ASE H5 Transit Bus Suspension & Steering Practice Test

The ASE H5 transit bus suspension & steering practice exam will test your knowledge of the diagnosis and repair of the steering system, suspension systems, wheel alignment, wheels and tires.

Results

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#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

#2 A transit bus has hard steering during sharp turns. Which of these could be the cause?

Misadjusted poppet/relief valves is correct

#3 A transit bus is leaning to the left in the rear. This could be caused by:

a faulty height control/leveling valve is correct

#4 A transit bus operator reports that tight spots in the steering occur while turning the steering wheel. Technician A says that a binding steering column U-joint could be the cause. Technician B says that a worn tie rod end could be the cause. Who is right?

A only is correct

#5 The operator says that the transit bus lift pan contacts the road surface when going over speed bumps. Which of these could be the cause?

The ride height needs to be adjusted is correct

#6 The operator could not keep the transit bus from wandering while driving at highway speeds. Technician A says that a 1/8” toe-in setting could be the cause. Technician B says that a worn tie-rod end could be the cause. Who is right?

B only is correct

#7 A transit bus has 120 psi air pressure shown at the dash panel gauge, but none of the air bag/springs will inflate. Any of these could be the cause EXCEPT a:

stuck left rear height control/leveling valve is correct

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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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