AUTO 201 Bolted Panel Replacement (2)
Credit, Degree Applicable
This course concerns the methods and techniques of fastening and joining metal and plastic parts as they relate to a professional fit and finish on vehicle body and frame structures, including alignment of metal and plastic parts.
Offered Fall semesters
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Describe and use all shop safety practices related to bolted panel repair andreplacement.
- Outcome 2: Analyze vehicle structure, types, and materials
- Outcome 3: Differentiate structural and non-structural parts
- Outcome 4: Judge where, when, and how to use different specific tools and equipment.
- Outcome 5: Summarize the basic steps in repairing, removing, and replacing a bolted vehicle panel.
- Outcome 6: Assess steps needed before priming and painting bolted body panels.
- Outcome 7: Describe how each type of body panel should be positioned on a vehicle.
- Outcome 8: Select the correct materials and steps needed for corrosion protection of bolted panels.
- Outcome 9: Calculate repair costs by writing up an estimate which outlines parts and material costs, evaluate damage, combine totals, and convert labor times to dollar costs.
- Outcome 10: Assess and solve ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification test questions on non structural analysis and repair.