This course contains information about construction and geometry of modern automobile suspension systems. Topics include introduction to metallurgy, suspension design, suspension angles and future trends. The laboratory requirements include a group project, related to automotive vehicle steering and suspension. A laboratory practicum will be required in which the student will assist instructors in developing a training aid and presentation for class.
Prerequisite: A.A.S. in Automotive Technology or successful completion of the first 2 years of the BT program with a minimum of a “C” in Auto 109 & 209 or equivalent.
4 credits (2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours & laboratory practicum).