ASE A6 Practice Test
ASE identifies electrical systems as an individual service area. The electrical systems service area involves the components and systems listed below.
- Battery a device that stores and provides electrical power for the vehicle.
- Charging system -Electrical components that create electrical power for the vehicle.
- Starter motor and starter circuit -Components that cranks the engine.
- Lighting system -Group of lights that help the driver to see at night (head lights) and that provide convenience (such as a dome light).
- Gauges and accessories -Group of electrical components that provide the driver with information and convenience (the gas gauge, brake warning light, and radio, for example).
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• General Electric/Electronic
• Instrument Cluster/ Driver Info.
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