ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (Exam 11)

ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (Exam 11)

created by Fisher BRink (@fisher) at Feb. 8, 2016
  • Punches are used in sheet metal work to

  • A gauge shows the complete loss of oil pressure while driving. The best action is to:

  • A two-cycle engine will normally be found on:

  • The difference between a single-acting and an opposed piston engine is:

  • A car equipped with limited-slip differential:

  • Pouring cold water on an overheated engine:

  • Soft brake-pedal movement can be caused by:

  • The safest way to make a hole in sheet metal is to:

  • Rebar is used to:

  • Nail sets are used to:

  • A ripsaw cuts:

  • The alternator:

  • In which automotive system would you find a "wishbone"?

  • If the electrolyte solution in a battery is too low, you should add:

  • What area of your car should be flushed periodically to maintain optimum performance?

  • In a hydraulic brake system, if brake action is soft, a likely explanation is:

  • Car restorers often seek NOS parts. What does NOS stand for?

  • To make spark plugs work effectively, the coil and breaker:

  • Schrader valves can be found in your car's:

  • A bent frame causes:

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    Feb. 8, 2016, 3:26 a.m.
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