System .. 44 Performing Gas Engine Tune-up . 54 Performing Diesel Engine Tune-up . 63 Performing Under-chassis Preventive Maintenance . 67 Acknowledgement .. 77 </p></li><li><p> COURSE DESIGN </p><p> COURSE TITLE : AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING </p><p> NOMINAL DURATION : 1200 Hours </p><p>QUALIFICATION LEVEL : NC 1 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, </p><p>skills and attitudes of an individual in the field of </p><p>automotive servicing in accordance with industry </p><p>standards. It covers basic, common and core </p><p>competencies such as; gas and diesel tune-up, </p><p>automotive battery service, ignition system, test and </p><p>repair wiring/lighting system, under chassis </p><p>preventive maintenance and shop maintenance. </p><p>ENTRY REQUIREMENTS </p><p> Candidate/trainee must possess the following qualifications: </p><p> Can communicate both orally and in writing </p><p> Physically and mentally fit </p><p> With good moral character </p><p> Must have taken the exploratory course in automotive technology. </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>1 </p><p>COURSE STRUCTURE </p><p> FIRST </p><p> YEAR </p><p>Unit of Competency </p><p> Module Title </p><p> Learning Outcome </p><p>Suggested No. of Hours </p><p> PC Operation 100 </p><p> Metal Works 100 </p><p> Entrepreneurship </p><p> 100 </p><p> Electricity 100 </p><p> SECOND YEAR </p><p>PERFORM </p><p>SHOP MAINTENANCE </p><p>PERFORMING </p><p>SHOP MAINTENANCE </p><p>LO 1. Inspect/clean </p><p>tools and work area LO 2. Store/arrange </p><p>tools and shop equipment </p><p>LO 3. Dispose waste/used lubricant </p><p> LO 4. Report damaged tools/equipment </p><p>15 </p><p>10 </p><p> 10 </p><p> 15 </p><p>PERFORM MENSURATION </p><p>AND CALCULATION </p><p>PERFORMING MENSURATIO</p><p>N AND CALCULATION </p><p>LO 1. Select measuring instrument </p><p> LO 2. Carry out measurement and </p><p>calculation </p><p>LO 3. Maintain measuring instrument </p><p>30 </p><p> 40 </p><p> 30 </p><p>READ, INTERPRET AND APPLY </p><p>SPECIFICATION AND MANUAL </p><p>READING, INTERPRETING AND </p><p>APPLYING OF SPECIFICATION AND </p><p>MANUAL </p><p>LO 1. Identify and assess manual specification </p><p>LO 2. Interpret manuals LO 3. Apply information </p><p>in manual </p><p>LO 4. Store manuals </p><p>10 </p><p>10 </p><p>20 </p><p>10 </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>2 </p><p>APPLY </p><p>APPROPRIATE SEALANT/ADHESIVE </p><p>APPLICATION </p><p>OF APPROPRIATE SEALANT/ADH</p><p>ESIVE </p><p>LO 1. Identify </p><p>appropriate sealant/adhesive </p><p>LO 2. Prepare surface for sealant/adhesive </p><p>LO 3. Apply sealant/adhesive evenly </p><p> LO 4. Store/dispose of sealant/adhesive </p><p>10 </p><p>10 </p><p> 20 </p><p> 10 </p><p>USE AND APPLICATION OF </p><p>LUBRICANTS/ COOLANT </p><p>USING AND APPLYING LUBRICANTS/ </p><p>COOLANT </p><p>Lo 1. Identify types of lubricants/ coolants </p><p>LO 2. Use and apply lubricants/ coolants </p><p> LO 3. Perform housekeeping activities </p><p>10 </p><p> 30 </p><p> 10 </p><p>MOVEMENT AND POSITION </p><p>OF VEHICLE </p><p>MOVING AND POSITIONING </p><p>OF VEHICLE </p><p>LO 1. Prepare vehicle for driving </p><p> LO 2. Move and position vehicle </p><p>50 </p><p> 50 </p><p> THIRD YEAR </p><p>SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE </p><p>BATTERY </p><p>SERVICING AUTOMOTIVE </p><p>BATTERY </p><p>LO 1. Test automotive battery </p><p> LO 2. Remove and replace batteries </p><p> LO 3. Service and charge </p><p>battery LO 4. Jump start vehicle </p><p>30 </p><p> 10 </p><p> 40 </p><p> 20 </p><p> TEST AND </p><p>REPAIR WIRING/LIGHTING SYSTEM </p><p> TESTING AND </p><p>REPAIRING OF WIRING/LIGHTING SYSTEM </p><p> LO 1. Test electrical </p><p>systems LO 2. Repair electrical </p><p>systems </p><p>LO 3. Test / repair starting system </p><p> 15 </p><p> 15 </p><p>20 </p><p>SERVICE </p><p>IGNITION SYSTEM </p><p>SERVICING </p><p>IGNITION SYSTEM </p><p>LO 1. Check ignition </p><p>system </p><p>16 </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>3 </p><p>LO 2. Perform spark test </p><p> LO 3. Check ignition coil resistance </p><p> LO 4. Check ballast resistor </p><p> LO 5. Adjust contact </p><p>point clearance LO 6. Perform ignition </p><p>wiring installation </p><p>LO 7. Adjust ignition timing </p><p>LO 8. Repair non-electronic ignition system </p><p>6 </p><p> 6 </p><p> 5 </p><p> 17 </p><p> 20 </p><p> 10 </p><p> 20 </p><p> FOURTH YEAR </p><p>PERFORM GAS </p><p>ENGINE TUNE-UP </p><p>PERFORMING </p><p>GAS ENGINE TUNE-UP </p><p>Lo 1. Check/adjust valve </p><p>clearance LO 2. Inspect/test spark </p><p>plug </p><p>LO 3. Check/replace fuel filter and air cleaner </p><p>LO 4. Inspect/ replace contact points/condenser </p><p> LO 5. Adjust engine idle </p><p>speed and mixture LO 6. Test/adjust dwell </p><p>angle and ignition setting </p><p> LO 7. Check advance mechanism and adjust </p><p>ignition timing LO 8. Conduct </p><p>compression test </p><p>25 </p><p> 5 </p><p>5 </p><p>10 </p><p> 5 </p><p> 10 </p><p> 20 </p><p> 20 </p><p>PERFORM DIESEL </p><p>PERFORMING DIESEL </p><p>Lo 1. Install injection pump following the </p><p>60 </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>4 </p><p>ENGINE TUNE-</p><p>UP </p><p>ENGINE TUNE-</p><p>UP </p><p>correct timing </p><p> LO 2. Bleeding injection fuel pump </p><p> LO 3. Conduct compression testing </p><p> 20 </p><p> 20 </p><p>PERFORM UNDERCHASSI</p><p>S PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE </p><p>PERFORMING UNDERCHASSI</p><p>S PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE </p><p>LO 1. Check fluid and lines </p><p> LO 2. Inspect brake </p><p>system LO 3. Check /change </p><p>manual transmission and differential gear oil </p><p>LO 4. Inspect/replace power steering fluid </p><p>20 </p><p> 50 </p><p> 20 </p><p>10 </p><p>PERFORM UNDERCHASSI</p><p>S PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE </p><p>PERFORMING UNDERCHASSI</p><p>S PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE </p><p>LO 5. Check/refill automatic transmission </p><p>fluid LO 6. Inspect/bleed air </p><p>tank LO 7. Check tires and </p><p>tire pressure </p><p>LO 8. Check under-chassis body parts bolts and nuts </p><p>15 </p><p> 15 </p><p> 20 </p><p>50 </p><p>ASSESSMENT METHOD: </p><p> Observation </p><p> Demonstration and interview </p><p> Written test </p><p> Third party report </p><p> Portfolio </p><p> COURSE DELIVERY </p><p> Modular </p><p> Demonstration </p><p> Lecture </p><p> Discussion </p><p> Dual Training </p><p> Self-paced instruction </p><p>EQUIPMENT </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>5 </p><p> Engine-Mock-up (Diesel) </p><p> Engine-Mock-up (Gas) </p><p> Hydraulic Jack </p><p> Grinding Machine </p><p> Timing Light </p><p> Hydraulic Press </p><p> Multi-tester </p><p> Under-chassis Unit Mock-up </p><p> Air Compressor </p><p> Electrical Mock-up </p><p> Running Vehicle </p><p> Oil Station </p><p> Portable Crane </p><p> Welding Machine </p><p> Solvent Tank Washer </p><p> Hydraulic Lifter </p><p> Bench Vise </p><p> Dwell Meter </p><p> Compression Tester (Diesel) </p><p> Compression Tester (Gas) </p><p> Wheel Alignment Computer </p><p> Wheel Balancer Computer </p><p> Mock-up Electrical System </p><p> Clutch </p><p> Transmission </p><p> Drive Line </p><p> Differential and Axle </p><p> Spring and Suspension System </p><p> Oxy Acetylene </p><p> Steering System (Manual) </p><p> Steering System (Power) </p><p> Brake System </p><p> Piston Ring Compressor (light duty) </p><p> Hydraulic Transmission Jack </p><p> Valve Spring Compressor </p><p> TOOLS </p><p> Box Wrench of 28 pcs. 4mm 32mm </p><p> Open-End Wrench of 28 pcs. 4mm-32mm </p><p> Set of Socket Wrench </p><p> Set of Screw Drivers </p><p> Wire Strippers </p><p> Set of Mechanics Hammer </p><p> Apron </p><p> Impact Wrench </p><p> Soldering Gun/Iron </p><p> Carburetor Tool Set </p><p> Oil Pressure Tester </p><p> Injection Nozzle </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>6 </p><p> Torque wrench </p><p> Cell tester </p><p> Hydrometer </p><p> Dial Gauge </p><p> Bore Gauge </p><p> Caliper Set </p><p> Vise Grip </p><p> Filter Wrench </p><p> Adjustable Wrench </p><p> Set of Files </p><p> Outside Micrometer (0-100mm) </p><p> Outside Micrometer (0-50 eng. Sys) </p><p> Push-Pull Rule </p><p> Outside Snap Ring </p><p> Inside Snap Ring </p><p> Hack Saw </p><p> Set of Punches </p><p> Set of Flaring tools </p><p> Feeler Gauge </p><p> Allen Wrench </p><p> Voltmeter </p><p> Multi-Tester </p><p> Steel Rule </p><p> Set of Chisels </p><p> Magnetic Stand </p><p> Helmet </p><p> Welding Shield </p><p> Hack Saw Blade # 12 </p><p> Set of Twist Drill Bit </p><p> Oil Seal Remover (light duty) </p><p> Tri-square# 