Acura NSX Construction and Considerations
HNU01E01

Course format: Online training with posttest
I-CAR Credit Hours: 0 hours
Estimated Duration: 1 hour
Pricing
Gold Class: $60.00
Platinum: $60.00
Standard: $70.00

To qualify for ProFirst Certified Status, each shop must have a minimum of two structural technicians and one estimator complete this course.

This course is intended for U.S. models only.

This online course currently does not fulfill credit toward any state mandated claims representative Continued Education Units (CEU).

  • Explain Acura NSX construction and design.
  • Explain construction material considerations.
  • Describe joining methods used on the Acura NSX.
  • Explain vehicle general considerations.
  • Explain measuring considerations for the Acura NSX.

The Acura NSX Construction And Considerations training course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the construction and materials used on the second generation Acura NSX and considerations regarding making repairs.

The course will begin by presenting an overview of the second generation Acura NSX construction, which is built using an extensive amount of aluminum. Next, information about the NSX Non-Structural Repair Network is presented. Module 1 continues with information regarding one-time use threaded fasteners, the various material types, and parts construction used on this vehicle.

Module 2 presents information regarding joining methods used, and replacement parts considerations. Next, various mechanical considerations are presented. These include the hybrid high voltage system, air conditioning system, steering and suspension, sash-less door glass position learning, long term parking and storage concerns, and rear window glass removal and installation. Module 2 concludes with information regarding measuring on the second generation NSX.



The Honda and Acura vehicle-specific courses have been designed, developed by, and are maintained by American Honda Motor Company, Inc. (AHM). AHM has partnered with I-CAR to deliver training to the collision repair industry across the United States.
Honda-developed training courses delivered by I-CAR do not earn I-CAR credit hours.