AUTC 213 - Steering & Suspension Systems II
(2,3) 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in AUTC 203 Steering & Suspension Systems I .
This course will cover the theory involved in advanced Steering and Suspension Systems including diagnosing alignment, tire wear, and Stability Control System problems. The alignment angles and procedures will prepare students to diagnose tire wear and road tracking issues to complete necessary alignment adjustments to vehicles. Practice is provided in diagnosing and servicing these systems as well as performing the alignment adjustments to correct the tire wear and pull of an automobile.
In the lab, students will perform diagnostic strategies of steering angles and alignments and learn how to use a variety of diagnostic tools, hand tools, and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes. Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.
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