An in-depth study of steering and suspension systems, alignment geometry, and procedures including the service and diagnosis of these systems. This course also includes the latest cutting-edge electronic controlled systems. Using the skills and knowledge learned, students will perform the same procedures, and diagnose system concerns on today’s automobiles and light trucks just as a technician would in an automotive service department. AUTO1021M is a spring semester course. Tools identified on the student tool list are required for this course. Note that for the AEP, MCAP, MLR, and SU pathways, on-line training is required to receive credit for this course. A minimum grade of C is required to continue on to AUTO1031M, AUTO1032M, and AUTO1033M. Prerequisites: Successful completion of AUTO1011M and AUTO1012M with a minimum grade of C.