Auto Body Repair Technology

Trade & Technology

Quiz 17 :

Bodyframe Damage Measurement

Quiz 17 :

Bodyframe Damage Measurement

Question Type
search
arrow
A(n) ____ is an imaginary flat surface parallel to the underbody of the vehicle at some fixed distance from the underbody.
Free
Multiple Choice
Answer:

Answer:

A

Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
While having a discussion, Technician A says that the most frequent order of occurrence of damage is: side-sway, sag, mash, diamond, and twist.Technician B says that sag and side-away frequently occur almost simultaneously.Who is correct?
Free
Multiple Choice
Answer:

Answer:

C

Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
____ is a condition where the cowl or another area of the vehicle is lower than normal.
Free
Multiple Choice
Answer:

Answer:

A

Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Frontal unibody damage results from a head-on collision with another object or vehicle.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Rubber body mounts increase the effects of road shocks traveling from the frame to the body.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
The center plane, or centerline, divides the vehicle into two equal halves: the passenger side and the driver's side.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Tram gauges are metal rods used to check for misalignment.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
The ____ used in manufacturing are not necessarily the same as the reference points the collision repair technician uses to measure the vehicle.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
____ is a condition where one corner of the car is higher than normal; the opposite corner might be lower than normal.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
____ is a condition where one side of the car has been moved to the rear or front causing the frame and/or body to be out of square.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
The term reference points refer to the points, bolts, holes, and so on, used to give unibody and frame dimensions in body specification sheets.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
During a head-on collision with a barrier at 30 miles per hour (mph) or 48 kilometers per hour (km/h), the engine compartment compacts by about 30 to 40 percent of its length.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Side-sway damage is a condition in which one corner of the car is higher than normal; the opposite corner may be lower than normal.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
____ is present when any section or frame member of the car is shorter than factory specifications.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
To provide some control on secondary damage distortion and to provide a much safer compartment for passengers, a unibody vehicle is designed with crush zones or areas at the front and rear.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
____ is present when the front, center, or rear portion of the vehicle is pushed out of alignment by a side impact.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Rear unibody damage occurs when the vehicle is moving backward and hits something or is hit by another vehicle from behind.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
Sag is present when any section or frame member of the vehicle is shorter than the factory specification.
True False
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
____ are special tools used to check specific frame and body points.
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
arrow
While having a discussion, Technician A says that sag damage usually occurs when the vehicle is struck off-center.Technician B says that diamond damage usually occurs when the vehicle is struck off-center.Who is correct?
Multiple Choice
Answer:
Tags
Choose question tag
close menu
Showing 1 - 20 of 39