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Leaf spring suspension b. Coil spring suspension d. Air suspension Ans : A 2. Which of the following factors is not related to the effect of independent fr ont suspension a. Reducing the unsprung masses b. Reducing tyre wear d. Elimination of gyroscopic couples Ans : D 3. The main function of the suspension system is best described as a. Reducing the body movement b. Reducing the accelerations to which the body is subjected Ans : A 4. Helper springs are usually used a. In heavy vehicles in suspension system to obtain a two stage spring rate b. In vehicles to improve the load capacity of suspension system d. To stiffen the suspension Ans : A 5. Parts of the brake system include brake-shoes and a. Master brake cylinder b. Engine cylinders Ans : C 6. In the power steering assembly having four valves, two distribution and two r eaction during neutral, or straight- ahead driving, all four valves are a. Fully closed b. Partly open Ans : C 7. As the steering wheel is turned a worm gear on steering shaft causes the end of the .............. to swing toward one side or the other of the car a. King pin b. Steering gear Ans : C 8. On the coaxial steering gear, the gear housing is lubricated a. From the hydraulic system b. From the worm housing Ans : A 9. Turning the adjustment screw to make the over centre adjustment causes a. End-wise movement of the ball nut b. End-wise movement of the Pitman shaft d. End-wise movement of steering shaft Ans : A 10. Air resistance to a car at 20 km/hr is R .The air resistance at 40 km/hr wou ld be a. R b. 2R d. R2 Ans : C
Ans 15. b. rotation of the valve spool from the neutr al position results in application of hydraulic oil pressure from the oil pump t o one or the other and of the a. An idler lever Ans : B 14. In the Saginaw in line power steering unit. roller and Shoe Slipper : C The two basic types of power steering system are Integral and valve Booster and power : C . the spool valve Rotates Moves end-wise : A 16. Pitman arm b. a. Oil pressure d. Ans 20. A tie rod d. A spool valve b. Ans In the constant control power steering unit the spool valve is moved by A pivot lever A valve rotor : B In the coaxial power steering unit. end-wise movement of the valve spool is caused by reaction between the a. the swinging end of the pitman arm actuates a. b. the piston rod is attached at end to A tie rod A connecting rod : B 13. b. Ans Three types of oil pumps used in power steering system are vane. b. Connecting rod d. Centering springs b. a. In the Saginaw rotary valve unit. d. a. b. Torsion bar Ans : D 19. a. Disc clutch Ans : C 17. Ans Which one of the following is not apart of the chassis Wheels Front axle Passenger seats : D In the linkage type of power steering system. Piston and valve Ans : B 18. Ans 12. In the Saginaw in line unit. a. one a.11. the valve spool is centered in n eutral by a. Worm and ball nut b. b. In the linkage type of power steering system.
As the steering wheel is turned a worm gear on the steering shaft causes the movement of the a. steering knuckl e. In the steering gear of the linkage connecting to the wheel. A worm b. Negative caster d. Positive caster b. Ans In the steering gear. b. a. b. Steering gear Ans : C 26. a gear sector.21. a. A ball bearing Ans : A 22. The only service that a steering linkage normally requires is a. a. Ans 28. e a. Negative camber Ans : A 30. Tie-rod adjustment b. stud or toothed roller is meshed with a. d. b. Lubrication Ans : B 27. a gear sector or toothed roller is meshed with A Worm A ball bearing Steering wheel : A The only time the steering wheel requires replacement would be Wheel bearing replacement An accident : B 25. b. b. Ans The Pitman arm in the steering gear is linked to the front wheels through th Worm Steering wheel Steering shaft : C Toe-in is adjusted by Adding or removing shims Changing the effective length of the tie rods : B 29. all a. The steering gear is a device for converting the rotary motion of the steeri ng wheel into a. Up and down movement Ans : A 23. d. To and fro movement b. The backward tilt of the centre line of the ball joints from the vertical is called a. Ans The point at which the centre line of the wheel and the centre line of the b joints cross is called the point of Intersection Departure : A . Ans 24. King pin b.
