Using Vehicle Maker Repair Procedures
VT245E01

Course format: Online training with posttest
I-CAR Credit Hours: 1 hour
Estimated Duration: 1 hour
Pricing
Gold Class: $55.00
Platinum: $55.00
Standard: $66.00

This course meets New Technology training requirements for the following roles:
Estimator
Production Management
Steel Structural Technician
Aluminum Structural Technician
Non-Structural Technician
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
Refinish Technician
Auto Physical Damage Appraiser

This course is an Annual Training option for the following roles:
Estimator
Production Management
Steel Structural Technician
Aluminum Structural Technician
Non-Structural Technician
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
Refinish Technician
Auto Physical Damage Appraiser

Please note: To complete New Technology requirements, you must register for and complete both this course and one other role-relevant Vehicle & Technology Specific course.


Using Vehicle Maker Repair Procedures is a one-hour course that provides an overview of the importance of following OEM specific repair requirements and the many resources available to find them. Topics that will be covered are OEM specific websites, I-CAR resources, service bulletins and other resources.  

Course Content
Module 1 – Repair Information Availability
Module 1 covers the importance of following OEM repair procedures. This module also covers I-CAR’s information sources (RTS Portal, Training, Videos). Other sources for OEM repair information such as technical service bulletins and the National Automotive Service Task Force website are also identified.

Module 2 – Using an OEM Repair Procedure
Module 2 will discuss what can be found on the various OEM websites regarding specific repair procedures. How to interpret the OEM repair procedures is also explained. This module will also touch base on scan tools and flowcharts and how they can be instrumental for quick and accurate diagnosis and repair.

 

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the need for accessing original equipment manufacturer repair information
  • Explain service information content
  • Identify various service information sources
  • Identify specific OEM repair information
  • Explain how to follow OEM repair procedures