CHAPTER 38 .Manual Transmissions and Transaxles1121ASE-STYLEREVIEW QUE HONS6. Technician A says that in a conventional transmission,the speed gears freewheel around the mainshaft untilthey are locked to it by the appropriate synchronizer.Technician B says that speed gears are an integral partof the countershaft assembly. Who is correct?in theaxles,1. Technician A says that most trensales have a coun-tershaft between the main and output shafts. Techni-cian B says that a countershafl is always in motionwhen the engine is running. Who is correct?speeda. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyent ofwn asa. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyC. Both A and B231d. Neither A nor Bover-7. While discussing the power flow through a five-speedtransmission while it is in first gear: Technician Ac. Both A and Bd. Neither A nor Bsays that power enters on the input shaft, whichrotates the countershaft that is engaged with first gear.Technician B says that the first gear synchronizerengages with the clutching teeth of first gearthe2. While discussing the various types of transmissionsfound on today's vehicles: Technician A says that onetype is the sliding gear transmission. Technician Bsays that one type is the sliding collar transmission.and locksgear to the main shaft, allowing power to flowfrom the input gear through the countershaft and tofirst gear and the main shaft. Who is correct?Who is correct?rota-a. Technician A onlynoitoa. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyb. Technician B onlyc. Both A and BC. Both A and Bd. Neither A nor B3. Technician A says that the countergear or cluster gearis actually several gears machined out of single pieceof iron or steel. Technician B says that the countergearis driven by the clutch gear and drives the mainshaftspeed gears. Who is correct?a. Technician A onlyd. Neither A nor Band8. Technician A says that double-cone synchronizershave friction material on both sides of the synchro-nizer rings. Technician B says that multiple-cone syn-chronizers are used with larger engines and require alarger transmission housing. Who is correct?naftarea. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyb. Technician B onlyC. Both A and Bc. Both A and Bd. Neither A nor Bd. Neither A nor B4. Technician A says that reverse lamp switches are acti-vated at the transmission/transaxle by the gearshiftlever. Technician B says that reverse lamp switches areactivated by a sensor at the input shaft. Who is9. Technician A says that some synchronizer assembliesuse frictional material on the blocking rings to reduceslippage. Technician B says that the inside of someblocking rings is shaped like a cone lined with manysharp grooves. Who is correct?ftcorrect?a. Technician A onlya. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyuetraldongb. Technician B onlyC. Both A and BC. Both A and Bd. Neither A nor Bd. Neither A nor B5. Technician A says that if a single idler gear is used toobtain10. While discussing shift mechanisms: Technician Asays that the interlock notches hold the transmissionin the selected gear. Technician B says that the detentnotches prevent the selection of more than one gearobtain its size and number of teeth mustbe used to calculate ratios. Technician B says thatan idlerreverse gear,gearis often used for reverse gear because itgearcauses the output shaft to rotate in the reverse direc-tion of the input shaft. Who is correct?a. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyduring operation. Who is correct?a. Technician A onlyb. Technician B onlyc. Both A and BC. Both A and Bd. Neither A nor Bd. Neither A nor B

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CHAPTER 38 .
Manual Transmissions and Transaxles
1121
ASE-STYLE
REVIEW QUE HONS
6. Technician A says that in a conventional transmission,
the speed gears freewheel around the mainshaft until
they are locked to it by the appropriate synchronizer.
Technician B says that speed gears are an integral part
of the countershaft assembly. Who is correct?
in the
axles,
1. Technician A says that most trensales have a coun-
tershaft between the main and output shafts. Techni-
cian B says that a countershafl is always in motion
when the engine is running. Who is correct?
speed
a. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
ent of
wn as
a. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
C. Both A and B
231
d. Neither A nor B
over-
7. While discussing the power flow through a five-speed
transmission while it is in first gear: Technician A
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
says that power enters on the input shaft, which
rotates the countershaft that is engaged with first gear.
Technician B says that the first gear synchronizer
engages with the clutching teeth of first gear
the
2. While discussing the various types of transmissions
found on today's vehicles: Technician A says that one
type is the sliding gear transmission. Technician B
says that one type is the sliding collar transmission.
and locks
gear to the main shaft, allowing power to flow
from the input gear through the countershaft and to
first gear and the main shaft. Who is correct?