Roll-in Ans : C 35. The drawing in of the front wheels in front so that the distance between the front ends is slightly less than that between the back ends is known as a. d. Negative caster b. b. a. d. When the top of the king pin is tilted towards the driver. Roll-out d. a. Ans 32. When the front wheels are not parallel to each other and moved further away at the top. Ans The inward tilt of the centre line of the ball joints is called Caster Camber Toe-out : C Wheel camber helps to Enable the driver to feel straight ahead position Reduce the bending stress on the stub axle and king pin Make it safer for the vehicle to take corners : C 33. Negative camber d. Skidding Ans : B 34. a. b. d. When the front wheels are closer at the top it is termed as Toe-in Toe-out Positive camber : C Positive caster tends to make the front wheels Toe in Toe out : A The inward tilt of king pin is called Caster Camber Toe-out : C Tilting of the front wheels away from the vertical is called Camber Caster Toe-out : A Caster action on the front wheels of a vehicle will Make it easier to take corners Reduce the load on the king pins Enable the driver to feel straight wheel position . b. b. Ans 39. Positive caster d. a. b. it is termed as a. b. d.31. Toe-out b. a. Ans 38. Positive camber b. a. the phenomenon is known as a. Ans 37. Ans 40. d. d. a. Roll out Ans : A 36. b.
b. a. b. b. d. b. Ans 42. b. a. a. a. d. then the front wheel wil l tend to a. Too much toe-in will be noticed by a. Ans 48. b. d. out a. Excessive tyre wear when cornering only b. ing a. a. Toe-out b. a.Ans : D 41. Ans 44. Toe-in Ans : A 46. Ans In front end geometry factors that are involved include Camber Caster Toe-out : A Toe-out on turns means that the right wheel in a right hand turn would turnor away from straight ahead More than the left wheel Less than the left wheel : A Positive caster will tend to cause the car to Roll out on turns Bank on turns : A The backward tilt of the king pin from the vertical is called Positive caster Negative caster Negative camber : A 45. d. Ans The point at which the centre line of the wheel and the centre line of the k pin cross is called Included angle Point of departure Point of included angle : C The inward tilt of the king pin is called Caster Camber Included angle : C The tilting of the front wheels away from the vertical is called Camber Caster Toe-out : A Camber angle plus king pin inclination angle is called the Caster Included angle Toe-out : B 50. b. d. b. Ans 49. Steering wander . When the point of intersection of the centre line of the wheel and the centr e line of the king pin cross is below the road surface. Ans 47. Ans 43. d.
Front wheel to the vertical b. b. a. d. Is adjusted by shims b. Ans 56. The Ackermann steering layout a. Enables the driver to feel ahead position d. Ans 57. Wheel run out Ans : C 55. it is suggested that tyres be rotated from one wheel to another every a. Makes for safer driving b.d. Reduces load on the kingpins and stub axles Ans : A 52. b. Weight can be attached to wheel rim to correct a. Ans Of the four tyres on a car. 8000 kms Ans : B 59. b. Ans Wheels must be balanced On the car only Either on or off the car : C When an automobile takes a tum to avoid the skidding and over turning Each wheel will roll independently Front two wheels will have a common centre during a turning : B The distance between dual tyres of vehicles is to be correctly spaced to Ensure proper distribution of load between dual wheels Reduce over-steering effect Ensure effective braking : C 58. To equalize tyre wear. 80 kms b. Light steering Ans : C 51. a. the one that wears most is the Right front tyre Right rear tyre Left rear tyre : B . b. Wheel alignment b. Is adjusted by changing the effective length of the tie rods Ans : C 54. Caster is defined as the inclination of a. The axis of stub axle to the horizontal Ans : B 53. Toe out on turns a. d. The king pin axis in the fore and aft plane d. a. a.
