The purpose of the braking system is to....
reduce the speed of the vehicle
transmit drive to the road wheels
change the direction of the vehicle
disconnect the drive from the engine.
The purpose of the section of the wheel indicated by the arrow is to...
allow the tyre to run flat.
allow the tyre to be removed.
ensure the tyre inflates quickly.
prevent the tyre being punctured.
The tool shown is used to...
check tread depths.
balance road wheels.
measure tyre pressures.
remove balance weights.
When measuring steering geometry with the aid of turntables, the vehicle must be...
higher at the rear.
on a level surface.
higher at the front.
carrying maximum load.
After replacing front discs and pads, a vehicle should be tested for...
pulling up smoothly when braking.
hunting when braking.
slipping when accelerating.
wandering when cornering.
One function of a rear suspension damper is to...
push the tyre towards the road.
stop the spring compressing.
reduce the spring oscillations.
hold the swinging arm centrally.
Which one of the following steering angles assists the road wheel to travel straight?
Swivel axis inclination.
Brake fluid deteriorates over time as it
becomes more viscous.
Compliance bushes fitted to a suspension component are usually made from...
The main factor affecting vehicle stopping distance is the...
diameter of the master cylinder and wheel cylinders piston.
air and fluid pressure difference across the servo piston.
friction between the tyre tread and the road surface.
maximum pressure acting through the brake fluid.
The Ackerman Principle allows..........
Cars to straighten up automatically after turning.
The inside wheels to turn a greater distance than the outside wheels when turning.
The inside wheels to turn less distance than the outside wheels when turning.
Maintain a constant turning speed and ensure that both wheels turn at the same speed when turning.
The images show.....
King Pin Inclination (KPI)
The image show
Track rod end.
The image shows.....
Track Rod End.
Rack and Pinion Gaiter.
Camber will wear the tyres at what point?
On the side wall only.
At the outer edges of the tyre.
At the rims.
Along the center of the tyre.