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CETPRO FLAVISUR

RECOVERY EXAM (INGLES TECNICO)

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1. Which of the following creates a flapping sound near the front of the engine?
a. Timing belt tension too tight
b. Drive belt too tight
c. Drive belt too loose
d. Timing belt tension too loose
2. An engine noise sounds like a knock at the side of the engine that is louder
when the engine is cold and goes away or is reduced when the engine reaches
operating temperature. Which of the following is the MOST likely cause?

a. Cam bearing
b. Main bearing
c. Piston slap
d. Wrist pin

3. This question is not like the others. It has the word EXCEPT. For this question,
look for the choice that could NOT cause the described situation. Read the entire
question carefully before choosing your answer.
All of the following are reasons why you must disable the fuel injection system
and ignition system when conducting an engine compression test, EXCEPT:

a. Prevents damage to the ignition system during the test


b. Prevents fuel injection into the cylinders
c. Prevents a shop engine fire
d. Prevents inaccurate readings
4. A power balance test is being performed on an engine. Technician A says to
note the engine RPM before and during the test for each cylinder. Technician B
says to record the RPM drop for each cylinder. Who is right?
a. A only
b. B only
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A not B
5. What engine seal is pictured in the below illustration?
a. Rear main
b. Camshaft plug
c. Throttle valve
d. Valve
6. Technician A says the closed coil end of a valve spring should go against the
cylinder head. Technician B says all valve springs use shims to control free
spring height. Who is right?
a. A only
b. B only
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
7. This question is not like the others. It has the word EXCEPT. For this question,
look for the choice that could NOT fit the described situation. Read the entire
question carefully before choosing your answer.
All of the following statements are correct when adjusting valve lash on engines
with overhead camshaft cylinder heads, EXCEPT:
a. Shims may be used to make adjustments.
b. Clearance is measured between the camshaft and follower or rocker on most
engine
c. The follower or rocker must be on the base circle of the camshaft when
measuring
d. The engine must be cold for all engine manufacturers
8. The surface of the cylinder head has just been machined. What will have to be
done to the valve train?
a. Lengthening the push rods
b. Increasing valve spring tension
c. Grinding the valve stems
d. Shim the head

9. A technician hears a knock or thumping at the side of the engine block that is
louder when the engine is hot and goes away when the affected cylinder is
shorted out. Which of the following could be the cause?
a. Main bearing
b. Wrist pin
c. Rod bearing
d. Piston slap

10. An engine is making a knocking sound that changes with RPM, and the noise
disappears while a cylinder is being tested during the cylinder balance test.
Which of the following could be the cause?
a. Rod bearing
b. Main bearing
c. Piston Slap
d. Burnt valve

11. Technician A says old antifreeze may cause corrosion build-up in the cooling
system. Technician B says some original equipment manufacturers (OEM)
recommend that the coolant be changed at specified intervals. Who is right?
a. A only
b. B only
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
12. This question has the word LEAST. For this question, look for the choice that
would LEAST likely fit the described situation. Read the entire question carefully
before choosing your answer.
Which of the following steps is LEAST likely to be necessary when refilling a
cooling system?
a. Bleeding the air out of the system
b. Mixing tap water and distilled water
c. Mixing the proper ratio of water to coolant
d. Check the radiator cap for proper fit

13. A technician is using a laptop computer and manufacturer software to test


the ECT (Electronic Controlled Throttle) circuit that has a stored DTC P1121
(Electric Throttle Control Actuator). Which of the following customer concerns
could be caused by a defective ECT return spring malfunction?
a. Rough idle
b. Low power
c. High idle
d. Detonation
14. Technician A says the voltage required maintaining spark is referred to as the
spark line and the duration of the spark line is based on total primary circuit
resistance and coil voltage available. Technician B says problems with the
burning (called fuel propagation) will show up within the spark line. Who is
right?
a. A only
b. B only
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B

15. A tight timing belt makes what type of noise?


a. Thumping sound
b. Whining sound
c. Slapping sound
d. Will not make noise
16. Two technicians are explaining radiator cap service. Technician A says a
radiator cap is tested using a cooling system pressure tester. Technician B says
when the radiator cap does not hold enough pressure, you can replace the cap
gasket. Who is right?
a. A only
b. B only
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
17. A vehicle with an electronically controlled automatic transmission is being
road tested for poor shifting. What should be done before doing a road test?
a. Check wires and connectors for disconnects
b. Check for DTCS (diagnostic trouble codes)
c. Hook up the scan tool to the DLC (Data Link Connector)
d. Check transmission/transaxle fluid level
18. Technician A says the auxiliary automatic transmission oil cooler is a small
radiator separate from the engine radiator. Technician B says that if the
automatic transmission oil cooler lines are found to be leaking, they are first
tightened to specifications. Who is right?
a. A only
b. B only
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
19. A RWD (rear wheel drive) transmission has a leaking output shaft seal on a
vehicle with 25,000 miles on the odometer. The MOST likely cause for the
leakage is:
a. excessive bearing wear.
b. naturally occurring evaporation.
c. plugged transmission breather filter
d. poor quality fluid filter
20. Of the following, when replacing a CV (constant velocity) joint or boot, what
is the last step before clamping the boot?
a. Lubricate the CV joint with chassis grease
b. Mark location of the boot on drive axle shaft
c. Lubricate the CV joint and the boot
d. Burp the air out of the boot