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COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL

References/Further Reading
Performance Criteria
Checklist
Operation/Task/Job Sheet
Self Check Answer Key
Self Check
Information Sheet
Learning Experiences
Learning Outcome
Module
Module Content
Summary Content
Module
List ofContent
Competencies

Module Content

Module Content
Front Page In our efforts to standardize
CBLM, the above parts are
recommended for use in
Competency Based Training (CBT)
in Technical Education and Skills
Development Authority (TESDA)
Technology Institutions. The next
sections will show you the
components and features of each
part.

COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIALS

List of Competencies

N Unit of Module Title


Code
o. Competency

Carry Out Carrying out ALT


1
Minor Vehicle Minor Vehicle 724833
.
Maintenance And Maintenance and
Servicing Servicing
ALT
2 Drive light Driving light
832302
. vehicles vehicles
Obey and
Observe Traffic Rules Obeying and ALT
3
and observing Traffic Rules 832303
.
Regulations and Regulations

Implement and Implementing


ALT
4coordinate accident- and Coordinating
832304
. emergency accident emergency
procedures procedures
MODULE CONTENT

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : Carry Out Minor Vehicle Maintenance


And

Servicing

MODULE TITLE : Carry Out Minor Vehicle Maintenance And

Servicing

MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This module covers the basic knowledge, skills, attitudes required


to safely and efficiently assist in cleaning the light vehicles and
maintain and service the vehicle system.

NOMINAL DURATION:

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of this module you MUST be able to:


1. Clean the vehicle unit using appropriate cleaning supplies
2. Maintain and service vehicle system.

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
Diagnosed basic vehicles faults and undertake adjustment/ repairs.

Carried out routine servicing and maintenance of vehicle system.

Identified complex servicing and maintenance problems.

Demonstrated safety, environmental and hazard control

Communicated effectively with others in carrying out the vehicle maintenance.


LEARNING OUTCOME NO. 1

CLEAN VEHICLE UNIT

Contents:
Parts and function of light vehicle
Cleaning materials
Relevant OHS and proper disposal of wastes
Care and use of cleaning tools and equipment

Assessment Criteria
1. Vehicle is cleaned as per prescribed procedures using appropriate cleaning

supplies, tools/ equipment and according to occupational health and safety (OHS).

2. Wastes are disposed of as per relevant ordinance, rules or law.


Conditions
Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Light Vehicle Unit


air compressor
vacuum pump
steam cleaner
polisher
hose
Cleaning materials
Soap
Car shampoo
Clean water
Absorbent cloth
Pail

8. Learning modules

Assessment Method:
Demonstration
Observation
Written test

LEARNING EXPERIENCES

Learning Outcomes

Learning Activities Special Instructions


Read Information Sheet No. 1.1-1
on
Parts and function of light vehicle

Answer Self-Check no.1.1-1 on


Parts and function of light vehicle

Perform Task Sheet. No.1.1-1 on


Parts and function of light vehicle Compare answer using
the answer sheet
Evaluate your own work
Read Information Sheet No.1.1.2 using the performance criteria
Cleaning materials Keep a copy of your
work for the next activities
Answer Self-Check no.1.1-2 on
Cleaning materials

Perform Task Sheet. No.1.1-2 on


Cleaning materials

Read Information Sheet No. 1.1-3


on
Proper wastes disposal relevant to
OHS

Answer Self-Check no.1.1-1 on


Proper wastes disposal relevant to
OHS

Perform Task Sheet. No.1.1-1 on


Proper wastes disposal relevant to
OHS

Read Information Sheet No. 1.1-4


on
Care and use of cleaning tools and
equipment

Answer Self-Check no.1.1-4 on


Care and use of cleaning tools and
equipment

Perform Task Sheet. No.1.1-4 on


Care and use of cleaning tools and
equipment
Information Sheet 1.1.1

PARTS AND FUNCTION OF LIGHT VEHICLE

Learning Objectives:

After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:


Identify different parts of the light vehicle
Know the functions of the different parts of the light vehicle

Identifying Parts And Function Of Light Vehicle

The vehicle unit must be cleaned based on the prescribed


procedures set using the appropriate cleaning supplies , cleaning tools
and equipment,. Routine check on vehicle components like battery, tire,
air pressure, water level , light, horns mirrors and break fluids. It is
also needed to do minor routine repair that includes lights, fan belts,
fuse, side mirror, coolant hose and break pads. The used of personal
protective equipment and proper disposal of wastes must also be
observed.

