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  • 1. 

    Transfers power from the drive shaft to the ring gear?

    • A.

      Ring gear

    • B.

      Pinion drive gear

    • C.

      Differential case assembly

    • D.

      Rear axle bearings

    Correct Answer
    B. Pinion drive gear
    Explanation
    The pinion drive gear is responsible for transferring power from the drive shaft to the ring gear. The drive shaft connects to the pinion gear, which then rotates and engages with the ring gear. This transfer of power allows the rotational force from the drive shaft to be transmitted to the ring gear, which is connected to the wheels, enabling them to turn and propel the vehicle forward.

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  • 2. 

    When doing a root cause inspection, expect what component surface for scoring cracks or discoloration?

    • A.

      Axle assembly

    • B.

      Piston

    • C.

      Rear differential

    • D.

      Flywheel

    Correct Answer
    D. Flywheel
    Explanation
    During a root cause inspection, the component surface that one should expect for scoring cracks or discoloration is the flywheel. Scoring refers to the presence of deep grooves or scratches on the surface, indicating friction or rubbing. Cracks can indicate structural weakness or excessive stress on the flywheel. Discoloration can be caused by overheating or the presence of contaminants. Therefore, examining the flywheel surface for these signs can help identify the root cause of any issues.

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  • 3. 

    What component in a root cause inspection should measure run-out?

    • A.

      Gear change

    • B.

      Bearings

    • C.

      Flywheel

    • D.

      Transmission

    Correct Answer
    C. Flywheel
    Explanation
    In a root cause inspection, run-out refers to the measurement of any deviation from a true circular rotation of a component. The flywheel is a rotating component in a machine that stores rotational energy and helps maintain a consistent speed. Therefore, it is necessary to measure the run-out of the flywheel in order to identify any potential issues or imbalances that may be causing vibrations or other problems in the machine.

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  • 4. 

    What component in root cause inspection should you check for broken rollers, crack roller case, inadequate grease or discoloration?

    • A.

      Pilot bearing

    • B.

      Axle shaft

    • C.

      Shift case gears

    • D.

      Flywheel

    Correct Answer
    A. Pilot bearing
    Explanation
    In root cause inspection, checking the pilot bearing is important to identify any issues such as broken rollers, crack roller case, inadequate grease, or discoloration. The pilot bearing is a component located in the center of the flywheel, which supports the transmission input shaft. Any problems with the pilot bearing can lead to issues with the transmission and affect the overall performance of the vehicle. Therefore, it is crucial to inspect the pilot bearing for any signs of damage or wear during root cause inspection.

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  • 5. 

    When inspecting what component, use a side calibrator to measure the minimum thickness

    • A.

      Splines 

    • B.

      Flywheel

    • C.

      Pressure plate

    • D.

      Clutch disc

    Correct Answer
    D. Clutch disc
    Explanation
    When inspecting the clutch assembly, a side calibrator is used to measure the minimum thickness of the clutch disc. This is because the clutch disc is a critical component of the clutch system that engages and disengages the engine power to the transmission. It is important to measure the thickness of the clutch disc to ensure that it is within the manufacturer's specifications. If the clutch disc is too thin, it may not be able to properly engage the flywheel and pressure plate, resulting in slipping or poor clutch performance. Therefore, using a side calibrator to measure the minimum thickness of the clutch disc is necessary for proper inspection and maintenance of the clutch system.

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  • 6. 

    Inspect what components surface for glazing cracking scoring or discoloration

    • A.

      Pistons 

    • B.

      Flywheel

    • C.

      Clutch disc

    • D.

      Splines

    Correct Answer
    C. Clutch disc
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Clutch disc because when inspecting for glazing cracking, scoring, or discoloration, it is important to examine all the components listed. However, the clutch disc is specifically mentioned as one of the components to inspect. Therefore, it is necessary to carefully check the condition of the clutch disc for any signs of damage or wear.

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  • 7. 

