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Power Accessories

Course format: Live instruction with posttest
I-CAR Credit Hours: 6 hours
Estimated Duration: 8 hours
Gold Class: $228.00
Platinum: $228.00
Standard: $276.00

Prior Recommended Programs

  • Electrical Circuits and DVOM Usage (ELE01)
  • Diagnosis, Testing, and Repair of Common Electrical Loads (ELE02)

This course helps satisfy ProLevel training requirements for the following roles:
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians

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

  • Understand how to test power accessories and diagnose electrical and mechanical failures
  • Understand windshield wiper operation and parts
  • Know how to check and diagnose mechanical and electrical failure in power mirrors and antennas
  • Understand considerations around power seat operation and repair
  • Understand power window, door lock, and sunroof operation and repair
  • Recognize operations of power sliding doors and repair considerations
  • Understand horn operation and repair procedures

Module 1 – Electrical Testing Review
The course opens with an explanation of parts of a circuit and how to test power accessories. Recommended problem solving procedures for electrical failures are explained in addition to repair methods and testing methods.

Module 2 – Windshield Wipers
The course continues with information on windshield wiper system operation and parts. The student will learn how to check and diagnose mechanical and electronic failures and replace damaged electrical parts.

Module 3 – Power Mirrors and Antennas
The third module of the course continues with an overview of power mirror system operation. Information on how to check and diagnose mechanical failures is explained in addition to operation and repair of heated glass and antennas.

Module 4 – Power Seats
This module identifies power seat operation and how to check and diagnose for mechanical failure. Also, an overview of the operation and considerations around repairing memory and heated seats is offered in this module.

Module 5 – Power Windows/Door Locks/Sunroofs
Learning objective for this course include operation of power windows systems and how to check and diagnose for mechanical and electronic failure. The student will be introduced to power sunroof systems as well as power lock operations.

Module 6 – Power Sliding Door
This module identifies the operations of power sliding doors. Procedures for checking and diagnosing mechanical and electronic failure are also covered.

Module 7 – Horns
The course concludes with information on common horn systems and horn system operation. The student will learn the considerations around removal and replacement procedures for horns that are diagnosed with mechanical and electrical system problems.

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