Who is correct?
rota-
a. Technician A only
noitoa. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
b. Technician B only
c. Both A and B
C. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
3. Technician A says that the countergear or cluster gear
is actually several gears machined out of single piece
of iron or steel. Technician B says that the countergear
is driven by the clutch gear and drives the mainshaft
speed gears. Who is correct?
a. Technician A only
d. Neither A nor B
and
8. Technician A says that double-cone synchronizers
have friction material on both sides of the synchro-
nizer rings. Technician B says that multiple-cone syn-
chronizers are used with larger engines and require a
larger transmission housing. Who is correct?
naft
are
a. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
b. Technician B only
C. Both A and B
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
d. Neither A nor B
4. Technician A says that reverse lamp switches are acti-
vated at the transmission/transaxle by the gearshift
lever. Technician B says that reverse lamp switches are
activated by a sensor at the input shaft. Who is
9. Technician A says that some synchronizer assemblies
use frictional material on the blocking rings to reduce
slippage. Technician B says that the inside of some
blocking rings is shaped like a cone lined with many
sharp grooves. Who is correct?
ft
correct?
a. Technician A only
a. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
uetraldong
b. Technician B only
C. Both A and B
C. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
d. Neither A nor B
5. Technician A says that if a single idler gear is used to
obtain
10. While discussing shift mechanisms: Technician A
says that the interlock notches hold the transmission
in the selected gear. Technician B says that the detent
notches prevent the selection of more than one gear
obtain its size and number of teeth must
be used to calculate ratios. Technician B says that
an idler
reverse gear,
gear
is often used for reverse gear because it
gear
causes the output shaft to rotate in the reverse direc-
tion of the input shaft. Who is correct?
a. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
during operation. Who is correct?
a. Technician A only
b. Technician B only
c. Both A and B
C. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
d. Neither A nor B
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CHAPTER 38 . Manual Transmissions and Transaxles 1121 ASE-STYLE REVIEW QUE HONS 6. Technician A says that in a conventional transmission, the speed gears freewheel around the mainshaft until they are locked to it by the appropriate synchronizer. Technician B says that speed gears are an integral part of the countershaft assembly. Who is correct? in the axles, 1. Technician A says that most trensales have a coun- tershaft between the main and output shafts. Techni- cian B says that a countershafl is always in motion when the engine is running. Who is correct? speed a. Technician A only b. Technician B only ent of wn as a. Technician A only b. Technician B only C. Both A and B 231 d. Neither A nor B over- 7. While discussing the power flow through a five-speed transmission while it is in first gear: Technician A c. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B says that power enters on the input shaft, which rotates the countershaft that is engaged with first gear. Technician B says that the first gear synchronizer engages with the clutching teeth of first gear the 2. While discussing the various types of transmissions found on today's vehicles: Technician A says that one type is the sliding gear transmission. Technician B says that one type is the sliding collar transmission. and locks gear to the main shaft, allowing power to flow from the input gear through the countershaft and to first gear and the main shaft. Who is correct? Who is correct? rota- a. Technician A only noitoa. Technician A only b. Technician B only b. Technician B only c. Both A and B C. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B 3. Technician A says that the countergear or cluster gear is actually several gears machined out of single piece of iron or steel. Technician B says that the countergear is driven by the clutch gear and drives the mainshaft speed gears. Who is correct? a. Technician A only d. Neither A nor B and 8. Technician A says that double-cone synchronizers have friction material on both sides of the synchro- nizer rings. Technician B says that multiple-cone syn- chronizers are used with larger engines and require a larger transmission housing. Who is correct? naft are a. Technician A only b. Technician B only b. Technician B only C. Both A and B c. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B d. Neither A nor B 4. Technician A says that reverse lamp switches are acti- vated at the transmission/transaxle by the gearshift lever. Technician B says that reverse lamp switches are activated by a sensor at the input shaft. Who is 9. Technician A says that some synchronizer assemblies use frictional material on the blocking rings to reduce slippage. Technician B says that the inside of some blocking rings is shaped like a cone lined with many sharp grooves. Who is correct? ft correct? a. Technician A only a. Technician A only b. Technician B only uetraldong b. Technician B only C. Both A and B C. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B d. Neither A nor B 5. Technician A says that if a single idler gear is used to obtain 10. While discussing shift mechanisms: Technician A says that the interlock notches hold the transmission in the selected gear. Technician B says that the detent notches prevent the selection of more than one gear obtain its size and number of teeth must be used to calculate ratios. Technician B says that an idler reverse gear, gear is often used for reverse gear because it gear causes the output shaft to rotate in the reverse direc- tion of the input shaft. Who is correct? a. Technician A only b. Technician B only during operation. Who is correct? a. Technician A only b. Technician B only c. Both A and B C. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B d. Neither A nor B

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