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Quiz 21 :

Chassis Service and Wheel Alignment

Quiz 21 :

Chassis Service and Wheel Alignment

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A suspension system is a special tool for squeezing the spring coils to reduce their height.
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Power steering uses hydraulic or electric energy to reduce the amount of effort required to turn the steering wheel.
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The major parts of a modern suspension system include all of the following EXCEPT:
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Toe is the difference in the distance between the front and rear of the left- and right-hand wheels.
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____ prevent minor engine vibrations and noise from being transferred into the body.
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Sheared plastic pins on a collapsible steering shaft are easy to detect with a visual inspection.
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On the typical 4WD vehicle, a transfer case is used to send power to the front and rear axles.
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A steering effort check involves measuring how far the steering wheel can be rotated without causing front wheel or tire movement.
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Negative camber means the top of the wheel is tilted out when viewed from the front.
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The drivetrain typically includes all of the assemblies that send power to the drive wheels, except the engine.
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All of the following are basic parts of a typical internal combustion piston engine EXCEPT:
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While having a discussion, Technician A says that a popping or clicking noise when turning an axle indicates inadequate lubrication in the inner or CV joint.Technician B says that it indicates excessive play in the inboard joint.Who is correct?
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A rear axle assembly is a unit within the drive axle assembly that uses gears to allow different amounts of torque (turning force) to be applied to each drive wheel while the vehicle is making a turn.
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The electric-assist power steering motors can be located on the rack and pinion or on the subframe.
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Twin I-beam axles allow each front wheel to absorb bumps and road irregularities independently, while providing sturdy, simple construction.
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Bolts that are tightened with any additional tightening angle are considered one-time use fasteners.
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A ____ is a device used to couple and uncouple engine power to a manual transmission or transaxle.
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The ____, either a worm or rack-and-pinion type, changes the wheel rotation into side movement for turning the wheels.
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There are two basic types of CV-joint applications found on RWD unibody vehicles: independent rear suspension and solid axle housing.
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A ____ is a long tube that transfers power from the transmission to the rear axle assembly.
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