- Name: Steering & Suspension
- Division: Professional & Applied Technology
- Discipline: Automotive Mechanics
- Units (Credits): 3.00 - 7.00
- Course Attributes:
- May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree
- Non-applicable toward AA, AB or AS Degrees
I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisites: AUTO101 or consent of instructor
Diagnosis/service of suspension components including shocks, springs, ball joints, manual and power steering system and four wheel alignment are some areas covered. Prepares students for ASE certification.
II: Course Objectives
Understand the principles, design, and construction of steering suspension systems.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of the maintenance of steering suspension systems.
Understand safety, use of manuals, hand tools, power tools, and hand-held test instruments.
III: Course Linkage
This course is a requirement in the Associate of Applied Science Automotive Mechanics Program and in the Automotive Mechanics Certificate of Achievement.
The mission of the Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Mechanics is to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the current automotive environment.
This course addresses the following AAS degree student learning outcomes of ensuring that students:
- Know the subject matter appropriate to the emphasis of the degree.
- Acquire skills and perform tasks necessary for employment or career enhancement.
- Present themselves effectively to a potential employer.
- Demonstrate effective communication and computation skills appropriate to the chosen occupational field.
- Utilize appropriate resources to remain current in the chosen occupational field.
Scheduled AUTO-155 classes:
There are currently no AUTO-155 classes scheduled for this term.