A comprehensive study including hands-on repair of the automobiles steering and suspension systems. Service procedures include pre-alignment inspections, 4-wheel alignment, conventional suspension & steering systems, McPherson strut service, rack & pinion steering service, component replacement, and troubleshooting the various systems. This course prepares the student with job skills for entry into the workforce and the knowledge for successfully completing the Michigan or ASE certification examination required for mechanic licensing. Students are required to take the Michigan certification examination as an integral part of the course.
This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort. Upon successful course completion, participants will receive a Corporate and Continuing Education Certificate of Completion. The required textbook is available for purchase at the Jackson College bookstore.