Knowledge of Removing and Fitting Basic Light Vehicle Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components and Non Permanently Fixed Vehicle Body Panels


Unit Reference Number:     F/601/3747

Learning OutcomesAssessment Criteria
1Understand how to carry out removal and fitting of basic light vehicle mechanical electrical and trim (MET) components1.1identify the procedures involved in carry out the systematic removal and fitting of basic light vehicle MET components to the standard required including:

a. bumpers
b. headlamp units
c. road wheels
d. batteries
e. bonnet and boot trim
f. interior trim components
g. exterior trim components

1.2identify the procedures involved in working with supplementary safety systems when fitting basic light vehicle MET components
1.3identify the procedures involved in working with gas discharge headlamp systems when fitting basic light vehicle MET components
1.4explain the methods and procedures for storing removed light vehicle MET components
1.5identify the different types of fastenings and fixings used when removing and fitting light vehicle MET components
1.6explain the reasons for the use of different types of fastenings and fixings used in light vehicle MET components
1.7explain the procedures, methods and reasons for ensuring correct alignment of light vehicle MET components
1.8identify the quality checks that can be used to ensure correct alignment and operation of light vehicle MET components
1.9identify correct conformity of vehicle systems against light vehicle specification and legal requirements on completion
1.10explain the procedure for reporting cosmetic damage to light vehicle MET components and units
2Understand how to carry out removal and fitting of basic light vehicle non permanently fixed vehicle body panels2.1identify the procedures involved in carry out the systematic removal and fitting of basic light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels to the standard required including:a. wingsb. doorsc. bonnetsd. boot lids and tailgatese. bumper bars, covers and components
2.2identify the procedures involved in working with supplementary safety systems when fitting basic light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels
2.3explain the methods and procedures for storing removed light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels
2.4identify the different types of fastenings and fixings used when removing and fitting light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels
2.5explain the reasons for the use of different types of fastenings and fixings used in light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels
2.6explain the procedures, methods and reasons for ensuring correct alignment of light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels
2.7identify the quality checks that can be used to ensure correct alignment and operation of light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels
2.8identify correct conformity of vehicle systems against light vehicle specification and legal requirements on completion
2.9explain the procedure for reporting cosmetic damage to light vehicle non-welded, non-structural body panels