    What component on a clutch disc should you check for wear and rust

    • A.

      Bolts

    • B.

      Splines 

    • C.

      Surface plates

    • D.

      Pressure plate

    Correct Answer
    B. Splines 
    Explanation
    When checking a clutch disc for wear and rust, it is important to inspect the splines. Splines are the grooves or ridges on the clutch disc that engage with the transmission input shaft. Over time, these splines can wear down or become rusted, leading to a loss of engagement and slipping of the clutch. Therefore, checking the splines is crucial to ensure proper functioning of the clutch system.

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  • 8. 

    Good tool to measure clutch disc

    • A.

      Tape measure 

    • B.

      Mulitimeter 

    • C.

      Ruler

    • D.

      Slide caliper

    Correct Answer
    D. Slide caliper
    Explanation
    A slide caliper is a good tool to measure a clutch disc because it allows for precise and accurate measurements. It has a sliding jaw that can be adjusted to fit the disc's dimensions, and a scale or digital display that shows the measurement. This tool is commonly used in automotive applications and provides measurements in both inches and millimeters, making it suitable for measuring the thickness and diameter of a clutch disc.

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  • 9. 

    What component should you measure the flatness using a straightedge and feeler gauge

    • A.

      Pressure plate

    • B.

      Clutch disc

    • C.

      Flywheel

    • D.

      Splines

    Correct Answer
    A. Pressure plate
    Explanation
    To measure the flatness of a surface, a straightedge and a feeler gauge are commonly used. In the context of the question, the pressure plate is the component that should be measured for flatness using these tools. The pressure plate is an important part of the clutch assembly in a vehicle. It applies pressure to the clutch disc, allowing for smooth engagement and disengagement of the clutch. Ensuring that the pressure plate is flat is crucial for proper clutch operation and preventing issues such as slippage or uneven wear.

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  • 10. 

    What do you check on a pressure plates for bent or broken segments and even finger height

    • A.

      Surface

    • B.

      Bolt holes

    • C.

      Diaphragm spring fingers

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Diaphragm spring fingers
    Explanation
    When checking a pressure plate for bent or broken segments and even finger height, you specifically examine the diaphragm spring fingers. These are the components responsible for exerting pressure on the clutch disc, allowing for proper engagement and disengagement of the clutch. By inspecting the diaphragm spring fingers, you can ensure that they are in good condition and functioning correctly, thus ensuring the overall performance and longevity of the pressure plate.

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  • 11. 

    What component is located on a pressure plate

    • A.

      Diaphragm spring fingers

    • B.

      Bolt holes

    • C.

      Flywheel

    • D.

      Splines

    Correct Answer
    A. Diaphragm spring fingers
    Explanation
    Diaphragm spring fingers are located on a pressure plate. The diaphragm spring fingers are a crucial part of the pressure plate assembly in a clutch system. They are responsible for exerting pressure on the clutch disc, allowing it to engage and disengage with the flywheel. By applying force to the clutch disc, the diaphragm spring fingers enable smooth shifting and transfer of power between the engine and the transmission.

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  • 12. 

    Which components should you check for fraying, kinks, heat damage at exhaust manifold, damage a motor mount, and fasters to verify it is properly secure?

    • A.

      Cables 

    • B.

      Cable housing

    • C.

      Clutch cable

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Cables 
    Explanation
    To verify that the components are properly secure, you should check all of the above options, which include cables, cable housing, and clutch cable. Fraying, kinks, and heat damage at the exhaust manifold can indicate potential issues that need to be addressed. Damage to a motor mount can affect the stability and performance of the vehicle. Additionally, checking the fasteners ensures that all parts are securely attached, reducing the risk of any loose or detached components.

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  • 13. 

    When performing a visual inspection and fine no Miss routing or damage to the cables, what will be your next step?

    • A.

      ​​​​​​​Remove the release cable 

    • B.

      Inspect the clutch paddle and pedal stop

    • C.

      Check clutch pedal reserve

    • D.

