1. During a brake inspection it is noticed that one pad is worn more than the other. Which of the following is LEAST likely to cause this condition?
a.) Air in the system
c.) Sticking caliper slide pins
d.) Sticking caliper piston
2. The red brake warning light is illuminated on the instrument panel of a vehicle with four wheel disc brakes. Which of these is LEAST likely to cause this warning light to illuminate?
a.) Low brake fluid level
Unequal brake fluid pressure
c.) Grounded parking brake circuit
d.) Loose wheel speed sensor plug
3. The right brake light is inoperative when the brake pedal is depressed. All the other lights function properly. Which of the following should be inspected when diagnosing this circuit?
a.) The right rear bulb socket
The right rear bulb
c.) The brake light fuse
d.) Both A and B
4.) After installation of brake pads, the pad manufacturer recommends performing a burnishing procedure. Technician A says this is accomplished by repeating several high speed stops. Technician B says this process includes light application of the brake pedal and a brief cool down period between stops. Who is correct?
a.) Technician A
b.) Technician B
c.) Both A and B
d.) Neither A nor B
5.) A master cylinder reservoir cap's rubber gasket is deformed. Which of the following would result in this condition?
a.) Adding too much brake fluid
b.) Adding too little brake fluid
c.) Brake fluid contamination
d.) Allowing the brake fluid to get too low