Application of theory, techniques, principles and industry best practices used to repair mechanical faults that occur as a result of collision. Emphasis on the removal and replacement of damaged mechanical components within the braking, cooling, drive train, fuel, intake, and exhaust systems. Study and application of the procedures for restoring restraints to proper and safe working order following a collision. 2 Credits (0 Lecture - 6 Lab) Prerequisite(s): ABC100 and ABC104 and ABC115 and ABC116. Corequisite(s): ABC209. Fall Only.