Learn techniques for repair of outdoor power equipment drivelines, hydraulics, and hydrostatics. Drivelines refer to the use of belts and manual/gear transmissions and transaxles. Hydraulics are widely used in outdoor power equipment from hydraulic lift systems for attachments on tractors and wood splitters, to high pressure water sprayers. Hydrostatic transaxles, pumps and hydraulic motors are common in both traditional zero turn radius (ZTR) tractors. Gain hands-on practice to diagnose and repair the systems when trouble occurs. Upon successful completion of this course, students are eligible to sit for the Certified Technician - Driveline/Hydraulics credential exam offered by the Equipment & Engine Training Council (EETC). Note: This is one of five courses in the small engine repair program. Courses can be taken in any order.