Ans 62. 1Ans : 1 b. a. In the hydraulic brake system. Wheel cylinder pistons b. b. Wheel cylinders d. 3Ans : 1 . To improve the heat dissipating capacity of linings d. based on the dimensions of the tyre : A 63. b. a. Brake pedal Ans : A 65. Pedal rod Ans : B 66. Ans If a tube of large size than required is installed in a tyre then The tyre will over expand The tyre and tube will not fit the rim : C For a through inspection a tyre should be On the car On the wheel On Airplane Inflated : D The radius of a pneumatic tyre is The radius of unloaded fully inflated tyre The height of centre of tyre from the ground when it is loaded It is fixed radius. the movement of a piston in the master cylin der produces hydraulic pressure which causes movement of a.60. Facilitate moulding and curing of brake linings b. c: d. d. To make the lining material impervious to moisture and oil and to ensure a s teady coefficient of friction up to 3000 C Ans : A 69. d. In the hydraulic brake system. In the case of brake linings saturants and bonding materials are used to a. a. Brake pedal Ans : A 70. The approximate ratio of effort applied Ans : effort available from servo sy stem is a. b. b. b. Ans The working fluid normally used in hydraulic brake systems is High speed diesel oil along with alcohol SAE 20 oil with anti-corrosion additives A solution of castor oil in alcohol along with neutralizer : D 68. Brake shoes b. a. Ans As the load on the vehicle increase it demands Increased braking torque Decreased braking torque : A 72. Movement of the brake pedal forces brake fluid from the master brake cylinde r through brake lines and into the a. Ans 61. Brake shoe b. a. movement of a piston in the master cylinder p roduces hydraulic pressure which causes movement of the a.
d. . Ans The most popular drive at the drive axle for the passenger car is Straight bevel gear Spiral bevel gear Hypoid drive : D 88. In a vacuum type servo-assisted brake system.. Springs d.. 10Ans : 1 Ans : B 73. b. Speed up the supply of air to brake chambers located at a distance from brak e valve Ans : A 89. Ans In the air brake. the movement of the pistons in the wheel cy linder is transmitted to the brake shoes by a. Atmospheric pressure Ans : B 81. In the integral type of power brake. vacuum is available in . a. Exhaust manifold b. b.. Relieve air pressure in brake chambers when it reaches a maximum value d. Compressed air b. the piston or diaphragm has on both sides of it . when the brakes are on. In a vacuum suspended unit. air pressure is supplied by Engine manifold A compressor : B 84.. is made use of a. Combustion chamber d. Power brakes in general operate making use of the pressure differential bet ween the vacuum from the intake manifold and a.. Limit the maximum pressure reached in brake chambers b. In jeeps we use a. a. Inlet manifold Ans : D 74.d. Mechanical brakes b. Actuating pins b. In the hydraulic braking system. d. The function of the relay valve in a compressed air brake system is to a. Ans The metal used for the brake drum is Aluminium alloy Cast steel Cast iron : D 80. Hydraulic brakes Ans : B 77. Joints Ans : A 87. b. the diaphragm acts directly on the hyd raulic piston in the a. a. Wheel cylinder Ans : A 86. Master cylinder b..
Ans 92. the brakes are applied when Atmospheric pressure is applied to one side of the diaphragm Vacuum is applied to both sides of diaphragm : A The type of braking system referred to as power brake. the ring gear Rotates at the same speed as wheels Rotates faster than wheels Does not rotate : A 99. Ans In the atmospheric suspended system the brakes are applied when Vacuum is applied to both sides of the diaphragm Atmospheric pressure is applied to both sides of the diaphragm : A In the vacuum suspended system. Ans 93. Ans 94. d. a. the condition that draws attention to trouble in the differenti al is a. Noise Ans : B 100. a. b. 1 time b. Ans 96. Ans 91. b. b. d. More often. b.a. 6 times Ans : A . 2 times d. makes use of Electromagnets Compressed air : B The drive line consists of the propeller shaft with Drive and universal joints Universal joints and slip joints : B The most widely used brakes are operated Electrically Hydraulically By vacuum : B In a passenger car a typical arrangement of braking with drum brakes will be Two leading shoes at front and leading & trailing at rear All the wheels having leading and trailing shoes Front leading and trailing. Ans 97. rear two leading shoes : B On a straight road. a. a. b. a. In a differential with a gear ratio of 4 Ans : 1 the drive pinion would rev olve four times to cause the ring gear to rotate a. b. a. Atmospheric pressure b. a. b. d. Rough operation b. Vacuum Ans : A 90.