      Pull transmission for clutch inspection

    Correct Answer
    B. Inspect the clutch paddle and pedal stop
    Explanation
    After performing a visual inspection and finding no misrouting or damage to the cables, the next step would be to inspect the clutch paddle and pedal stop. This is important because the clutch paddle and pedal stop can affect the overall performance and operation of the clutch system. By inspecting these components, any potential issues or wear can be identified and addressed, ensuring the proper functioning of the clutch.

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  • 14. 

    When adjusting "this" pedal, you must loosen the shaft nuts, pull up on the pedal, and tighten shaft nut to specifications. What pedal are you adjusting?

    • A.

      ​​​​​​​Acceleration pedal

    • B.

      Break pedal

    • C.

      Clutch Pedal

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. ​​​​​​​Acceleration pedal
    Explanation
    To adjust the "this" pedal, which is the acceleration pedal, you need to follow a specific process. First, you need to loosen the shaft nuts, then pull up on the pedal, and finally tighten the shaft nut to the specified specifications. This process is not applicable to the brake pedal or the clutch pedal, so the correct answer is the acceleration pedal.

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  • 15. 

    After clutch pedal adjustments if vehicle is slipping while driving, what would be you're next step.

    • A.

      Pull transmission out to inspect the clutch components

    • B.

      Vehicle has no problem

    • C.

      Install new clutch pedal quadrant and test for proper operation

    • D.

      Perform clutch pedal reserve measurement

    Correct Answer
    D. Perform clutch pedal reserve measurement
    Explanation
    If the vehicle is slipping while driving after clutch pedal adjustments, the next step would be to perform a clutch pedal reserve measurement. This involves measuring the amount of free play or reserve in the clutch pedal to ensure that it is within the manufacturer's specifications. If the clutch pedal reserve is not within the recommended range, it may indicate a problem with the clutch system that needs to be addressed.

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  • 16. 

    When performing a clutch pedal reserved measurement, which measuring tool should you use?

    • A.

      Ruler

    • B.

      Slide caliper

    • C.

      Measuring tape

    • D.

      Guess it

    Correct Answer
    C. Measuring tape
    Explanation
    When performing a clutch pedal reserved measurement, it is recommended to use a measuring tape. A measuring tape is a flexible tool that can accurately measure the length or distance of the clutch pedal reserve. It allows for precise measurements, ensuring that the clutch pedal reserve meets the required specifications. A ruler may not be suitable for this task as it is typically shorter and less flexible, while a slide caliper is designed for measuring thickness and may not be the most appropriate tool for measuring the length of the clutch pedal reserve.

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  • 17. 

    After checking clutch reserve measurements and find out that it's not within specifications, what should you do?

    • A.

      Replace the clutch release cable and test for proper operation 

    • B.

      Replace the clutch pedal assembly and test for proper operation

    • C.

      Replace the clutch disc and pressure plate and test for proper operation

    • D.

      Service transmission fluid and inspect for debris

    Correct Answer
    C. Replace the clutch disc and pressure plate and test for proper operation
    Explanation
    If the clutch reserve measurements are not within specifications, it indicates that there may be an issue with the clutch disc and pressure plate. Therefore, the appropriate action would be to replace the clutch disc and pressure plate and then test for proper operation. This will help to ensure that the clutch system functions correctly and efficiently.

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  • 18. 

    How is a car assembled?

    • A.

      Slip yoke, drive shaft, u-joint, axle assembly, axle shaft

    • B.

      Slip yoke, drive shaft, axle assembly, u-joint, axle shaft

    • C.

      Slip yoke, u-joint, drive shaft, axle shaft, axle assembly

    • D.

      Axle assembly, drive shaft, axle shaft, slip yoke, u-joint

    Correct Answer
    A. Slip yoke, drive shaft, u-joint, axle assembly, axle shaft
  • 19. 

    What transmits power to the wheels from the transmission?

    • A.

