Acknowledged author James D. Halderman wrote Automotive Chassis Systems (7th Edition) (Automotive Systems Books) comprising 752 pages back in 2016. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 0134064453 and 9780134064451. Since then Automotive Chassis Systems (7th Edition) (Automotive Systems Books) textbook received total rating of 4 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $69.70 or rent at the marketplace.
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Automotive Chassis Systems, 7/e covers all of the fundamental and advanced brake, steering and suspension system topics, as well as the practical skills that students must master to be successful in the industry. Written by a service technician and an automotive instructor—not a technical writer—and up to date with all of the latest electrical and electronic brake systems services and systems used since 2005, it combines the content for automotive braking systems plus automotive steering and suspension into one combined book. Revered as the best available text on the subject and formatted to appeal to today's technical trade students, Halderman’s text uses helpful tips and visuals to bring concepts to life and guide students through the procedures they'll use on the job.
To keep your course current, all of the content is correlated to the latest ASE/NATEF designated topic of Automotive Steering and Suspension (A4) and Automotive Brake Systems (A5), and new or updated information is included on brake friction materials, qualifying a brake lathe, regenerative brakes, tire selection, chrome clad wheels, using a pin plate to balance wheels, snap-in and clamp-on TPMS sensors, relearn procedures, and more.