Manitoba Air Brake Test 08

Remember to take your time and read each question carefully. You’ll be rewarded for your hard work with the feeling of passing with flying colors. Passing this exam not only means that you have met the legal requirements to operate an air brake-equipped vehicle but also demonstrates your dedication to your profession and your commitment to safety on the road. Keep up the great work!

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Manitoba Air Brake Test 08

1 / 30

When performing the tug test, which of the following is not a major defect?

2 / 30

What is not one of the defects associated with accessible air lines?

3 / 30

While inspecting the governor operation, what kind of defect is it when the cut-out pressure is above 145 psi?

4 / 30

Why are automatic slack or brake adjusters used?

5 / 30

While inspecting the governor operation, what kind of defect is it when the cut-in pressure is below 100 psi?

6 / 30

What are drivers required to do to obtain an S air brake endorsement?

7 / 30

While inspecting the governor operation, what kind of defect is it when the cut-out pressure is below 120 psi?

8 / 30

While inspecting the tractor protection system, which is not a major defect?

9 / 30

Should inspection of brake adjustment be carried out whether automatic or manual slack adjusters are used?

10 / 30

Do automatic slack adjusters require regular re-adjustment?

11 / 30

In Manitoba, who can perform brake re-adjustments on manual slack adjusters

12 / 30

Do the brake chamber on the steering axle have to be the same size?

13 / 30

Which is not an inspection method for foundation brakes?

14 / 30

When brakes with manual slack adjusters are out of adjustment, how must they be re-adjusted?

15 / 30

Most manual slack adjusters have a spring-loaded locking sleeve. What must be done so the adjusting bolt can be turned?

16 / 30

When pushrod stroke exceeds the adjustment limit of the brake chamber, is the brake is out of adjustment?

17 / 30

Which is not a defect when inspecting brake chambers?

18 / 30

When you're inspecting all brake drums and rotors, what are you looking for?

19 / 30

What does it mean if periodic re-adjustments are required?

20 / 30

If the driver already has an air brake endorsement, do they have to do any other testing to get the S endorsement?

21 / 30

Which is not a step when inspecting brake chambers?

22 / 30

What kind of defect is it when the pressure drop exceeds the value specified for the vehicle?

23 / 30

What kind of defect is it while inspecting the air pressure build-up rate (compressor operation) and the air-pressure build-up time is greater than two minutes?

24 / 30

Measuring applied pushrod stroke is a reliable method for inspecting brake adjustment?

25 / 30

Which statement is false? When inspecting air compressors...

26 / 30

When inspecting the air lines for wear or damage, what are you not looking for?

27 / 30

Which of the following is not a defect when inspecting air compressors?

28 / 30

What kind of defect is it when the low-air warning device fails to activate or activates below 55 psi?

29 / 30

The brake on each end of an axle should have the ____ air brake chamber to ensure brake forces are balanced.

30 / 30

When you establish the correct pushrod stroke, how much should you back off the adjusting bolt?

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