What is this a picture of?
What does SRS mean?
Safety Restraint Systems
Supplementary Restraint System
Strong Restraint System
Safety Restraining Seatbelts
What does the term VIN stand for?
Vehicle Ident Number
Vehicle Insurance Number
Vehicle Identifier Number
Vehicle Identification Number
What does the acronym MET stand for?
Measure End Trim
Master Electrical Terminal
Mechanical Electrical Trim
Most Easy Test
Pine tree clip
Oak tree clip
Birch tree clip
Who should you report to if you damage a panel whilst repairing it?
The business owner
The insurance company
What panel is highlighted in the picture?
How should you store a tailgate?
Wrapped in bubblewrap
On a trestle in the workshop
On a large area of the vehicle e.g. bonnet
Protected from damage and in a designated area
What body style is this vehicle?
5 door Saloon
5 door Estate
4 door Hatchback
On a metric bolt the distance between the threads is called what?
What is this?
Which of the following is a rear quarter panel?
Degrees Celsius is a measurement of?
What is another term for pulling strength
What would be an indication of an incorrectly fitted door?
Uneven panel gap
Door not locking
Rattling noise from door when test driving
All of the above
4 Door saloon
5 Door saloon
4 Door hatch back
4 door sports
What does the picture show examples of?
Internal washer cutouts
Shake proof washers
Self tightening washers
External washer cutouts
Why might a shake proof washer be used?
In area where a normal washer can't be used
When the bolt has a hex head
In an area of high vibration
In a tight space
Why might a counter sunk screw be used?
As the head will sit flush with the object it is securing
They are cheaper
They are longer
They aren't used
What is the picture of?
Counter sunk screw
Over sunk screw
External hex head screw
Counter sunk nut
Ductility is what?
The ability to be elastic under tensile stress
The ability to be plastic under compressive stress
The ability of a material to be plastic under tensile stress
The ability of a material to be elastic under compressive stress
Malleability is the ability of a material to be what?
Plastic under compressive stress
Elastic under compressive stress
Plastic under tensile stress
Elastic under tensile stress
Plasticity is a measurement of a materials ability to do what?
Return to its original shape after deformation
Retain its new shape after deformation
Elasticity is a measurement of what?
A materials ability to return to its original shape after load has been removed
A materials ability to keep its new shape after load has been removed
This captive nut/speed fastener is what type?
This captive nut/Speed fastener is what type?
How might you check a door/tailgate for water leaks?
High pressure water from top to bottom
Low pressure water from top to bottom
High pressure water from bottom to top
Low pressure water from bottom to top
A bonnet isn't in line with the wings; what might you need to do?
Use rubber adjusters under the bonnet
Slacken hinge bolts and re-adjust
How might a tail gate be adjusted?
In and Out
Left and Right
Up and Down