Wheels & Tyres Phase Test 1

Paul Allen
Quiz by Paul Allen, updated more than 1 year ago
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Initial Phase test

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Question 1

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If new tyres had been fitted to a vehicle, what would indicate that they hadn’t been dynamically balanced?
Answer
  • Steering vibration at 40 – 50 mph
  • Steering wheel not straight
  • Poor engine performance
  • Brakes working hard

Question 2

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Tyre soap is used to?
Answer
  • Help the bead slip over the rim
  • Extend the working life of the tyre
  • Lock the tyre onto the wheel rim
  • Clean the tyre bead

Question 3

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The part of the machine arrowed is used to?
Answer
  • Remove the wheel weights
  • Break the tyre bead
  • Clamp the wheel rim
  • Inflate the tyre

Question 4

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The markings TWI found on a tyre side wall refers to?
Answer
  • Tyre wear indicator
  • Tread wear indicator
  • Tyre wheel information
  • Tyre weight information

Question 5

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What type of tyre construction is this?
Answer
  • Crossply
  • Tubed
  • Bias belted
  • Radial

Question 6

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The part of the rim arrowed is designed for what purpose?
Answer
  • To allow removal of the tyre
  • To keep the tyre on the rim
  • To provide a good seal
  • To help with inflation of the tyre

Question 7

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A tyre marked185/60 R14 84H. In relation to the diagram what number would represent 60?
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  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 8

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The correct way to dispose of waste tyres should be to?
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  • Return to manufacturer
  • Burn
  • Bury in the ground
  • Store correctly until a licensed waste carrier can remove them

Question 9

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From the diagram, what would the arrowed sections represent?
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  • 10,000 miles of wear left
  • 3mm of tread
  • 1.6mm of tread, legally requires replacing
  • 1mm of tread illegal

Question 10

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The part of the machine arrowed is used to?
Answer
  • Remove the wheel weights
  • Break the tyre bead
  • Clamp the wheel rim
  • Inflate the tyre

Question 11

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When are you most likely to use this type of tyre?
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  • Motorway driving
  • Off roading
  • Rain
  • General road use

Question 12

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What type of tyre construction is this?
Answer
  • Radial
  • Tubed
  • Bias belted
  • Crossply

Question 13

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A visual inspection would likely show?
Answer
  • Wear on a tyre tread
  • Thickness of a spacer
  • Brake disc runout
  • Clearance between camshaft lobe and follower

Question 14

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When road testing a vehicle after fitting new tyres, the technician should check the vehicle for?
Answer
  • Smooth driving conditions
  • Vehicle bouncing too much
  • Steering operation
  • Engine misfire

Question 15

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A torque wrench is used to tighten wheel nuts because?
Answer
  • They come loose
  • Double vibration will be heard
  • Brakes will not work
  • Steering will wander

Question 16

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Wheels that are fitted to only go in one direction should not be?
Answer
  • Switched front to back
  • Switched side to side
  • Should not be fitted
  • Can only be fitted by a specialist

Question 17

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When removing a wheel from a vehicle you must?
Answer
  • Remove air from the tyre
  • Torque the wheel nuts
  • Support the weight of the vehicle
  • Loosen the brakes

Question 18

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What does the R in 185/65 R 14 stand for?
Answer
  • Range
  • Road
  • Radius
  • Radial

Question 19

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The purpose of this tool is to?
Answer
  • Remove dirt from the tread
  • Remove the whole valve assembly
  • Check the tread depth
  • Remove the valve core

Question 20

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Oval bolt holes in a wheel indicate?
Answer
  • Special nuts are used
  • The wheel has been over tightened
  • The wheel has been run loose
  • It is a space saver wheel
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