      Axle shaft 

    • B.

      Slip yoke

    • C.

      U-joint

    • D.

      Drive shaft

    Correct Answer
    D. Drive shaft
    Explanation
    The drive shaft is responsible for transmitting power from the transmission to the wheels. It is a long, cylindrical shaft that connects the transmission output shaft to the differential, which is then responsible for distributing power to the wheels. The drive shaft rotates at high speeds and is able to transfer torque and rotational force, allowing the wheels to turn and propel the vehicle forward.

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  • 20. 

    What kind of vehicle(car) has a transmission in the front and a driveshaft?

    • A.

      All-wheel drive (AWD) 

    • B.

      Front wheel drive (FWD)

    • C.

      Rear wheel drive (RWD)

    • D.

      Four-wheel drive (4WD)

    Correct Answer
    C. Rear wheel drive (RWD)
    Explanation
    A vehicle with a transmission in the front and a driveshaft is most likely a rear-wheel drive (RWD) car. In this configuration, the engine is located in the front of the vehicle and the power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a driveshaft. This setup provides better weight distribution, improved handling, and increased traction for acceleration. It is commonly found in sports cars and performance vehicles where the focus is on rear-wheel power delivery.

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  • 21. 

    What vehicle(car) has a half-shaft and transaxle

    • A.

      Rear wheel drive (RWD) 

    • B.

      Front wheel drive (FWD)

    • C.

      All-wheel drive (AWD)

    • D.

      Four-wheel drive (4WD)

    Correct Answer
    B. Front wheel drive (FWD)
    Explanation
    A front wheel drive (FWD) vehicle typically has a half-shaft and transaxle. In this configuration, the engine's power is transmitted to the front wheels through a transaxle, which combines the functions of a transmission and a differential. The half-shaft connects the transaxle to the front wheels, allowing them to receive power and propel the vehicle forward. This setup is commonly found in compact cars and other vehicles where space efficiency and weight distribution are important factors.

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  • 22. 

    What vehicle car has a front drive-shaft, transmission and rear drive-shaft?

    • A.

      Four-wheel drive and all wheel drive

    • B.

      Front wheel drive (FWD)

    • C.

      Rear wheel drive (RWD)

    • D.

      Side wheel drive (SWD)

    Correct Answer
    A. Four-wheel drive and all wheel drive
    Explanation
    Four-wheel drive and all wheel drive vehicles have a front drive-shaft, transmission, and rear drive-shaft. This means that power is distributed to all four wheels of the vehicle, providing better traction and control in various driving conditions. In contrast, front wheel drive vehicles only have a front drive-shaft, while rear wheel drive vehicles only have a rear drive-shaft. Side wheel drive is not a commonly used term in the automotive industry.

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  • 23. 

    Do vehicles have the same component set-up (driveshafts, transmissions, half shafts, transaxles, rear drive shaft, transmission, front drive shaft) for SUVs thats RWD, FWD, AWD, and 4WD?

    • A.

      Yes they do

    • B.

      No they dont

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes they do
    Explanation
    Vehicles do have the same component set-up for SUVs that are RWD, FWD, AWD, and 4WD. This means that the driveshafts, transmissions, half shafts, transaxles, rear drive shaft, transmission, and front drive shaft are all present in these different types of vehicles.

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  • 24. 

    Do trucks have FWD, RWD, 4WD, and AWD?

    • A.

      No only RWD and AWD 

    • B.

      No only FWD and 4WD

    • C.

      No only FWD and AWD

    • D.

      No only RWD and 4WD

    Correct Answer
    D. No only RWD and 4WD
    Explanation
    Trucks typically have either Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) or Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) systems. Rear-Wheel Drive means that power is transmitted to the rear wheels, providing better traction for heavy loads and off-road driving. Four-Wheel Drive, on the other hand, allows power to be sent to all four wheels simultaneously, improving traction in various terrains. Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) systems are more commonly found in passenger cars and smaller vehicles, as they prioritize fuel efficiency and maneuverability over heavy-duty capabilities. Therefore, the correct answer is that trucks have only RWD and 4WD options.

