Automobile Engineering Objective Questions, MCQ
Q51. The specific gravity of acid in a fully charged battery is generally
Q52. The instrument used to check specific gravity of acid in a battery is
Q53. When the battery is half (50%) charged, the specific gravity of acid in a battery is usually
Q54. The negative terminal post on the top of a battery is
(a) smaller than the positive terminal post
(b) larger than the positive terminal post
(c) of the same size as the positive terminal post
(d) none of these
Q55. A battery can be charged by
(a) adding distilled water
(b) adding sulphuric acid
(c) applying voltage in the reverse direction to that of charging
(d) applying a voltage in the same direction to that of charging
Q56. A laminated glass upon cracking
(a) bursts into sharp edged fragments
(b) bursts into granular pieces
(c) sandwiched layer traps the fragments
(d) breaks into the form of crystals
Q57. Odometer is an instrument used for measurement of
(b) fuel consumption
(c) engine r.p.m.
Q58. Clutch facings are usually attached to the plate by
(a) steel rivets
(b) brass rivets
(c) aluminium screws
(d) steel screws
Q59. The purpose of transmission in an automobile is
(a) to vary the speed of automobile
(b) to vary the torque at the wheels
(c) to vary the power of automobile
(d) none of these
Q60. Which one of the following statement correctly describe the construction of a bevel-gear type differential?
(a) The drive shafts are splined to the differential carrier.
(b) The left side gear and the differential carrier rotate in constant unison.
(c) The differential carrier houses differential pinion gears and side gears, each pinion
gear meshes with a different side gear.
(d) The differential carrier houses differential pinion gears and side gears
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