ASE introduced a test designed to identify technicians who possess knowledge of the skills required to diagnose, service and calibrate ADAS on automobiles, SUVs, and light-duty trucks. - Photo: ASE

ASE introduced a test designed to identify technicians who possess knowledge of the skills required to diagnose, service and calibrate ADAS on automobiles, SUVs, and light-duty trucks.

Photo: ASE

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has introduced an Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Specialist Certification test (L4). The test is designed to identify technicians who possess knowledge of the skills required to diagnose, service, and calibrate ADAS on automobiles, SUVs, and light-duty trucks.

The test will cover content focused on the diagnosis, service, and calibration of radar, camera, ultrasonic, and other advanced driver assistance systems. Many of the questions relate to a sample vehicle with advanced driver assistance systems technology used by most manufacturers, according to a press release. This vehicle is described in the composite vehicle type 1 reference booklet
that is provided as an electronic pop-up during the test.

To register for the ADAS Specialist test (L4), automotive service professionals must have passed either the Automobile Electrical/Electronic Systems (A6) or Collision Mechanical and Electrical Components (B5) test.

You can find a study guide and register to take the test by clicking here.

Originally posted on Government Fleet

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