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  • 25. 

    Heavy Construction equipment uses which kind of drive

    • A.

      Four-wheel drive 

    • B.

      Front wheel drive

    • C.

      Rear wheel drive

    • D.

      All-wheel drive

    Correct Answer
    D. All-wheel drive
    Explanation
    All-wheel drive is the correct answer because heavy construction equipment requires the ability to operate efficiently and effectively on various terrains and in different weather conditions. All-wheel drive provides power to all four wheels simultaneously, allowing for better traction and control. This drive system distributes power evenly among all wheels, ensuring maximum stability and maneuverability, which is crucial for heavy construction equipment to perform its tasks safely and efficiently.

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  • 26. 

    Semi trucks uses rear wheel drive single or what?

    • A.

      Front wheel drive double 

    • B.

      Tandem axles

    • C.

      Four-wheel drive single

    • D.

      All-wheel drive single

    Correct Answer
    B. Tandem axles
    Explanation
    Semi trucks use tandem axles. Tandem axles refer to two sets of axles placed close together, allowing for better weight distribution and increased load capacity. This configuration is commonly used in heavy-duty vehicles like semi trucks to provide stability and support when carrying heavy loads.

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  • 27. 

    Technician a says the driveline used in cars can be RWD, FWD, AWD, or 4WD. Technician b says the driveline used on motorcycles can be RWD, FWD or chain and belt. Which technician is correct?

    • A.

      Technician a

    • B.

      Technician b

    • C.

      Both are correct

    • D.

      Neither are correct

    Correct Answer
    A. Technician a
    Explanation
    Technician a is correct because the driveline used in cars can indeed be RWD (Rear-Wheel Drive), FWD (Front-Wheel Drive), AWD (All-Wheel Drive), or 4WD (Four-Wheel Drive). This means that power can be transmitted to either the rear wheels, front wheels, all wheels, or all four wheels of a car. On the other hand, Technician b is incorrect because motorcycles typically use RWD or FWD, but they do not use chain and belt drivelines.

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  • 28. 

    Motorcycles use what?

    • A.

      Chain and belt

    • B.

      Front wheel drive

    • C.

      Rear wheel drive

    • D.

      Two wheel drive

    Correct Answer
    A. Chain and belt
    Explanation
    Motorcycles use a combination of chain and belt to transfer power from the engine to the rear wheel. The chain connects the engine's sprocket to the rear wheel's sprocket, while the belt is an alternative that provides a smoother and quieter operation. Both options are commonly used in motorcycles to ensure efficient power transmission and enable the rear wheel to rotate and propel the bike forward.

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  • 29. 

    What component is located normally inside the transmission (looks like a donut)?

    • A.

      Drive shaft 

    • B.

      Transfer case

    • C.

      Front differential

    • D.

      Torque converter

    Correct Answer
    D. Torque converter
    Explanation
    The torque converter is a component that is typically located inside the transmission and has a shape similar to a donut. It is responsible for transmitting power from the engine to the transmission, allowing for smooth and efficient operation. The torque converter uses fluid coupling to transfer power, allowing the engine to continue running even when the vehicle is at a stop.

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  • 30. 

    Transfers power to the differential case assembly?

    • A.

      Axle housing 

    • B.

      Pinion drive gear

    • C.

      Ring gear

    • D.

      Rear axle bearings

    Correct Answer
    C. Ring gear
    Explanation
    The ring gear transfers power to the differential case assembly. It is a large gear that is attached to the differential case and meshes with the pinion gear. As the pinion gear rotates, it engages with the ring gear, causing the ring gear to rotate. This rotation transfers power from the driveshaft to the differential case, which then distributes the power to the rear axle shafts and ultimately to the wheels. The ring gear plays a crucial role in transferring torque and allowing the wheels to rotate.

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  • 31. 

