Technician B says to perform a voltage drop test to test for excessive resistance in the starter circuit. The vehicle will wander, requiring constant correction from left to right to compensate for the loose steering linkage. Technician A says there may be resistance in the starter circuit. About this Item: Pearson, 2016. This text is designed to be a supplement to all courses in Automotive Technology. Perform a voltage drop test to find excessive resistance in a circuit. Pages and cover are clean and intact.
This text is part of the Pearson Automotive Series. It also benefits students who comprehend audio materials better than printed materials. Visit our Dealer Direct Link to find out about special offers available only to Dealers or shop owners! Answer D is correct because all of the answers above are correct, not just A and B. From United Kingdom to U. This is an excellent supplemental training resource that is a positive addition to existing forms of education for technicians today. About this Item: Advanstar Communication Inc. Neither A or B 8.
The ideal supplement to all automotive technology courses, it covers all topics in one complete text. AbeBooks, the AbeBooks logo, AbeBooks. © 1996 - 2019 AbeBooks Inc. Pages and cover are clean and intact. This type of question should be read carefully. From United Kingdom to U.
Engine mounts were recently replaced on a front wheel drive vehicle with independent suspension. The technician should not just keep adding weights up to 10 ounces. You are searching for the answer that is false. Item may show signs of shelf wear. The study guide also includes a complete explanation for why the right answer is correct as well as why the wrong answers are not correct. The ideal supplement to all automotive technology courses, it covers all topics in one complete text. Each time the technician spins the tire, the liquid settles in a different place and a weight must be added to a different location on the rim.
Loose tie rods cause a clunking or popping sound when the wheel is turned. Technician B says this is caused by a misaligned engine cradle. Book is in Used-Good condition. Loose tie rods are discovered during the initial inspection of a vehicle's steering linkage. View a picture of a jounce bumper by clicking the Read more… button below. It includes many new questions, some with electrical schematics, as well as new test prep features.
The vehicle now has a steady pull to the left at all speeds. Neither A or B 6. The study guide also includes a complete explanation for why the right answer is correct as well as why the wrong answers are not correct. The technician should inspect and test the battery before the starter circuit. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the. This text is part of the Pearson Automotive Series.
From United Kingdom to U. Access codes may or may not work. Customer service is our top priority. The engine of a vehicle will start, but is slow cranking. About this Item: Advanstar Communication Inc.
It includes many new questions, some with electrical schematics, as well as new test prep features. Technician A says to continue adding weights around the rim up to 10 ounces. This text is designed to be a supplement to all courses in Automotive Technology. Resistance in the starter circuit will result in a slow cranking engine. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Book is in Used-Good condition. Not only does this result in increased customer retention, there is a direct benefit from referral business.
Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. If liquid is suspected inside of a wheel, dismount the tire and inspect inside. Technician B says to dismount the tire from the rim and inspect the inside for liquid or debris. The tire most likely has liquid or something inside. May include supplemental or companion materials if applicable. Audio format allows students to take advantage of time and learn when they do not have access to a computer or printed materials. Technician A says loose tie rods will cause a clunking or popping noise while turning.
Both technicians are correct, but the battery should be tested and ruled out before testing the starter circuit. About this Item: Advanstar Communication Inc. About this Item: Prentice Hall, 2013. Preparing today's automotive students for career success! May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. .