This ASE E2 practice exam will test your knowledge of general electrical diagnosis, battery system, auxiliary electric power units, charging systems, lighting systems, associated electrical circuits and components.
#1. A bed cap (topper) being installed on a pickup body does not have a center, high-mounted stop lamp (CHMSL). The truck, itself, is equipped with a CHMSL. Technician A says that a CHMSL is required if the vehicle gross weight rating is 10,000 lbs or less. Technician B says that CHMSL is required if the vehicle is over 80 inches (203 cm) wide. Who is right?
A only is correct
#2. A technician finds that when the liftgate is operated, there is a 2-volt drop between the liftgate motor and the battery. Which of these could be the cause?
The supply cable gauge is too small is correct
#3. The “body up” indicator lamp does not function. Technician A says that an open switch could be the cause. Technician B says that a corroded connector could be the cause. Who is right?
Both A and B is correct
#4. When performing a battery capacity (load, high-rate discharge) test on a 900 CCA battery, the load applied should be:
450 amps is correct
#5. Warning lights and buzzers can be switched through any of these EXCEPT a:
diode is correct
This is not an official test it is a practice test based on the official study guide. Use it for entertainment only.