    Holds both wheels to turn individually when turning?

    • A.

      Rear axle bearings 

    • B.

      Rear drive axle

    • C.

      Differential case assembly

    • D.

      Side/spider gears

    Correct Answer
    D. Side/spider gears
    Explanation
    Side/spider gears are responsible for allowing both wheels to turn individually when turning. These gears are located inside the differential case assembly and are connected to the rear drive axle. When the vehicle turns, the side/spider gears allow the wheels to rotate at different speeds, accommodating for the different distances they travel during a turn. This ensures smooth and controlled turning of the vehicle. Rear axle bearings and the rear drive axle also play a role in supporting and transmitting power to the wheels, but they do not directly control the independent turning of the wheels.

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  • 32. 

    Holds the ring gear and other components that drive the rear axle?

    • A.

      Ring gear 

    • B.

      Differential case assembly

    • C.

      Pinion drive gear

    • D.

      Axle housing

    Correct Answer
    B. Differential case assembly
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Differential case assembly. The differential case assembly holds the ring gear and other components that drive the rear axle. It is responsible for distributing power evenly between the two wheels while allowing them to rotate at different speeds when turning. This assembly is an essential part of the rear axle system in a vehicle.

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  • 33. 

    Steel shaft that transfers torque from the differential assembly to the drive wheels?

    • A.

      Axle shaft

    • B.

      Side/spider gears

    • C.

      Ring gear

    • D.

      Rear drive axle

    Correct Answer
    D. Rear drive axle
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Rear drive axle." The rear drive axle is responsible for transferring torque from the differential assembly to the drive wheels. It consists of the axle shafts, which connect the differential to the drive wheels, allowing power to be transmitted to the wheels and enabling the vehicle to move forward or backward. The rear drive axle is an essential component in the drivetrain system of a vehicle.

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  • 34. 

    Ball or roller bearings that fit between the axles and the inside of the axle housing?

    • A.

      Axle housing 

    • B.

      Rear axle bearings

    • C.

      Ring gear

    • D.

      Pinion drive gear

    Correct Answer
    B. Rear axle bearings
    Explanation
    Rear axle bearings are ball or roller bearings that fit between the axles and the inside of the axle housing. These bearings allow the axles to rotate smoothly within the axle housing, reducing friction and wear. They also provide support and stability to the axles, ensuring proper alignment and preventing excessive movement. Therefore, rear axle bearings are essential components in the axle assembly, enabling efficient and reliable operation of the vehicle's rear wheels.

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  • 35. 

    Metal body that encloses and supports parts of the rear axle assembly?

    • A.

      Axle housing

    • B.

      Rear drive axles

    • C.

      Rear axle bearings

    • D.

      Differential cast assembly

    Correct Answer
    A. Axle housing
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Axle housing." Axle housing refers to the metal body that encloses and supports parts of the rear axle assembly. It provides protection and structural support for the rear axle components, such as the differential, axle shafts, and bearings. The axle housing is typically a sturdy and durable component that helps to maintain the proper alignment and functionality of the rear axle assembly.

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  • 36. 

    Allows wheels on the same axle to rotate at different speeds?

    • A.

      Transaxle 

    • B.

      Axle shaft

    • C.

      Axle assembly

    • D.

      Differential

    Correct Answer
    D. Differential
    Explanation
    The differential is a device that allows the wheels on the same axle to rotate at different speeds. This is necessary because when a vehicle turns, the outer wheel needs to travel a longer distance than the inner wheel. The differential allows the wheels to rotate at different speeds while still receiving power from the engine. It consists of gears that distribute torque to the wheels based on their individual speeds, ensuring smooth and efficient operation.

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  • 37. 

    On 4 wheel drive vehicles, where is the axle/differential assembly located?

    • A.

      Same place as a all-wheel drive 

    • B.

      The same as a rear wheel drive

    • C.

      Same place as the transmission axle assembly (transaxle)

    • D.

