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AT102 – Steering & Suspension Systems

This course provides classroom and laboratory hands-on activities where students gain a thorough understanding of the theory, construction and design of vehicle steering and suspension systems. Topics discussed in this course include tires, wheels, wheel balance, wheel bearings and hubs. The student will also learn about the different types of suspension systems including electronic suspension systems and the proper diagnosis and repair procedures for each type of system. The theory and operation of the various types of manual and power steering systems are discussed and diagnosed. The laboratory component of

AT100 – Performance Fundamentals

This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of engine operation. Students will learn to identify engine components and to have a thorough understanding of the four-stroke cycle principle. Once engine operating principles are understood, the student will then learn to properly identify engine mechanical problems and perform pinpoint testing using state-of the-art equipment and diagnostic procedures. Cooling and lubrication systems will also be discussed along with their components and diagnosis and repair procedures. The laboratory component of the course includes various activities that follow the guidelines of the National