Procedure
In order for the light vehicle unit to be cleaned as per prescribed
using appropriate cleaning materials, tools and equipment the following
must be done:
Know the body and main parts of the vehicle and its
function.
Body components including windows and trim
Identify Electrical and electronic parts
Charging system, electrical supple and charging system
Identify Interior parts and its uses .
-Floor components and parts and car seats
Know the functions of Powertrain and chassis
Brake system,engine components and parts, engine cooling
and oil system, transmission
Know Miscellaneous parts
Air conditioning system

PARTS OF THE VEHICLE


Body and main parts

1. Vehicle door - is a partition, typically hinged, but sometimes


attached by other mechanisms such as tracks, in front of an opening
which is used for entering and exiting a vehicle.
- A vehicle door can be opened to provide access to the opening,
or closed to secure it.
2. Power windows or electric windows as well as electric or
power window are automobile windows which can be raised and lowered
by depressing a button or switch, as opposed to using a hand-
turned crank handle.
Electrical and electronics

a. Electrical System- is powered by a rechargeable battery that


draws its power from the engine itself, which acts as a generator.

b. battery - is used to start the car, providing the initial motion of


the engine and powering items such as the fuel pump and starter.

A car's battery is also used to power the headlights, radio,


dashboard gauges, turn signals and an array of safety sensors.
.
All of these electrical items are wired to the battery with a series
of fuses ensuring that the electrical system can continue to function
even if one part fails.

Interior Parts
a. The steering wheel sits in front of the driver as his means of
controlling the movement of the car.
b. Airbags and seatbelts provide safety in the interior of the car.
C,. Seating is often a deciding factor in a customer's car choice
d. The interior of the car also features electronic gadgets
Powertrain and chassis

a. Car Chassis - is a frame on which the car is built


wheels suspension cab and body are all attached to the chassis some
vehicles have what is called a sub frame or sub chassis.
b. Powertrain of a modern automobile, comprising the wheels,
suspension, drive shaft, exhaust system, engine and transmission.
Information Sheet 1.1.2

CLEANING MATERIALS

Learning Objectives:

After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:


Identify different cleaning materials needed in cleaning the
vehicle
Know the uses of each of the cleaning materials.
Know how to apply based on the prescribed procedures.

Cleaning Materials

In cleaning the vehicle unit an appropriate cleaning materials and


procedures must be observed.

Procedure

Know the different kinds of cleaning materials and its practical


use. The car cleaners like the All purpose car cleaners, Car wash, car
wax, protectants, special automotive cleaner, tire cleaners
Identify Parts of vehicle unit that must be cleaned using the Car
cleaners.
Know basic procedure washing the vehicle using hands and other
mechanical cleaning tools and equipment.
Kinds of cleaning materials

Proper wash starts with proper was car wash products. Your
choice of wash mitt, car wash shampoo and microfiber drying towels is
very important
A good car wash shampoo provides lubrication to prevent
scratching and conditioners to enhance as well as maintain the shine.

Car Cleaning Products

Car Vacuum Cleaner


Information Sheet 1.1.3

PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL RELEVANT TO OCCUPATIONAL


HEALTH SERVICE

Learning Objectives:

After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:


1. Dispose wastes properly relevant to Occupational Health
Service .

Disposing waste properly relevant to Occupational Health Service .

After identifying the different parts and functions of the light


vehicle and also the materials needed for cleaning the vehicle. The next
thing to do is to dispose waste properly as per relevant to ordinance and
laws.

Procedure
In disposing wastes from the vehicle that has been cleaned using
the different cleaning materials, it has to follow the relevant
Occupational health and safety procedures.