      Four-wheel drives don't have transmissions and not transaxles

    Correct Answer
    C. Same place as the transmission axle assembly (transaxle)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Same place as the transmission axle assembly (transaxle)". This means that on 4 wheel drive vehicles, the axle/differential assembly is located in the same place as the transmission axle assembly, which is commonly referred to as a transaxle. This indicates that the axle and differential are integrated with the transmission, allowing power to be transferred to all four wheels of the vehicle.

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  • 38. 

    If a 2 wheel drive has one axle, how many axles does a four-wheel drive have?

    • A.

      3 axles

    • B.

      2 axles

    • C.

      5 axles

    • D.

      7 axles

    Correct Answer
    B. 2 axles
    Explanation
    A two-wheel drive vehicle has one axle, which means that the power is only transferred to two wheels. On the other hand, a four-wheel drive vehicle also has two axles, but the power is transferred to all four wheels. This allows for better traction and control, especially in off-road or slippery conditions. Therefore, the correct answer is 2 axles.

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  • 39. 

    Rear wheel drives have which of these components

    • A.

      Drive shaft and rear axle

    • B.

      Torque converter or clutch

    • C.

      Transmission and differential

    • D.

      All of the above 

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above 
    Explanation
    All of the above components are found in rear wheel drives. A drive shaft and rear axle are necessary for transferring power from the engine to the rear wheels. A torque converter or clutch is needed to engage and disengage the engine's power to the transmission. The transmission is responsible for shifting gears, while the differential allows the rear wheels to rotate at different speeds when turning. Therefore, all of these components are essential in rear wheel drives.

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  • 40. 

    Front wheel drives normally have which components?

    • A.

      Torque converter or clutch

    • B.

      Transaxle with transmission and differential

    • C.

      Half shaft and hub assembly

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Front wheel drives normally have all of the above components. A torque converter or clutch is used to transmit power from the engine to the transaxle, which contains the transmission and differential. The half shafts and hub assembly are responsible for transferring power from the transaxle to the front wheels. Therefore, all of these components are typically found in front wheel drive vehicles.

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  • 41. 

    All wheel drive/four-wheel drive normally has which components

    • A.

      Torque converter or clutch

    • B.

      Transmission or transaxle

    • C.

      Transfer case and drive shaft assembies

    • D.

      Axle shaft and half shafts

    • E.

      Differential assembly

    • F.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    F. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above." All wheel drive/four-wheel drive systems typically include a torque converter or clutch, a transmission or transaxle, transfer case and drive shaft assemblies, axle shaft and half shafts, and a differential assembly. These components work together to distribute power to all four wheels, providing improved traction and handling in various driving conditions.

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  • 42. 

    What kind of transmission has a crank assembly, pressure plate, and shifter?

    • A.

      Continuously variable transmission (CVT) 

    • B.

      Automatic transmission

    • C.

      Manual transmission

    • D.

      Chain and belt

    Correct Answer
    C. Manual transmission
    Explanation
    A manual transmission is the correct answer because it is the type of transmission that typically has a crank assembly, pressure plate, and shifter. In a manual transmission, the driver manually selects and engages the gears using the shifter. The crank assembly and pressure plate are components that are part of the clutch system, which is used to engage and disengage the engine's power from the transmission.

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  • 43. 

    Manual transmission have manual gear selection using shifter and clutch. Also how many forwarding gears?

    • A.

      4 to 8 forward gears

    • B.

      2 to 4 forward gears

    • C.

      3 to 6 forwarding gears

    • D.

      5 to 10 forwarding gears

    Correct Answer
    C. 3 to 6 forwarding gears
    Explanation
    Manual transmissions have manual gear selection using a shifter and clutch. The number of forward gears in a manual transmission can vary, typically ranging from 3 to 6. This means that the driver can manually shift through these gears to control the speed and power of the vehicle. The specific number of gears may vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle.

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  • 44. 

    What kind of converter does a automatic transmission have?

