ASE H5 Transit Bus Suspension & Steering Practice Test

This ASE H5 transit bus suspension & steering mechanic practice exam is based on the official ASE transit bus study guide.  Find a mechanic school near you.

Results

You passed.

Correct answers:

1. A only

2. Misadjusted poppet/relief valves

3. a faulty height control/leveling valve

4. A only

5. The ride height needs to be adjusted

6. B only

7. stuck left rear height control/leveling valve

Did not pass.

Correct answers:

1. A only

2. Misadjusted poppet/relief valves

3. a faulty height control/leveling valve

4. A only

5. The ride height needs to be adjusted

6. B only

7. stuck left rear height control/leveling valve

#1 Technician A says that when replacing a bad front wheel bearing, both bearings and races should be replaced along with the seals. Technician B says that when replacing a bad front wheel bearing, a front alignment should be performed. Who is right?

A only is correct

 

The ASE A5 practice exam will test your knowledge of the diagnosis and repair of the steering system, suspension systems, wheel alignment, wheels and tires.

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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.

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