ASE B5 Mechanical and Electrical Component Practice Test

The ASE B-5 mechanical and electrical component test will check your knowledge of suspension and steering, electrical, brakes, heating and air conditioning, engine cooling systems, drive train, and other systems electrical and mechanical components.

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#1 After collision repairs, a unitized body vehicle with rack and pinion steering binds when turning right. Which of these could be the cause?

A bent rack gear is correct

#2 Technician A says that a bent MacPherson strut rod can be seen when it is rotated from the top. Technician B says that a bent MacPherson strut rod can cause a toe problem. Who is right?

Both a and b is correct

#3 Technician A says that the coolant recovery system keeps excess coolant from being lost. Technician B says that the coolant recovery system returns coolant when the cooling system goes into a vacuum. Who is right?

Both a and b is correct

#4 When bleeding power brakes, a technician should first:

check the master cylinder fluid level is correct

#5 Technician A says that minor bulging of a flexible brake line during bleeding is ok. Technician B says that flexible brake lines may be repaired in the shop. Who is right?

Neither a nor b is correct

#6 During A/C recovery, 1.0 oz. of oil has been removed from the system. Which of these is the correct procedure?

Replace the oil with new oil is correct

#7 Technician A says that the vehicle must be realigned after replacing damaged rear suspension parts. Technician B says that the underbody dimensions must be checked when replacing damaged rear suspension parts. Who is right?

Both a and b is correct

#8 The caster on the left side of a unibody vehicle is out of specs. The LEAST likely cause is a:

bent idler arm is correct

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Next test: ASE B6 Damage Analysis & Estimating Certification Practice Test

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