Course Description

Are you looking for an easy, yet in-depth way to prepare for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exams? Prepare for the Automotive Service Excellence T6 Electrical and Electronic Systems exam featuring all of the necessary components. A detailed, three- tiered preparatory methodology (Practice, Standard and Timed testing modes) is designed to increase confidence not only in answering task-list based questions correctly, but also in gaining test-taking assurance when performing in a simulated, timed exam environment. The Practice mode, the suggested starting preparatory test mode, provides detailed, question level remediation with each question response. This includes answer explanations, links to the relevant task list area(s) being assessed, digitized videos, animations and full-color, engaging graphics designed to increase learning efficiency. The Standard mode removes the remediation element, and begins to transition you to ensure comfort in a simulated online test taking environment. The Timed mode simulates most closely the actual ASE exam, where each preparation exam is timed and results achieved are viewed only at the completion of the entire set of questions for each test area.

Course Outline

  1. General Electrical / Electronic System Diagnosis 
  2. Battery and Starting System Diagnosis and Repair
  3. Charging System Diagnosis and Repair
  4. Lighting Systems Diagnosis and Repair
  5. Related Vehicle Systems Diagnosis and Repair

Learner Outcomes

  • Increase your confidence and be better prepared to take the Automotive Service Excellence T6 Electrical and Electronic Systems exam



  • Self-paced, online course
  • 12 months to complete
  • Open enrollment, begin anytime
  • 7 course hours


There are no prerequisites to take this course.
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Section Title
ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T6 Electrical and Electronic Systems
Section Schedule
On Demand
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
PCE-TRAD105 non-credit $30.00
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