    • A.

      Torque converter

    • B.

      Clutch converter

    • C.

      Gear converter

    • D.

      Axle converter

    Correct Answer
    A. Torque converter
    Explanation
    The correct answer is torque converter. In an automatic transmission, the torque converter is responsible for transferring power from the engine to the transmission. It uses fluid coupling to transmit torque, allowing the engine to continue running even when the vehicle is at a complete stop. This allows for smooth and seamless gear shifting without the need for a clutch pedal. The torque converter also provides torque multiplication, which helps in starting the vehicle from a standstill and during acceleration.

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  • 45. 

    What does a torque converter do

    • A.

      Determines what temperature the car is Automatically switch gears

    • B.

      Makes it easier to manually switch gears

    • C.

      Assist the brake system

    • D.

      Automatically switch gears

    Correct Answer
    D. Automatically switch gears
    Explanation
    A torque converter is a fluid coupling device that allows a vehicle's engine to spin independently of the transmission. It uses hydraulic principles to transfer power from the engine to the transmission, allowing the vehicle to smoothly and efficiently change gears. This eliminates the need for the driver to manually switch gears, as the torque converter automatically adjusts the gear ratios based on the vehicle's speed and load.

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  • 46. 

    Typically how many forward gears does an automatic transmission have?

    • A.

      2 to 6 forward gears

    • B.

      3 to 6 forward gears

    • C.

      4 to 8 Forward gears

    • D.

      8 to 4 forward gears

    Correct Answer
    A. 2 to 6 forward gears
    Explanation
    Automatic transmissions typically have 2 to 6 forward gears. This means that the transmission can shift between these gears automatically without the need for the driver to manually shift. The specific number of gears can vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle. Having multiple gears allows the transmission to optimize engine performance and fuel efficiency at different speeds and driving conditions.

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  • 47. 

    Continuously variable transmission (CVT) has what kind of design

    • A.

      Pulley design

    • B.

      Hydraulic design

    • C.

      Toroidal design

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because continuously variable transmission (CVT) can have different designs, including pulley, hydraulic, and toroidal designs. Each design has its own advantages and disadvantages, but they all serve the purpose of providing smooth and seamless gear ratio changes without distinct gear shifts.

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  • 48. 

    What word is this sentence trying to describe; Simply a force acting on something from a distance (i.e. a piston pushing down on a crankshaft, using that leverage to rotate it)

    • A.

      Horsepower 

    • B.

      Torque

    • C.

      Front wheel drive

    • D.

      Planetary gear sets

    Correct Answer
    B. Torque
    Explanation
    The sentence is describing a force acting on something from a distance, specifically using leverage to rotate it. This is the definition of torque, which is the correct answer. Horsepower refers to the power produced by an engine, front wheel drive refers to a type of vehicle propulsion system, and planetary gear sets are a type of gear arrangement.

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  • 49. 

    What do you get when you multiply torque by RPM, or measure how quickly an engine can establish a certain amount of work?

    • A.

      Horsepower

    • B.

      Torque

    • C.

      RPM

    • D.

      Fluid levels

    Correct Answer
    A. Horsepower
    Explanation
    When you multiply torque by RPM, you get horsepower. Horsepower is a unit of measurement that represents the rate at which work is done. It combines the rotational force (torque) with the speed at which the engine is operating (RPM) to determine the power output of the engine. So, horsepower is a measure of how quickly an engine can establish a certain amount of work.

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  • 50. 

    Is it true that front wheel drive drivetrain includes torque converter or clutch, transaxle, and half shaft

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    A front-wheel-drive drivetrain does indeed include a torque converter or clutch, transaxle, and half shaft. The torque converter or clutch is responsible for transmitting power from the engine to the transaxle, which combines the functions of a transmission and axle. The transaxle then transfers power to the half shafts, which connect the transaxle to the front wheels. This arrangement allows the engine's power to be delivered to the front wheels, enabling the vehicle to move forward.

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