1. Identify the chemical waste and its methods


2. Label of chemical waste
3. Classify chemical waste

1. Types of chemical waste


a. Chemical waste is treated according to its physical and
chemical properties therefore segregation of waste products is crucial.
The mixing of incompatible materials in waste streams can result in
unwanted reactions, such as the production of toxic gases or explosions.

b. Treating waste at source


In some instances chemical waste may be treated in-house, but
only if the material(s) convert to a non-hazardous product.
Waste classification
Some frequently generated waste streams are listed below. All of
these types of wastes can be disposed of via Chemsal. For further advice
on classifying waste, contact your safety officer, supervisor or Chemsal
directly on 1800 500 052.
Waste type Description
Non- Waste that has no Dangerous Goods class.
Hazardous (No DG For example, Inorganic salts such as Sodium
Class) Sulphate and Ammonium Chloride.
Includes solvents such as Acetone, Ethanol
and Acetonitrile, mixtures and by-products from
synthetic reactions.
Flammable Sometimes, volatile solvents are mistakenly
Liquids (DG Class thought to be flammable. Refer to the MSDS for
3) verification.
Oxidising
agent (DG Class Includes Nitrates such as Ammonium nitrate
5.1) and Chlorates such as Calcium hypochlorite.
Organic Organic peroxides may be either solid or
Peroxides (DG Class liquid. They are typically thermally unstable and
5.2) likely to react dangerously with other substances.
Information Sheet 1.1.4

CARE AND USE OF CLEANING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

Learning Objectives:

After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:


1. Dispose wastes properly relevant to Occupational Health
Service .

Using and Caring of Cleaning Tools And Equipment

Cleaning tools and equipment plays very vital in the conduct of


cleaning the vehicle unit and that is why a need for proper utilization
and after care procedure must be properly observed.

Procedure
In using the different cleaning tools and equipment, proper
utilization and after care must be done.
1. Identify the car wash and dry tools.
2. Identify air dryer , blower and blades
3. Perform the uses of brushers and dusters, cloths and towels
4. Operate car detailing tools and machine polishing equipment
5. After care of the tools and equipment used in cleaning the
vehicle unit

a. Brush b. Pail

c. Buffing Pads d. Scrapper


e. Vacuum f. Sponge

g. Screws h. rags

i. Buffer
Vacuum Cleaner

 Vacuum cleaner is a device that uses an air pump to create a


partial vacuum to suck up dust and dirt, usually from floors, and
optionally from other surfaces as well.

Brush

 This tough brush has synthetic "split-end" bristles to provide extra


cleaning power and still be gentle on painted surfaces. Perfect for wheels,
lower valances, big rigs, motor homes, and specially those dirty, filthy
wheel wells.

Duster

 A duster is a rod with a cloth at one end and a handle at another. It is


used to clear the interior side of the windshield of grime, dust and
fingerprints. Using a regular cloth is sometimes limited due to angles
and the reach it allows. The dusting tool, however, enables cleaning to
each edge of the window.

Cleaning Cloth

 A microfiber or soft cotton cloth is perfect for washing away grime and
buffing away streaks. It also can be used to dust interior glass or wipe
water off the squeegee for more effective cleaning.

Glass Cleaner

 Glass cleaner is important to properly clean a window. Water will help


clean a window but will not fully remove the proteins from splattered
bugs and oils from fingerprints. You can use one of the many
commercial glass cleaners or reuse a spray bottle and fill it with your
own homemade glass cleaner.

Squeegee

 After spraying the car window with your selected window cleaner, using
the squeegee to remove the liquid will produce a streak-free shine.
Squeegees are made of plastic or metal with a long strip of rubber that is
dragged across the window to squeeze the water off the surface.
PARTS AND FUNCTION OF LIGHT VEHICLE

Self- Check No.1.1-1

Multiple Choice : Read the questions carefully and choose the correct
answer from the choices given. Write your answer in a
separate sheet of paper.

It is a system that most critical safety system and it helps


ensure safe vehicle control and operation.
a. Fuel system c. Fluids
b. Break System d. Engine system
When a vehicle suffers from engine damage , what is the
first reaction of most a vehicle owner?
a. buy new car c. Complain to manufacturer
b. rebuilt engine d. Call emergency line
A System that removes heat from the engine and automatic
transmission and dissipate heat to the air outside.
a. Fuel system c. Cooling system
b. break system d. Wiper system
It works with the rest of the engine system to deliver the
performance with the lowest emission.
a. Fuel system b. Break system
c. engine system d. fluids
The system that keep the excessive water, snow and dirt
from building up to the new windshield and removes them to
maintain clear visibility.
a. Wiper system c. Lights
b. fluids d. Cooling system
CLEANING MATERIALS

Self- Check No.2.1-1

Multiple Choice : Read the questions carefully and choose the correct
answer from the choices given. Write your answer in a
separate sheet of paper.