12 </p><p> Set of Puller (light duty) </p><p> Tire Wrench (light duty) </p><p> Tire Pressure Gauge </p><p> Vernier Caliper </p><p> Glove </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>7 </p><p>MATERIALS </p><p> Engine Oil </p><p> Grease </p><p> Sealant/Adhesive </p><p> Gear Oil </p><p> Automatic Transmission fluid </p><p> Test Lamp </p><p> Goggle </p><p> Rags </p><p> Sandpaper </p><p> Gasoline/Diesel </p><p> Grinding Compound </p><p> Gaskets </p><p> Plasti gauge </p><p> ATP </p><p> Teflon Tape </p><p> Mechanical Blue </p><p>. </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>8 </p><p>UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM SHOP MAINTENANCE </p><p>MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING SHOP MAINTENANCE </p><p>NOMINAL DURATION : 50 hours </p><p>MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module covers the knowledge, skills and </p><p>attitudes required in inspecting and cleaning of work </p><p>area including tools and equipment and disposal of </p><p>used materials are also incorporated in this </p><p>competency. </p><p> SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: </p><p> Upon completion of this module the students will be able to: </p><p>LO 1. Inspect/clean tools and work area </p><p>LO 2. Store/arrange tools and shop equipment LO 3. Dispose waste/used lubricant </p><p> LO 4. Report damaged tools/equipment </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>9 </p><p>LO 1. Inspect/clean tools and the work area </p><p> ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: </p><p> 1. Cleaning solvent is properly used per workshops/tools and cleaning </p><p>equipment requirements. </p><p>2. Work area is checked and cleaned as per workshop Standard Operating Procedure SOP. </p><p>3. Wet surface/spots/stains in work area is wiped and removed in accordance </p><p>with required performance standards. </p><p> CONTENT: </p><p>1. Methods and techniques in cleaning tools and work area. 2. Kinds, uses and properties of cleaning solvents. </p><p>3. 5-S (Sort, Systematize, Sweep, Sanitize, Self-discipline) </p><p>CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: </p><p> Automotive Tools </p><p> Cleaning materials </p><p> Personal Protective Equipment </p><p> Learning Materials </p><p> Maintenance Procedure Manual </p><p> Maintenance Schedule Form </p><p> METHODOLOGIES </p><p> Discussion </p><p> Demonstration </p><p> ASSESSMENT METHODS </p><p> Observation </p><p> Practical demonstration </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>10 </p><p>LO 2. Store/arrange tools and shop equipment </p><p>ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: </p><p>1. Tools/equipment are checked and stored in their respective shelves/location. </p><p>2. Tools and equipment are properly labeled. </p><p>3. Tools are safely secured and properly recorded. CONTENT: </p><p> 1. Proper handling of tools and equipment </p><p>2. Procedures in storing/arranging tools and equipment 3. Safety measures in storing/arranging tools and equipment </p><p>CONDITIONS: </p><p> The following resources are needed: </p><p>Tools </p><p> Relevant tools &amp; instruments </p><p> Materials </p><p> Cleaning materials </p><p>Learning Materials </p><p> Maintenance Procedure Manual </p><p> Maintenance Schedule </p><p> METHODOLOGIES: </p><p> Discussion </p><p> Demonstration </p><p>ASSESSMENT: </p><p> Observation </p><p> Practical demonstration </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>11 </p><p>LO 3. Dispose waste/used lubricant </p><p>ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: </p><p>1. Containers for used lubricants are properly labeled. 2. Waste/used lubricants are disposed as per workshop Standard Operating </p><p>Procedure (SOP). </p><p> CONTENT: </p><p>1. Proper disposal of used lubricants 2. Safety measures in disposing used lubricants </p><p> CONDITIONS: </p><p> The following resources are needed: </p><p> Garbage container </p><p> Used lubricants </p><p> Learning Materials: </p><p> Module </p><p> Manuscript </p><p>METHODOLOGIES </p><p> Discussion </p><p> Demonstration </p><p> ASSESSMENT METHODS </p><p> Observation </p><p> Practical demonstration </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>12 </p><p>LO 4. Report damaged tools/equipment </p><p> ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: </p><p> 1. Complete inventory of tools/equipment is maintained. 