1. Suspension and Steering Systems Introduction and Overview. 2. Basic Theories. 3. Tires and Wheels. 4. Wheel Bearings. 5. Shock Absorbers and Struts. 6. Front Suspension Systems. 7. Rear Suspension Systems. 8. Steering Columns and Steering Linkages. 9. Four Wheel Alignment Part I. 10. Four Wheel Alignment Part II. 11. Computer-Controlled Suspension Systems. 12. Power Steering Pumps. 13. Rack and Pinion Steering Gears and Four Wheel Steering. 14. Recirculating Ball Steering Gears.
Mark Schnubel is an associate professor and coordinator of the automotive technician and automotive management programs at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, Connecticut. He is an ASE-Certified Master Automotive Technician with decades of experience in the automotive services industry, and he holds a master's degree in education. In addition to his activities as an author and educator, Schnubel has served as an advisor to the U.S. Department of Education on academic preparation for 12th graders planning to enter job-training programs after graduation.