1. The vehicle cleaning materials are often called car cleaners, which of
the following under this category.
a. All purpose car cleaner c. Car wax
b. Tire Cleaner d. all of the above

2. What vehicle cleaning supplies that is not included in the following:


a. soap c. conditioner
b. shampoo d. All of the above

3. Why it is necessary to clean the vehicle unit?


a. To protect the one who used it.
b. It will be neat to look at.
c. in order to prevent from damages
d. All of the above

4. Example of personal protective equipment


a. gloves
b. vacuum
c. mop and basket
d. vehicle

5. Before you start cleaning the vehicle the first thing to do is


a. Check breaks and fluids
b. Prepare cleaning materials and equipment
c. Wipe it with dry cloth
d. fuel the vehicle
PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL RELEVANT TO OCCUPATIONAL
HEALTH SERVICE

Self- Check No.1.1-3

Multiple Choice : Read the questions carefully and choose the correct
answer from the choices given. Write your answer in a
separate sheet of paper.

It is a waste treated according to its physical and chemical


properties therefore segregation of waste products is crucial.
a. chemical waste c. waste bin
b. oxidizing agent d. flammable agents
The mixing of incompatible materials in waste streams can
result in unwanted reactions, such as the production of toxic
gases or explosions.
a. both c. true
a. false d. any
Where to see following information: name of waste generator and
contact details: department and contact phone number, description of
contents (including estimates of concentration where possible) date of
generation.
a. label of the chemical c. instruction
b. prescription d. all of the above.

In classifying the chemical waste; non hazardous, flammable


liquid and the likes are:
a. Waste type c. waste label
c. Waste method d. none of the above
Every worker has the right to work in a safe and healthy work
environment.
a. True c. Both
b. False d. any

CARE AND USE OF CLEANING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

Self- Check No.1.1-4

Multiple Choice : Read the questions carefully and choose the correct
answer from the choices given. Write your answer in a
separate sheet of paper.
1. It is a device that uses an air pump to create a
partial vacuum to suck up dust and dirt, usually from floors, and
optionally from other surfaces as well.
a. vacuum cleaner c. duster
b. hose d.polisher
2. Lights and wipers are normal wear items that require periodic
replacement –
a. True c. Both
b. false d. any

3. In doing the after care of the equipment used for cleaning the first
thing to do is
a. Put on protective covers like gloves or mask
b. Remove linen covers
c. Pour disinfectant solution to the equipment
d. Wipe it with dry cloth

PARTS AND FUNCTION OF LIGHT VEHICLE

ANSWER KEY NO. 1.1-2

B
A
C
A
A
CLEANING MATERIALS

Answer key no.1.1-2


1. A

2. C

3.D

4.A

5. B
PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL RELEVANT TO OCCUPATIONAL
HEALTH SERVICE

Answer Key No.1.1-3

1. A
2. C
3. A
4. A
5. A
CARE AND USE OF CLEANING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

ANSWER KEY NO. 1.1-4

A
A
D
TASK SHEET No. 1.1-1
Title: Parts and function of light vehicle

Performance Objective:
In simulation, you should be able to know the body and main
parts of the vehicle and its function. It’s Body components including
windows and trim. The electrical and electronic parts which including
charging system, electrical supple and charging system. The Interior
parts and the Floor components and parts and car seats. The
Powertrain and chassis also includes Brake system,engine components
and parts, engine cooling and oil system, transmission and lastly other
Miscellaneous parts like the Air conditioning system

Supplies/Materials :
Manufacturer’s manual

Equipment :

Light vehicle unit


Steps/Procedure:
Identify Parts of vehicle and its functions
Know the body and main parts of the vehicle and its
function.
Body components including windows and trim
Identify Electrical and electronic parts
Charging system, electrical supple and charging system
Identify Interior parts and its uses .
-Floor components and parts and car seats
5. Know the functions of Powertrain and chassis
Brake system,engine components and parts, engine cooling
and oil system, transmission
Know Miscellaneous parts
Air conditioning system
Basic principles of operation of vehicle system parts.