2. Damaged tools/equipment are identified and repair recommendation is </p><p>given. 3. Reports are prepared without error nor discrepancy. </p><p>CONTENT: </p><p> Inventory of functional and non-functional tools/equipment </p><p> Inventory report </p><p> Borrowers receipt </p><p>CONDITIONS: </p><p> The following resources are needed: </p><p>Receipt </p><p>Cleaning materials </p><p>Equipment </p><p> Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) </p><p> Learning material </p><p> Module </p><p> METHODOLOGIES </p><p> Discussion </p><p> Demonstration </p><p>ASSESSMENT METHODS </p><p> Observation </p><p> Interview/oral questioning </p><p> Practical demonstration </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>13 </p><p>UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATION </p><p>MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING MENSURATION AND CALCULATION </p><p>NOMINAL DURATION : 100 hours MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module covers the knowledge, skills and </p><p>attitudes in identifying, caring, handling, and using </p><p>of measuring instruments. </p><p> SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: </p><p> Upon completion of this module the students/trainees will be able to: </p><p> LO 1. Select measuring instrument </p><p>LO 2. Carry out measurement and calculation work LO 3. Maintain measuring instruments </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>14 </p><p> LO 1. Select Measuring Instrument </p><p>ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: </p><p>1. Object or component to be measured is identified. 2. Correct specifications from relevant source are obtained. 3. Appropriate measuring instrument is selected according to job </p><p>requirements. CONTENT: </p><p> 1. Importance of measuring instruments </p><p>2. Classification of measuring instruments CONDITIONS: </p><p> The following resources are needed: </p><p> Components to be measured </p><p> Personal protective equipment (PPE) </p><p> Measuring instruments </p><p> Manufacturers specification manual </p><p> Safety precautions in using measuring instrument </p><p> Simulated work area </p><p> METHODOLOGIES </p><p> Lecture/discussion </p><p> Demonstration </p><p> ASSESSMENT METHODS </p><p> Observation </p><p> Oral questioning </p><p> Written test </p><p> Practical Demonstration </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>15 </p><p>LO 2. Carry out measurement and calculation </p><p>ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Measuring tools are selected in line with job requirements. 2. Accurate measurements are obtained in accordance with the job </p><p>requirements. 3. Calculation needed to complete work facts are performed using the four </p><p>fundamental operations of addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), </p><p>and division (/). 4. Calculations involving fraction, percentage and mixed numbers are used to </p><p>complete work place tasks. 5. Numerical computation is self-checked and corrected for accuracy. 6. Instruments are read to the limit of accuracy of the tools. </p><p> CONTENT: </p><p>1. Selecting measuring tools 2. Procedure in making measurement 3. Making calculations by using four fundamental operations </p><p>4. Interpreting calculations involving fraction and percentage CONDITIONS: </p><p> The following resources are needed: </p><p> Tools </p><p> Measuring tools </p><p> Materials </p><p> Ball pen/pencil </p><p> Bond paper </p><p> Equipment </p><p> Vehicle </p><p>Learning material </p><p> Module </p><p> Service manual </p><p> Related references </p><p> METHODOLOGIES </p><p> Lecture/discussion </p><p> Demonstration </p><p> ASSESSMENT METHOD </p><p> Practical demonstration </p></li><li><p> Competency-Based Curriculum for Public Tech-Voc High Schools </p><p>16 </p><p>LO 3. Maintain Measuring Instrument </p><p>ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: </p><p>1. Measuring instruments are kept free from corrosion. 2. Extra care is undertaken to avoid damage to measuring instruments. 3. Measuring instruments are cleaned before and after using them. </p><p> CONTENT: </p><p>1. Safe handling procedure 2. Maintenance procedure </p><p> CONDITONS: </p><p>The following resources are nee...</p></li></ul>