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True or False: It is better to sell a customer individual parts as opposed to assemblies in order to save the customer time and money.
True or False: In 2012 the Automotive Recyclers Association established new parts definitions.
True or False: The third character in the damage code is the location of the damage.
True or False: Damage location typically follows an “S” or “Reverse S” pattern.
True or False: The letter T in a damage code denotes a paint problem.
True or False: The letter J in a damage code denotes a crack.
True or False: The letter E in a damage code denotes a dent.
True or False: The third character in a damage code is the number of units of damage.
True or False: One unit of damage is the equivalent of one hour of repair time.
True or False: A unit represents damage that can be covered by a standard sized credit card.
True or False: An A Grade part must have zero units of damage.
True or False: A C Grade part is a part that has more than six units of damage.
True or False: An A grade assembly will have three or less units of necessary repair.
True or False: A Grade A mechanical part = up to 60,000 miles/100,000 kilometres. Cannot exceed 15,000 miles/24,000 kilometres per model year of age.
True or False: A C Grade light fails to meet the requirements of A and B grade lights but are still functionally usable.
True or False: A C Grade cosmetic part is structurally undamaged but may contain imperfections.
True or False: The Damage Code 5D3 means a part that has a dent in location 5. The part is a C grade because it has greater than 2 units of damage.
True or False: A front-end assembly with one unit of damage on the hood and two units of damage to the fender will be graded A.
True or False: An example of C grade assembly part would be a front end assembly with collision damage on the bumper 6E4 and 7R2 (two units of damage) on the fender for a total of six repair units.
True or False: As an inventory specialist you are a vital link in the quality control process. It is your job to properly record and communicate all damage and concerns to the rest of your team to ensure that the product you have described is the product that is ultimately delivered to the repair facility.