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Damage Analysis of Advanced Automotive Systems
DAM07

Course format: Live instruction with posttest
I-CAR Credit Hours: 3 hours
Estimated Duration: 4 hours
Pricing
Gold Class: $114.00
Platinum: $114.00
Standard: $138.00

Prior Recommended Programs

  • Anti-Lock Brakes and Traction Control Systems (ABR01)
  • Electrical Circuits and DVOM Usage (ELE01)
  • Diagnosis, Testing, and Repair of Common Electrical Loads (ELE02)
  • Fault Code Retrieval, Diagnosis, and Testing Electronic Systems (ELE03)

This course helps satisfy ProLevel training requirements for the following roles:
Estimator
Auto Physical Damage Appraiser

This course meets New Technology training requirements for the following roles:
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians

This course is an Annual Training option for the following roles:
Estimator
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
Auto Physical Damage Appraiser

DAM07
Did you know I-CAR offers this course in convenient, online delivery? You may satisfy this requirement by completing the Online course DAM07e.

  • Identify whether a vehicle is equipped with various advanced vehicle systems
  • Understand how specific features are designed to operate and how they are integrated with other vehicle systems
  • Determine if a system is operating properly during the damage analysis process

Module 1 – Driving Assist Safety Systems
This module introduces advanced vehicle systems, including basic methods for identifying advanced systems on a vehicle. The course continues with specific systems such as blind spot detection, parking assist, cross-traffic alert, and includes video demonstrations of various systems. Other systems discussed in this module include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and collision mitigation.

Module 2 – Vision Assist and Advanced Restraint Systems
In the second module of the course the student will learn about lighting systems designed to provide improved vision assistance, as well as advancements in passive restraint systems.

Module 3 – Convenience Systems
The course concludes with a look at systems such as passive keyless entry, push-button start, and other systems that are becoming popular as conveniences to the vehicle owner.

Course outline containing topics and subtopics.