Manitoba Air Brake Test 03

The free Manitoba Air Brake practice test is a smart way to prepare for your official exam and increase your chances of passing with flying colors. The practice test is designed to familiarize you with the type of questions you can expect on the test, identify areas where you need improvement, and build your confidence as you move towards your goal.


Manitoba Air Brake Test 03

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Disabled or caged spring brake chambers can be recognized how?

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Why can vehicles still be driven even with the spring brakes applied?

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Are spring brakes air applied like service brakes?

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What do the pushrod and slack adjuster do?

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What happens when a spring brake chamber has been disabled?

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To release the spring brakes, enough air pressure must be supplied to the spring brake chamber to compress the spring. At what psi?

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Almost all commercial vehicles use a type of brake chamber that is held together by what?

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Which statement is false? Vehicles with air brakes must have separate brake systems for...

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How do you supply air to a spring brake control valve with most vehicles?

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Which of the following does a service brake chamber not contain?

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What are the two kinds of air brake chambers called?

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How can a technician manually compress or 'cage' the spring in a spring brake chamber?

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What is referred to as stroke length?

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What do front wheel-limiting valves do?

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What should drivers do if they encounter a disabled spring brake chamber?

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What is the level called that helps link the brake chamber to the brake assembly?

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What happens when you press the brake pedal and compressed air fills the service brake chamber?

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When air pressure is released, what happens to the pushrod?

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Before driving the vehicle, what is considered to be enough air pressure to keep the spring brakes from applying?

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Air brake chambers are round metal containers, which are located where?

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The motion of the slack adjuster transfers to the brake assembly, causing what?

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Which statement is false? Where are the places where the compressed air exhausts?

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Who can perform re-adjustments on automatic slack adjusters?

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How do spring brake chambers apply the brakes?

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Pushrod stroke is produced by what?

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What is another word for compressing the spring?

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What happens when stroke exceeds the adjustment limits of a brake chamber?

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Are you allowed to let the pushrod stroke exceed the adjustment limit?

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When are spring brakes designed to work?

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Compressed air is converted into what?

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