A5 Brakes Q & A

1. All of these are true about the metering valve except: A It is used on vehicles with front disc and rear drum brakes. B It is a height sensing device. C It gives the rear brakes a chance to over come the springs and engage with the front brakes. D It is often part of the combination valve. Answer… Read More

A4 Steering and Suspension Q & A

1. Two technicians are discussing the thrust angle of a vehicle. Technician A says a broken leaf spring will effect a vehicles thrust angle. Technician B says this will affect the centering of the steering wheel. Who is correct? A Technician A B Technician B C Both A and B D Neither Technician A or B Answer C is correct.… Read More

A3 Manual Transmissions Q & A

1. The bushing in the extension housing on a transmission is worn on one side. Technician A says this could be caused by binding U-joints. Technician B says this is more likely caused by excessive output shaft end-play. Who is correct? A Technician A B Technician B C Both A and B D Neither Technician A or B Answer A.… Read More

A2 Automatic Transmissions Q & A

1. A vibration occurs while driving a vehicle with an automatic transmission at normal speeds. This vibration does not occur during a stall test. Which of these is the cause. A Torque Converter B Drive Shaft C Crankshaft Main Bearing D EPC Solenoid Answer B is correct. The vehicles drive shaft will be held stationary during a stall test. 2.… Read More

ASE L1 Advanced Engine Performance Q & A Part 1

ASE Practice Test Questions & Answers with Explanation 1. The fuel control system on the composite vehicle remains in open loop at all times. Technician A says that a faulty IAT sensor could be the problem. Technician B says this could be a loose connection at ECM oxygen sensor signal pin terminal. Who is correct? A. Technician A only B.… Read More

A-1 Engine Repair Q & A

1. A vacuum gauge is connected to the intake manifold of an engine. The needle fluctuates between (15 in. and 20 in. Hg) at idle. This reading indicates: A. A normal condition. B. Late ignition or valve timing. C. A sticking valve or misfire. D. A restricted exhaust system. Answer C is correct. If the gauge readings fluctuate between (15… Read More