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Learn car repair and be Car Mechanic. You will learn topics of car mechanics.

What you will learn

Understand Car basics

Learn how manual gearboxes works

Electricity Basics

Car Suspension System

Car Chassis Types

Car Electricity

Car Key Programming

Car Tuning

Gearbox Types

Engine Types

How Engine Works

Chip Tuning

And other awesome topics ->>>

Description

The heart of every car is its engine. It produces the power that turns the wheels and electricity for lights and other systems.

Most automobiles are powered by an internal combustion engine. Fuel, usually gasoline or petrol, is burned with air to create gases that expand. A spark plug creates a spark that ignites the gas and makes it burn. This energy moves through cylinders in which pistons slide up and down. They are attached to rods that move a crankshaft. Normal car engines have four to six cylinders but there are also models with eight and sixteen cylinders. The turning movement is passed through the drivetrain to the drive wheels.

The engine and all parts that carry power to the wheels are called the drivetrain. It includes the transmission, drive shaft, differential, the axles and the drive wheels that move the car. While most cars have drive wheels in the front, some have them in the back. Cars that need to drive over all kinds of ground have a four-wheel drive.

The transmission controls the speed and torque. When a car travels at a normal speed on a flat road it does not need so much torque to keep it moving, but when you want to start a car from a hill the engine must produce more power. Gears control speed and power of the engine in different driving conditions.

In cars with manual transmission you have to change gears by pressing down the clutch with your foot and moving a lever. Cars with automatic transmission change gears without control by the driver. Lower gears give the car more torque and speed. When the car moves faster the transmission shifts to higher gears.


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The driveshaft carries the power to the axle which is connected to the wheels. It has several joints which make the axle and wheels moveable as the car drives on uneven and bumpy roads.

The differential is connected to the rear end of the driveshaft. It lets the wheels turn at different speeds because in curves the outer wheels must travel a greater distance than the inner ones.

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Content

Basic Car Parts

Why Become Electrical System Technician
The Role of Electricity in Car
Starter
Car Lightning
Car ECU
Car Battery Charging

Chassis

Car Chassis Fundamentals
Ladder Frame Chassis
Backbone Chassis
Monocoque Chassis
Tubular Chassis

Brakes

How Brakes Works
Drum Brakes
Disc Brakes
Tyres
Tyre Part 2

Suspension

8 Types of Suspension
Steering System
Double wishbone Suspension
Multi Link Suspension
Beam, Rigid and Solid Axle Suspension
MacPherson strut
Independent Suspension
Air Suspension

Engine

Internal Combustion Engine
Names of Engine Parts and Their Functionality
2 Storke Engines
4 Stroke Engines
Spark Plugs
Oil Change and Fluid Check
Turbo

Transmission

How transmission works?
Manual Transmission
Manual Transmission : How Clutch works
CVT Transmission
Automatic Transmission

Electricity Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Electricity
Conductors and Insulators
Current
AC/DC
Amper
Voltage
Watt

Car Wiring and Electronic Components

Electrical Components
Car Battery
Resistors
Relays
Buzzers
Switches
Fuse
Microcontrollers

ECU

Introduction to ECU
Brand Tools
ECU Power Management
What is CAN Bus
CAN Bus Fuzzing
Problems and Solutions
ECU Circuits