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Jeopardy! Disc & Drum Master Cylinder Brake Tools Shop Safety Review Questions ASE
ASE Answer: Heat A functioning brake system will quickly change vehicle movement into:
ASE Answer: Disc Brakes Every modern vehicle has front:
ASE Answer: Hydraulic Pressure Master Cylinder changes pedal force into:
ASE Answer: Master Cylinder Valves installed in the brake hydraulic system affect the pressure at the:
ASE Answer: D- All The Above Depending on the manufacturer the parking brake is operated by a _______. A- Dashboard Lever B- Foot Pedal C- Floor Lever D- All The Above
Review Questions Answer: Holding The parking brake on a vehicle with an automatic transmission is an example of a _____ type of brake.
Review Questions Answer: Rear Early brakes were installed only on the ________ wheels.
Review Questions Hydraulic fluid can be used to transmit _______ & _______. Answer: Force & Motion
Review Questions Answer: Master Cylinder The brake pedal is always connected to the ________.
Answer: 1. Dashboard Lever 2. Foot Pedal 3. Floor Lever Depending on the vehicle, three kinds of levers are used to operate the parking brake. Name them.
Shop Safety Brake dust contains a cancer causing material called ________. Answer: Asbestos
Shop Safety Answer: To keep parts from being lost or falling on your foot. Why should the technician keep work benches clean?
Shop Safety Answer: True True or False. Installing a non-stock air cleaner can affect vehicle emissions.
Shop Safety Answer: Respiratory A filter mask is a type of ______ protection. A- Eye B- Hand C- Respiratory D- Foot
Shop Safety Answer: C. Chemicals Material Safety Data Sheets are provided for all dangerous ____________. A- Procedures B- Tools C- Chemicals D- Working Conditions
Brake Tools Answer: Themselves Quality tools will pay for __________.
Brake Tools A ________ is used to measure the thickness of rotors. If a rotor is too thin, it should be ________. Answer: 1. Micrometer 2. Replaced
Brake Tools To quickly to test for voltage in a brake light system, use a _________. Answer: Test Light
Brake Tools A brake hydraulic pressure gauge must be able to read a minimum of _________ psi or ________ kPa. Answer: 1. 3, ,685
Brake Tools True or False: Scan tools are used to test anti-lock brakes systems. Answer: True
Master Cylinder Answer: 1. Pistons 2. Cylinder Bore Modern master cylinders contain two _________ which operate in a single _________.
Master Cylinder Since the hydraulic system is filled with brake fluid, any movement of the master cylinder _____ causes the caliper and wheel cylinder _______ to move. Answer: 1. Piston 2. Pistons
Master Cylinder Modern master cylinders have _________. A- One Cylinder Bore B- Two Pistons C- A Reservoir D- All Of The Above Answer: D. All Of The Above
Daily Double Modern wheel cylinders have one _______ and two _________. Answer: 1. Cylinder 2. Pistons
Answer: Leaks Master Cylinder Most master cylinder problems can be classed as types of internal and external __________.
Disc & Drum Most disc brake calipers are made of _______. A- Aluminum B- Cast Iron C- Steel D- Both A & B Answer: D. Both A & B
Disc & Drum On most ________ drum brake assemblies, the shoes and star wheel assembly can be removed as a unit. Answer: Servo
Disc & Drum Why are modern drum brakes sometimes called internal expanding brakes? Answer: All of the brake parts are inside of the drum and the brake shoes are pushed outward to contact the drum
Disc & Drum On most vehicles, the rear drum brakes are used as the _________ brakes. Answer: Parking
Disc & Drum What does the maximum diameter of the drum refer to? Answer: How much the drum can be turned until it is too thin
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