Acura Motors


The marketplace for our clients to shop around to service their vehicles is highly competitive. You can help guide their decision with the combination of Acura training and ASE certifications. Your highly trained dealership staff along with ASE certifications will foster trust and confidence that their vehicle is in the best of hands.


Acura is proud to partner with ASE and highly values the certifications earned by dealership staff. Obtaining ASE certifications helps to increase client confidence and set the expectation that they can expect a world class experience. They will trust that their vehicle is in the best of hands and will be fixed right the first time. Based on the certification(s) you achieve, you will receive online training credit based on the ASE tests listed below.


609 - ASE Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Review and Quiz

Module ID Module Title
ACC20 Clean Air Act Compliance

A1 - Engine Repair

Module ID Module Title
ENC02 Four-Stroke Engine Construction
ENC10 Pumping Theory & Cylinder Performance Testing
ENC40 Internal Engine Inspection
ENC64 Component Inspection

A2 - Automatic Transmission/Transaxle

Module ID Module Title

Diagnosing A/T Leaks

A3 - Manual Drive Train & Axles

Module ID Module Title
MTC01 M/T Principles of Operation
MTC05 M/T T/S & Diagnosis
MTC10 M/T Disassembly & Inspection Pt 1

A4 - Suspension & Steering

Module ID Module Title
SSC07 Introduction to Suspension Systems
SSC08 Steering Suspension and Driveline Inspection
SSC30 Alignment Angle Basics

A5 - Brakes

Module ID Module Title
BKC08 Brake Inspection
BKC18 Brake Shoe Replacement
BKC34 Brake System Measurements
BKC60 Intro to Hydraulics
BKC61 Standard Braking System Components
BKC67 Diagnosing Brake Noise

A6 - Electrical/Electronic Systems

Module ID Module Title
EBC01 Electrical Testing Tools
ELC07 Charging System
ELC09 Testing & Charging Batteries
ELC19 Electromagnetic Fields
ELC20 Understanding Electricity
ELC21 Basic Circuit Comp
ELC22 Basic Circuit Types
ELCM1 Measuring Available Voltage
ELCM2 Measuring Resistance
ELCM3 Measuring Current
ELCM4 Measuring Voltage Drop
ELCM5 Ohm's Law

A7 - Heating & Air Conditioning

Module ID Module Title
ACC18 HVAC Airflow & Cable Adjustment
ACC21 A/C Refrigeration Principles
ACC22 A/C Component Operation & Service
ACC23 A/C System Checks & Inspection
ACC26 A/C Refrigeration ID & Recovery
ACC27 A/C System Evacuation & Charging
ACC31 HVAC Airflow Control Electrical
ACC32 Compressor & Fans Electrical
ACC41 Climate Control Components & Operation

A8 - Engine Performance

Module ID Module Title
EMC70 Intro to Electronic Throttle Control
FBC02 Fundamentals of Fuel Injection
FBC05 Fundamentals of Ignition Systems
FEC05 Engine Operation & Dynamics
FEC19 Fuel System Hydraulics

P2 - Automobile Parts Specialist

Module ID Module Title
CSS06 Tire Inspection
ECMSS Ecomm Skills for Service and Parts
PCTSS Parts Counterperson Training
TS-SS Telephone Skills

C1 - Automobile Service Consultant

Module ID Module Title
ASC01 Accelerated Service Consultant Fundamentals
ATFWS Auto Technology Fundamentals for Advisors Workshop
BRK10 Brake System Operation & Maintenance
CSS06 Tire Inspection
CSS07 Introduction to Suspension Systems
CSS15 Initiatorless and Initiator Type TPMS
CSS40 Vehicle Alignment Fundamentals
ECMSS Ecomm Skills for Parts and Service
ISCSR IS for Client Service Reps
MTSWS Making the Sale
SOEWS Service Operations Essentials Workshop
TRC22 Client Service Essentials
TRC41 Preparing to Make the Sale
TRC42 Making the Sale
TSCSS Troubleshooting Clients
TS-SS Telephone Skills
WROSS Writing the Repair Order


E-mail the following information to the training center nearest to you: Full Name, DPTS ID, and attach your unexpired ASE certificate or myASE certification status letter in JPG or PDF file format./p>


If you have never registered for an ASE test, visit and select the Create myASE Account link in the myASE login box. You will then be prompted through several screens to provide information about yourself to set up your account.

If you have already created a myASE account, then:

  1. Login to your myASE account.
  2. Select Company-Assigned ID.
  3. Select the Add Company-Assigned ID button.
  4. Select Acura from the Company drop-down menu and enter your DPTS ID and then select Submit.
  5. Select the Profile tab to review your information and check on your release status. Confirm that your information is correct.
  6. Select the "Release my ASE status to others" checkbox and then select the Submit button.
  1. Log in to your myASE account.
  2. Select Store link.
  3. Select the checkbox(s) for the ASE Certification Test(s) for which you wish to test.
  4. After going through several prompts, you can schedule your appointment. If you have multiple tests to schedule, you may also select the "Select All" checkbox.
  5. Then you can Find the Test Center that is most convenient for you and select the Schedule an Appointment link to find available locations.
  6. Once you have scheduled your test appointments you will be directed to an Appointment Confirmation page where you should see the correct date/time for your ASE Certification test(s). Select either the Print Registration Ticket button to print your registration ticket, or select Continue to complete the registration process.

For a complete listing of test dates, fees, and test times, click here.

Need Help?

If at any point you have trouble during the registration process for your ASE Certification test(s), email us at, or contact ASE Customer Service at 1-800-390-6789 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Eastern Time, Monday-Friday, except holidays. Operators are here to help guide you through the registration process and answer any and all questions you may have.

ASE Contact information



National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
1503 Edwards Ferry Rd., NE Suite 401
Leesburg, VA 20176