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Automotive Service Quiz 1 Review 1. Per U.S. Department of Labor statistics, approximately how many people in the country are employed as automotive technicians.

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1 Automotive Service Quiz 1 Review 1. Per U.S. Department of Labor statistics, approximately how many people in the country are employed as automotive technicians and mechanics? 2. What type of technician is indirectly related to the automotive technology field? 3. In a typical vehicle, what is the percentage of systems that are controlled by electronics? 4. Work load for automotive technicians can be described as being ______________________________. 5. What is the term for the pay method in which workers are strictly paid for the time they put in? 6. Technician A says experience in repairing your own car qualifies you for most automotive technology jobs. Technician B says most employers in the automotive technology field are looking for applicants with formal training. Who is correct? 7. Technician A says ASE is an organization that tests and certifies automotive technicians. Technician B says NATEF is a part of ASE that reviews automotive technology training programs. Who is correct? 8. Technician A says engine performance is the name of an area in which an automotive technician can be ASE certified. Technician B says vehicle accessories is the name of an area in which an automotive technician can be ASE certified. Who is correct? 9. Technician A says a technician who is paid by the flat-rate system is paid according to the number of hours he or she actually spends on a repair. Technician B says a salaried technician gets paid overtime when he or she works more than 40 hours. Who is correct? 10. Technician A says most shops provide each automotive technician a set of common hand tools. Technician B says most shops provide the more expensive power tools and equipment. Who is correct?

2 Automotive Service Quiz 2 review 1. What solvent is formulated to remove grease and oil from rotors? 2. Which type of parts is digestive-type carburetor cleaner used to clean? 3. Oily rags should be stored in 4. What petroleum product is a type of light oil? 5. What type of grease is typically used to lubricate vehicle hood and door hinges? 6. Technician A says, unlike petroleum-based parts-washing solvent, aqueous-based parts-washing solvent is typically nonflammable. Technician B says petroleum-based parts-washing solvent uses heat, agitation, and detergents to clean automotive parts. Who is correct? 7. Technician A says choke and throttle body cleaner is more flammable than petroleum-based parts- washing solvent. Technician B says choke and throttle body cleaner can damage paint. Who is correct? 8. Technician A says gasoline is not intended for use as a parts washer. Technician B says gasoline fumes can ignite and cause severe burns and death. Who is correct? 9. Technician A says ATF stands for all-purpose transaxle fluid. Technician B says gear lube is thinner than motor oil or ATF. Who is correct? 10. Technician A says grease is valued for its ability to stay on parts for a long time. Technician B says grease is valued for its ability to withstand high pressure. Who is correct?

3 Automotive Service Quiz 3 review 1. The unit of measurement used for metric wrench sizes is __________________________ 2. A type of wrench that completely encircles the nut or bolt is the _____________ wrench 3. A type of wrench that has a screw that allows the jaw to adjust to different sizes is the _____________________. 4. What type of pliers has a knob to clamp the handles in place? 5. The most common hammer used for driving punches and chisels is the ____________________. 6. Technician A says there is less chance of damaging a bolt when using a box wrench. Technician B says an adjustable wrench does not grip as solidly as a box wrench. Who is correct? 7. Technician A says a Pozidriv screwdriver and Phillips screwdriver are interchangeable. Technician B says a standard screwdriver also is designed to be used for a pry bar or gasket scraper. Who is correct? 8. Technician A says locking pliers are required for spreading or compressing springy snap rings. Technician B says diagonal-cutting pliers will be damaged if used to cut spring steel. Who is correct? 9. Technician A says a hammer with a handle that is a little loose is still safe to use. Technician B says a flat-surfaced hammer should only be struck at an angle to the surface being struck. Who is correct? 10. Technician A says a punch should be struck with a heavy hammer blow. Technician B says heavy gloves and safety glasses should be worn when working with punches and chisels. Who is correct?

4 Automotive Service Quiz 4 Review 1. Technician A says a hacksaw cuts on the forward stroke only and is lifted on the return stroke. Technician B says a hacksaw blade should be installed with the teeth pointing away from the handle. Who is correct? 2. Technician A says a DMM can be used as a voltmeter. Technician B says a DMM can be used as an ohmmeter. Who is correct? 3. Technician A says a puller set is used to remove gears from shafts. Technician B says a puller set is used to remove shafts from housings. Who is correct? 4. Technician A says the thread size for USCS bolts is determined by measuring the number of threads per inch. Technician B says the thread size for metric bolts is determined by measuring the number of threads per centimeter. Who is correct? 5. Technician A says machine screws are useful for clamping small parts together. Technician B says locking pliers are required for removing internal and external snap rings. Who is correct? 6. Technician A says a bottoming tap is not used to start the cutting process. Technician B says a taper tap is useful for starting the cutting process. Who is correct? 7. Technician A says a die stock holds a die for the cutting process. Technician B says, while cutting threads with a die, thread cutting oil is added as needed. Who is correct? 8. Technician A says a feeler gauge is made of numerous metal leaves for checking air gaps. Technician B says a feeler gauge can measure the backlash or movement between gear teeth. Who is correct? 9. Technician A says, before using a dial indicator, it is positioned with a clamp-on base or a magnetic base. Technician B says, to measure the movement of a part, the plunger of the dial indicator is positioned against the part. Who is correct? 10. Technician A says the roll knob on a dial caliper should be adjusted until the jaws tightly squeeze the part being measured. Technician B says the dial caliper has a tail for measuring depth. Who is correct?