Assessment Method: Demonstration

TASK SHEET No. 1.1-2


Title: Cleaning Vehicle Unit

Performance Objective: In simulation, you should be able to


perform the cleaning of the vehicle unit based on the prescribed
procedures using appropriate cleaning supplies, tools and equipment
and according to occupational health and safety (OHS).
Supplies/Materials :
Cleaning materials
Soap
Car shampoo
Clean water
Absorbent cloth
Pail

Equipment :
Light Vehicle Unit
air compressor
vacuum pump
steam cleaner
polisher
hose

Steps/Procedure:
Know the different kinds of cleaning materials and its
practical use. The car cleaners like the All purpose car cleaners,
Car wash, car wax, protectants, special automotive cleaner, tire
cleaners
Identify Parts of vehicle unit that must be cleaned using the
Car cleaners.
Know basic procedure washing the vehicle using hands and
other mechanical cleaning tools and equipment.

Assessment Method: Demonstration

TASK SHEET No. 1.1-3


Title: Proper Waste Disposal Relevant To Occupational Health
Service
Performance Objective: In simulation, you should be able to
know the Occupational Health and Safety pertaining the waste disposal
of the chemical used in cleaning the vehicle
Supplies/Materials :
Manual on Occupational Health and Safety of Chemical Waste
Disposal
Equipment :

Light Vehicle Unit

Steps/Procedure:
1. Identifying the chemical waste and its methods
2. Labeling of chemical waste
3. Classifying of waste

Assessment Method: Demonstration


TASK SHEET No. 1.1-4
Title: Care And Use Of Cleaning Tools And
Equipment

Performance Objective: In simulation, you should be able to


operate the different cleaning tools and equipment and also must do the
after care .
Supplies/Materials :
Clean water
Absorbent cloth

Equipment :

1. Light Vehicle Unit


air compressor
vacuum pump
steam cleaner
polisher
hose

Steps/Procedure:
1. Identify air dryer , blower and blades
2. Perform the uses of brushers and dusters, cloths and towels
3. Operate car detailing tools and machine polishing equipment
4. After care of the tools and equipment used in cleaning the
vehicle unit

Assessment Method: Demonstration


Performance Criteria Checklist No..1-1

PARTS AND FUNCTION OF LIGHT VEHICLE

CRITERIA Y N
Did you…. ES O
Identified the body and main parts of the
vehicle including windows and trim;
Identified the Electrical and electronic
parts and the Charging system, electrical
supple and charging system

Identified Interior parts and its uses ,


Floor components and parts and car seats
Knew the functions of Powertrain and
chassis including the Brake system,engine
components and parts, engine cooling and oil
system, transmission
Knew Miscellaneous parts like the Air
conditioning system
Conduct the Basic principles of operation
of vehicle system parts

Comments / Suggestions:
_____________________________________

Trainer: MARLOR D. CALIGUIRAN Date:


_____________
Performance Criteria Checklist No.1.1-2

CLEANING MATERIALS

CRITERIA Y N
Did you…. ES O
. Prepared cleaning materials to be used
Know the different kinds of cleaning
materials and its practical use. The car
cleaners like the All purpose car cleaners,
Know Car wash, car wax, protectants,
special automotive cleaner, tire cleaners
Identified parts of vehicle unit that must
be cleaned using the Car cleaners.
Know basic procedure washing the
vehicle using hands and other mechanical
cleaning tools and equipment

Comments / Suggestions:
_____________________________________

Trainer:_ MARLOR D. CALIGUIRAN_______ Date:


_____________
Performance Criteria Checklist No.1.1-3

PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL RELEVANT TO


OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE

CRITERIA Y N
Did you…. ES O
1. Identified the chemical waste and its methods
2. Labeled of chemical waste
3. Classified of chemical waste

Comments / Suggestions:
_____________________________________

Trainer:_ MARLOR D. CALIGUIRAN_______ Date:


_____________

Performance Criteria Checklist No.1.1-4


CRITERIA Y N
Did you…. ES O
1. . Identified the car wash and dry tools.
2. Performed the uses of brushers and dusters,
cloths and towels
3. Identified air dryer , blower and blades
4. Operated car detailing tools and machine
polishing equipment
5. Performed after care of the tools and
equipment used in cleaning the vehicle unit

Comments / Suggestions:
_____________________________________

Trainer:_ MARLOR D. CALIGUIRAN_______ Date:


_____________