I-CAR: Mechanical Systems Analysis (DAM03) $

November 5, 2013 - 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Las Vegas Convention Center, Upper North Hall, N238


I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, 2011 SEMA ShowI-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is returning to the SEMA Show in 2013 with I-CAR training available to attendees each day of the SEMA Show. I-CAR training is structured around individual’s roles as collision industry professionals and helps achieve the knowledge required to advance in the industry.

Mechanical Systems Analysis (DAM03)

Between operations and options, vehicles today can possess a huge variety of mechanical systems. Proper treatment of these critical systems is vital for complete and safe repairs - if they are not repaired correctly, the customers will know immediately and not return happily. Additionally, if these systems are not repaired properly, the vehicle may never make it to the customer on time. Keep track of the many mechanical systems and their recommended proper repairs with this course. After completion, you will be able to identify mechanical damage and vehicle systems related to the location of damage, identify damage to cooling systems, air conditioning systems, and their components, understand how to inspect vehicle electrical systems, circuit parts, and batteries, identify gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles and safety, understand electromechanical vehicle options and how to analyze engine damage, as well as understand how to inspect a vehicle driveshaft, subframe, and brake system. Note: This course, along with DAM07 (also offered at SEMA) satisfies one Knowledge Area in the I-CAR Professional Development Program. 

This course meets I-CAR ProLevel or annual training requirements for the following roles: Estimator and Auto Physical Damage Appraiser.