ASE Suspension and steering
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  • Question 1
    120 seconds
    Q. The rear tires on a vehicle with independent rear suspension are worn on the inside tread. Which of the following is MOST likely the cause of this condition?
    answer choices
    The toe.
    Underinflated tires.
    The caster.
    None of the above.
  • Question 2
    120 seconds
    Q. On cold mornings, the warning lamp on a vehicle with a TPMS tire pressure monitoring system stays illuminated for several minutes before it goes out. Which of these is MOST likely the cause of this condition.
    answer choices
    Clogged TPMS sensor.
    Worn tread on one of the tires.
    TPMS initialization.
    Low tire pressure.
  • Question 3
    120 seconds
    Q. A front wheel drive vehicle is pulling to the left. Loose engine cradle bolts are noticed during the initial inspection. Technician A says loose engine cradle bolts will cause a vibration, but have no affect on the vehicle's steering system. Technician B says if the engine cradle is not centered before fastening the bolts, the wheel alignment angles will be affected. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 4
    120 seconds
    Q. Two technicians are discussing an electronic air suspension system. Technician A says the suspension switch must be turned off before lifting the vehicle. Technician B says to use soapy water to visually inspect this system for leaks. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 5
    120 seconds
    Q. Loose tie rods are discovered during the initial inspection of a vehicle's steering linkage. Technician A says loose tie rods will cause a clunking or popping noise while turning. Technician B says loose tie rods will result in constant steering correction and vehicle wander. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 6
    120 seconds
    Q. Technician A says a directional tire must be kept on the same side of the vehicle during a tire rotation. Technician B says tire inflation pressure is considered cold as long as the vehicle has been driven less than ten miles. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 7
    120 seconds
    Q. Technician A says two different size tires on the rear of a vehicle will illuminate the amber ABS light. Technician B says the 60 in P225/60R16 89H indicates the tire's section width. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 8
    120 seconds
    Q. A vehicle's right front wheel is making a growling noise that increases with vehicle speed. All of these will result in this condition EXCEPT:
    answer choices
    Excessive caster.
    Cupped tire tread.
    Worn struts
    Worn wheel bearing.
  • Question 9
    120 seconds
    Q. Technician A says the vehicle in the chart above is within specifications. Technician B says the vehicle's front toe is out of specifications. Tire wear will result from this condition. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 10
    120 seconds
    Q. A vehicle has excessive body sway while cornering. Which of the following is MOST likely causing this condition.
    answer choices
    A binding ball joint.
    A worn idler arm.
    Worn control arm bushings.
    Worn stabilizer bar bushings.
  • Question 11
    120 seconds
    Q. After replacing a tapered ball joint the technician loosens the castle nut just enough to install the cotter pin. Technician A says this procedure keeps the ball joint from binding. Technician B says a binding ball joint will result in memory steer. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 12
    120 seconds
    Q. Technician A says that loose power steering rack bushings result in vehicle wander. Technician B says worn rack bushings cause changes in toe. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 13
    120 seconds
    Q. There is noticeable wear on the left front tire of a rear wheel drive vehicle. The technician suspects the camber angle is out of specification. All these characteristics of camber are true EXCEPT:
    answer choices
    Negative camber causes wear on the tires inside tread.
    An out of specification camber angle will result in a steering pull condition.
    The vehicle will pull to the side with the most positive camber.
    Camber is not included in the included angle.
  • Question 14
    120 seconds
    Q. Technician A says a vehicle with torsion bar suspension can be adjusted to repair ride height. Technician B says on some vehicles, torsion bars are used in place of coil springs. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 15
    120 seconds
    Q. A vehicle feels bouncy and is oscillating at highway speeds. The vehicle's shock absorbers may be faulty. Technician A says it is acceptable for a slight film to appear on the shock absorber's shaft. Technician B says a small drip of oil appearing from the shock absorber's chamber is acceptable. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 16
    120 seconds
    Q. Two technicians are discussing excessive wear on the inside tread of a tire. Technician A says an out of specification caster angle will cause this type of wear. Technician B says an out of specification camber angle will cause this type of wear. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 17
    120 seconds
    Q. The vehicle in the alignment chart pulls to the right. Technician A says this is because a vehicle will pull to the side with the most camber. Technician B says this is because the vehicle's caster angle is out of specifications. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 18
    120 seconds
    Q. A technician is unable to balance a tire and has added weights in several places around the rim. Technician A says to continue adding weights up to 10 ounces. Technician B says to dismount the tire from the rim and inspect the inside for liquid or debris. Who is correct?
    answer choices
    Technician A only
    Technician B only
    Both Technician A and B
    Neither Technician A nor B
  • Question 19
    120 seconds
    Q. The vehicle in the alignment chart above has excessive shimmy above 45 mph. The MOST likely cause of this condition is:
    answer choices
    Camber.
    Wheel Balance.
    Toe.
    Caster.
  • Question 20
    120 seconds
    Q. The LEAST likely to result in memory steer is a binding:
    answer choices
    Ball joint.
    Steering gear.
    Upper strut mount.
    Wheel bearing.
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