ASE A5 Brakes Mechanic Practice Test

Study for your auto mechanic technician certification exams with our online ASE A-5 brakes practice test. Test your knowledge of common auto braking system repair and maintenance parts and tasks. Find a mechanic school near you.

Results

You passed! Nicely done. correct answers: 1. internal master cylinder leak 2. metering valve 3. neither a nor b 4. excessive rotor turnout 5. replace the rotor 6. replace the leaking line with double-flared steel tubing. 7. failed master cylinder 8. neither a nor b
Well, that's why I added a link to the study guide 🙂 correct answers: 1. internal master cylinder leak 2. metering valve 3. neither a nor b 4. excessive rotor turnout 5. replace the rotor 6. replace the leaking line with double-flared steel tubing. 7. failed master cylinder 8. neither a nor b

#1. The brake pedal on a vehicle with power-assisted disc/drum brakes moves slowly to the floor during braking. Which of these could be the cause?

#2. On a vehicle with disc/drum brakes, the front brakes grab quickly when light pedal pressure is applied. This could be caused by a failed:

#3. On a vehicle with single piston, floating caliper disc brakes, the brake pad against the piston is badly worn. The other brake pad is only slightly worn. Technician A says that too much rotor runout could be the cause. Technician B says that a frozen caliper piston could be the cause. Who is right?

#4. When the brakes are applied, a vibration comes from the front of a vehicle with a disc/drum system. Which of these could be the cause?

the correct answer is excessive rotor runout

#5. A front disc brake rotor is slightly below minimum thickness specification after machining. The technician should:

the correct answer is replace the rotor

#6. A hydraulic brake line is leaking. Which of these is the correct repair?

the correct answer is replace the leaking line with double-flared steel tubing.

#7. The drag on a vehicle’s drum brakes increases after each application until they lock up. Bleeding the system restores normal operation for a short time; then drag increases until the brakes lock up again. Which of these could be the cause?

the correct answer is failed master cylinder

#8. With the brakes applied, the pedal moves down slightly when the engine is started on a vehicle with power brakes. Technician A says that a leaking power brake booster diaphragm could be the cause. Technician B says that a stuck-closed brake booster vacuum check valve could be the cause. Who is right?

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Questions and answers include information about, you guessed it, the brake system and are based on the official study guide referenced below.

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This is not an official test it is a practice test based on the official study guide. Use it for entertainment purposes only.