|Product Name||Today's Technician: Manual Transmissions And Transaxles Cm|
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|Long Description||One of the best-selling books in the popular Today's Technician series, Delmar's Manual Transmissions and Transaxles theory-based Classroom Manual and companion Shop Manual provide users with a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to clutches, transmissions, transaxles, drive axles, differentials, electrical controls, and today's four-wheel drive systems. Together, these tightly correlated books provide opportunities to gain detailed knowledge of the theory of operation, the various designs used by today's leading automotive manufacturers, procedures for troubleshooting based on symptoms, and in-vehicle and off-vehicle repairs. An easy to understand approach is used effectively to explain complex topics. Case studies, job sheets, and ASE-style review questions are also included at the end of each chapter of the Shop Manual to assist readers in putting must-know theory to work in the shop. Useful appendices, such as a helpful metric conversion chart and updated list of automotive suppliers, are also included.|
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With the latest outage, we struggled to replace damaged equipment and bring the new boxes online as quickly as possible. We now think that we have everything up and running but we will keep monitoring for little things that may have gotten missed.
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