ASE B3 Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair Practice Test

Our ASE B3 non-structural analysis & damage repair practice exam will test your knowledge with questions and answers on processes like preparation, outer body panel repairs, metal finishing, body filling, glass, hardware, welding, plastic repair and more.

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Answers:

1. Bent roof frame

2. Both A and B

3. B only

4. Both A and B

5. Letting it cool naturally

6. Both A and B

7. Recover the refrigerant and remove the condenser

8. A only

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Answers:

1. Bent roof frame

2. Both A and B

3. B only

4. Both A and B

5. Letting it cool naturally

6. Both A and B

7. Recover the refrigerant and remove the condenser

8. A only

#1. When closing a convertible top, the driver’s side has a larger gap than the passenger’s side before locking in place. Which of these could be the cause?

Bent roof frame is correct

#2. A damaged steel door outer panel (skin) is being replaced. Technician A says that the damaged panel could be removed by grinding away the outer edge with a disc grinder. Technician B says that the new panel could be attached by tack welding. Who is right?

both A and B is correct

#3. A damaged steel fender has been roughed out and prepared for plastic filler. Technician A says that a metal conditioner should be applied to the base metal areas to improve filler adhesion. Technician B says that all paint should be removed from the damaged area to improve filler adhesion. Who is right?

b only is correct

#4. Technician A says that electronic modules within 12 inches of a weld site should be removed. Technician B says that an electrostatic discharge strap (EDS) should be worn when handling electronic modules. Who is right?

both a and b is correct

#5. After high-strength steel is heated, it should be cooled by:

letting it cool naturally is correct

#6. Technician A says that the gas flow rate must be regulated before using a GMAW (MIG) welder. Technician B says that the wire speed must be adjusted before using a GMAW (MIG) welder. Who is right?

both a and b is correct

#7. A fully charged A/C condenser is undamaged. However, it is blocking repair access to the damaged radiator core support. The technician should:

recover the refrigerant and remove the condenser is correct

#8. Cracks in a thermoplastic bumper fascia are to be repaired. Technician A says that the repairs can be made with a plastic welder. Technician B says that the repairs can be made with a structural adhesive. Who is right?

a only is correct

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