An auto electrician is an automotive professional who installs, inspects, maintains and
repairs all electrical parts of automotive vehicles. They typically work on cars, trucks,
buses and other vehicles in the transportation industry. Some auto electricians also work
on inspecting and repairing agricultural equipment.Auto electricians may work on systems
and parts like:Air conditioning systems,Alarm systems,Alternators,Anti-lock brakes,
Anti-theft systems,Batters,Circuit boards,Diagnostic lights,Fuel injection systems,
Headlights,Heating systems,Ignition systems,Instruments,Lighting systems,Radios,Starters,
Transmissions.Becoming an auto electrician typically requires earning a minimum of a high
school diploma or GED. Most states also require these professionals to earn an auto
electrical qualification. This may involve pursuing specialized automotive training for
automotive service technicians and mechanics with a particular focus on electronics.
Another option may be earning an associate degree in a field like electronic or electrical
EFI Auto Electrician Course Outline:
Basics of auto electrician.
Usage of workshop tools.
Various electrical components, their location, operation, and function.
Function & operation of battery.
Construction and operation of self-starter.
Construction and operation of charging system.
Construction and operation of ignition system
Different circuits applied in a Car wiring.
The operation of EFI electronics
Air-conditioning system of vehicle
Gasoline vehicle diagnosing through digital scanner