6.) Which solder should be used when repairing an automotive electrical connection?
a.) Rosin Core
d.) Acid Core
7.) A CAN (Controller Area Network) is being discussed. Which of these is correct?
a.) The CAN now operates at 1Mbps
b.) The CAN contains twisted wires to prevent RFI interference
c.) The low speed CAN connects to the ECM and the TCM
d.) The high speed CAN connects to the mirror and seat controller
8.) Technician A says a faulty cruise control switch can result in an inoperative cruise control system. Technician B says the cruise control system may not disengage if there's a problem with the brake switch. Who is correct?
a.) Technician A
b.) Technician B
c.) Both A and B
d.) Neither A nor B
9.) An electric seat will not move backward or forward. A noise is heard coming from the seat when the switch is pressed. The MOST likely cause of this problem is:
a.) A short to ground between the power source and the seat
b.) A napkin wedged into the seat rail
c.) An intermittent open in the connection between the power source and the seat motor
d.) A loose plug from the harness to the seat motor
10.) If a technician reversed the leads of a digital voltmeter on a 12 volt circuit, the readout would show:
a.) 0.00 volts
b.) -0.00 volts
c.) 12.00 volts
d.) -12.00 volts