Electric and Hybrid Vehicles is written specifically for automotive students and vehicle owners. Clear diagrams, photos and flow charts outline the charging infrastructure, how EV technology works, and how to repair and maintain hybrid and electric vehicles. Ideal for technicians as well as interested drivers.

Automobile Mechanical and Electrical Systems concentrates on core technologies to provide the essential information required to understand how different vehicle systems work. It gives a complete overview of the components and workings of a vehicle from the engine through to the chassis and electronics. It also explains the necessary tools and equipment needed in effective car maintenance and repair, and relevant safety procedures are included throughout.

Automobile Electrical and Electronic Systems become increasingly more complex and fundamental to the workings of modern vehicles, understanding these systems is essential for automotive technicians. This new edition includes information on developments in pass-through technology, multiplexing, and engine control systems.

Advanced Automotive Fault Diagnosis explains the fundamentals of vehicle systems and components and examines diagnostic principles as well as the latest techniques employed in effective vehicle maintenance and repair. Diagnostics, or fault finding, is an essential part of an automotive technician’s work, and as automotive systems become increasingly complex there is a greater need for good diagnostics skills.

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  1. Hi please can you help I have used ur manuals in the past in studies for imi training and found them a great help , I have recently changed jobs from a Vauxhall dealership tech to a bus psv mechanic , I am looking for text books on psv technology ie air brakes suspension etc , hope you can hep .


    1. Hi Mark. Thanks always good to know my stuff was helpful. Not much available for heavy vehicles that I know of. Search Amazon for Nunney as there is an older HV book. Otherwise a lot of it is USA based. Try http://www.theimi.org.uk as there may be some air brake courses your company may send you on.

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