5 Automotive Service Quiz 5 Review 1. When compared with electric hand tools, pneumatic hand tools are (list some characteristics) 2. In a pneumatic tool with a reciprocating design, the compressed air drives a 3. How does an air chisel operate 4. A tire machine is used to (list the uses) 5. Technician A says double-insulated electric tools require only a two-prong plug. Technician B says standing on wet ground while operating an electric tool is a shock hazard. Who is correct? 6. Technician A says pneumatic tools are heavier than electric tools, but they work faster. Technician B says pneumatic tools are not damaged by overloading or stalling. Who is correct? 7. Technician A says drill bits for electric and pneumatic power drills are interchangeable. Technician B says it is acceptable to use a USCS drill bit for a metric bit if they are close in size. Who is correct? 8. Technician A says a torque stick is a socket designed for loosening bolts. Technician B says an air ratchet is a less powerful version of an impact wrench. Who is correct? 9. Technician A says, before using a bench grinder, combustibles must be removed from the area because of the sparks given off by the grinder. Technician B says aluminum should not be ground on wheels designed for steel. Who is correct? 10. Technician A says operating a hydraulic floor jack requires very little instruction. Technician B says hydraulic equipment should be checked frequently for leaks. Who is correct?

6 Automotive Service Quiz 6 Review 1. Technician A says TSBs are published by the vehicle manufacturer to inform technicians about technical changes. Technician B says the owners manual for a vehicle is a good source of information on diagnosing and testing each vehicle system. Who is correct? 2. Technician A says a VIN may be found on the dashboard near the lower part of the windshield on the drivers side. Technician B says a VIN may be found on the certification label located on the drivers door frame. Who is correct? 3. Good customer relations include (List) 4. A work order typically includes the (List) 5. The three Cs used to diagnose a vehicle problem are 6. A proper test drive of a customers vehicle includes the technician to do ______________________ 7. Technician A says listening to the customers diagnosis of a repair problem is a waste of time. Technician B says when customers are in a hurry to get their vehicle back, the step for verifying the repair should be skipped. Who is correct? 8. Technician A says fender covers should be used when doing any work in the engine compartment. Technician B says covers should be placed on the floor, seat, and steering wheel before entering a customers vehicle. Who is correct? 9. Technician A says a work order does not include services that the shop contracts out. Technician B says a work order typically includes the diagnosis made by the person who did the repair. Who is correct? 10. Technician A says in diagnosing a vehicle problem, researching service information helps to isolate the cause of the problem. Technician B says in diagnosing a vehicle problem, the first step is to determine the necessary action and the second is to test the systems and components that could cause the problem. Who is correct?.

7 Automotive Service Quiz 7 Review 1. Diagonally-split systems combine which brakes ? 2. Technician A says that the greater the contact area of a brake shoe or pad, the less heat the brake shoe or pad generates. Technician B says that the greater the contact area of a brake shoe or pad, the greater amount of heat the shoe or pad generates. Who is correct? 3. How much of the braking is typically done by the front brakes in a front-wheel-drive vehicle ? 4. In a closed hydraulic brake system, the hydraulic pressure is _____________. 5. Technician A says that automotive braking systems convert heat energy into kinetic energy to move the vehicle. Technician B says that automotive braking systems use kinetic friction to convert the energy of a moving vehicle into heat. Who is correct? 6. If a Master Cylinder with a two-square-inch piston travels 1/2 inch, how would a wheel cylinder with a one-square-inch piston be moved ? 7. Technician A says that brake linings have rough surfaces to allow for more stopping power. Technician B says that the recommended material for brake linings is asbestos. Who is correct? 8. An example of base brake components would be the (list) _____________________. 9. Split hydraulic brake systems are (list) ____________________. 10. What happens to the brakes when the speed of a vehicle doubles?

8 Automotive Service Quiz 8 Review 1. Automobiles generally use ______________ batteries. 2. A battery that is designed to be fully discharged many times is called a(n) _____________ battery. 3. Electrolyte is mostly composed of _______________. 4. A fully charged battery has a specific gravity of _____________. 5. Automotive batteries can (List) ______________________________. 6. As temperature decreases, a batterys available power _______________. 7. The most important rating for batteries is the ______________________. 8. Voltage can be described as _________________________. 9. Current can be defined as __________________________. 10. Resistance can be defined as ___________________________.

9 Automotive Service Quiz 9 Review 1. Premature battery failure can be caused by (List causes) ___________________. 2. What would be an acceptable value for a parasitic load? 3. You are troubleshooting a car with a no-start complaint. Open circuit voltage is volts and the positive post is loose. What should you do? 4. Sulfating of battery plates may be caused by __________________. 5. A battery with a built-in hydrometer has a yellow eye. What should you do? 6. A conventional hydrometer test resulted in readings of in all cells. Which of the following would NOT be an acceptable thing to do? 7. A recharged battery should be replaced if there is a specific gravity difference of over _____ points between cells. 8. When the voltage difference between any two cells in a battery reaches.05 volts, the battery usually must be ______________________________. 9. Overcharging a battery can cause (List causes) _____________________________. 10. Setting a battery on a cement or concrete floor ________________.

10 Automotive Service Quiz 10 Review 1. Piston rings are used to (List) _______________________. 2. Exhaust valves are __________ than intake valves. 3. In an overhead cam engine, the camshaft is located in the ___________. 4. The vast majority of automobile engines operate on the _____________ cycle. 5. This type of engine relies on the heat of compression to ignite the fuel. 6. In a pushrod engine, the camshaft is located in the ___________. 7. A V-type DOHC engine has ________ camshafts. 8. This part has carefully machined high spots called lobes. 9. Automotive cylinder heads and engine blocks are generally cast from ______________and _______________. 10. The __________________ stroke pulls the fuel-air mixture into the cylinder.


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