ASE A6 Electrical System Mechanic Practice Test

This ASE A-6 electronics auto mechanic practice test will test your knowledge of common auto electrical system repair and maintenance procedures. Find a mechanic school near you.

Results

You are a Champion. Correct answers: 1. Charging circuit voltage drop 2. A only 3. An open circuit in the driver’s side master control switch 4. Point X and the negative probe to ground 5. A only 6. Both A and B 7. A only 8. A failed starter relay 9. An open solenoid hold-in winding
Click the study guide and try again. No quarter required for re-play. Correct answers: 1. Charging circuit voltage drop 2. A only 3. An open circuit in the driver’s side master control switch 4. Point X and the negative probe to ground 5. A only 6. Both A and B 7. A only 8. A failed starter relay 9. An open solenoid hold-in winding

#1. In the charging system shown, with the engine running, the digital multimeter (DMM) will display:

the correct answer is charging circuit voltage drop

#2. The oil pressure light stays on whenever the engine is running. The oil pressure has been checked and is at specification. Technician A says that a ground in the circuit between the indicator light and the pressure switch could be the cause. Technician B says that an open in the pressure switch could be the cause. Who is right?

the correct answer is A only

#3. The passenger side power window operates properly when using the passenger side control switch, but the window will operate in the DOWN position only when using the driver’s side master control switch. Which of these could be the cause?

the correct answer is an open circuit in the driver’s side master control switch

#4. The bulb in the circuit shown does not light. To find the actual voltage at the bulb, the technician should touch the positive probe of the voltmeter to:

the correct answer is point X and the negative probe to ground

#5. Technician A says that if a fusible link in the alternator charging circuit is replaced with system sized wire, the circuit will be unprotected. Technician B says that if a fusible link in the alternator charging circuit is replaced with system sized wire, the battery will overcharge. Who is right?

the correct answer is A only

#6. A starter solenoid clicks but the starter does not crank the engine. Technician A says that burned solenoid contacts could be the cause. Technician B says that a poor battery cable connection could be the cause. Who is right?

the correct answer is both A and B

#7. The horns in the circuit shown operate only when a jumper wire is connected between terminals 30 and 87 of the horn relay. Technician A says that a failed horn relay could be the cause. Technician B says that a short-to-ground in the circuit between the horn relay and the horn switch could be the cause. Who is right?

the correct answer is A only

#8. Any of these could cause high starter current draw EXCEPT:

the correct answer is a failed starter relay

#9. The starter will not crank and the solenoid does not click on a vehicle with an automatic transmission. Any of these could be the cause EXCEPT

the correct answer is an open solenoid hold-in winding

finish

 

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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.

3 Comments

  1. Wisdom nyirongo

    This is really helpful…. Thanks

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