Auto and Shop Information Practice

Below are Sample ASVAB Auto and Shop Information Practice Practice Questions. Write down your answers as you go along, and once you reach the end of the Auto and Shop Information Practice Practice Test, check your answers with the answer sheet! Good luck!

Auto and Shop Information Practice Practice Questions

  1. A typical car battery uses how many volts?

    1. 12
    2. 110
    3. 220
    4. 24
  2. The following are all components of an automobile’s engine cooling system EXCEPT the
    1. pressure cap.
    2. distributor.
    3. thermostat.
    4. water pump.
  3. In the tire rating “P195/70R14,” the “R” stands for
    1. rear.
    2. radial.
    3. round.
    4. rim.
  4. What would happen if an automobile thermostat were stuck in the closed position?
    1. The vehicle would run out of gas.
    2. The RPM limiter would not engage.
    3. The vehicle heating system would not work.
    4. The engine could overheat.
  5. Why is the sheet metal used to make fuel tanks covered with a lead-tin alloy?
    1. to prevent excessive sloshing of fuel
    2. to prevent static electricity buildup
    3. to prevent rusting
    4. to lessen vibration
  6. The two general classes of lubricant are called
    1. natural and artificial.
    2. liquids and solids.
    3. flammable and inflammable.
    4. oils and greases.
  7. A class c fire should be extinguished using
    1. none of the above.
    2. water.
    3. carbon dioxide.
    4. all of the above.
  8. The automobile engine exhaust gas most lethal if breathed in is
    1. dihydrogen monoxide.
    2. nitrous oxide.
    3. thermocarbons.
    4. carbon monoxide.
  9. When referring to an automobile, the term camber refers to
    1. the outward or inward tilt of a wheel from its centerline.
    2. the deflection of the headlights between high and low beam usage.
    3. the drift of the vehicle when driving at speeds above 25 mile per hour.
    4. the compression stroke of the cylinders.
  10. The term stoichiometric refers to
    1. the ideal internal engine temperature for optimal operation.
    2. the ideal air-fuel mixture for an internal combustion engine.
    3. a method of measurement used by European car manufacturers.
    4. the ideal oil viscosity for an internal combustion engine.
  11. Which of the following is a device used to reduce the toxicity of engine emissions?
    1. fuel injector
    2. catalytic converter
    3. carburetor chamber
    4. turbocharger
  12. Oxyacetylene is a mixture of gases that is used in
    1. welding.
    2. deep sea diving.
    3. lighter-than-air craft.
    4. natural gas powered vehicles.
  13. A saw blade that makes wide, grooved cuts so one piece of wood can fit into the groove of another is a
    1. kerf.
    2. rabbet.
    3. rip blade.
    4. dado blade.
  14. Which power saw has a blade consisting of a continuous band of metal with teeth along one edge, and is used primarily for woodworking and metalworking?
    1. the circular saw
    2. the band saw
    3. the jigsaw
    4. the handsaw

Auto and Shop Information Practice Practice Answer Sheet

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  1. D
  2. B
  3. C
  4. A
  5. A
  6. C
  7. B
  8. B
  9. B
  10. D
  11. D
  12. C
  13. B
  14. C
  15. A

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