Chapter 25 5th Ed Quest

Chapter 25 5th Ed Quest - Automotive Chasis Systems 4th Ed....

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Automotive Chasis Systems 4 th Ed. Chapter 25 5 th Ed Questions Name __ ___________________ This isn’t a very informative chapter 1. What does SLA stand for? Short long arm suspension 2. ** The reason that the upper control arm is shorter than the lower one is…. It keeps the wheel strait up and down better, it allows for better movement. 3. **On page 469, MacPherson strut suspension is being described. What portion of the MacPherson strut carries the load of the vehicle? The upper control arm/ ball joint 4. **What can be said of the ball joint on the lower control arm – is it a load carrying or is it a follower joint? Follower on a macpherson strut, load on SLA 5. In most MacPherson Strut applications, there is a bearing a top the front struts, why? So the front wheels can turn 6. On page 472, there are some road test procedures listed. What does driving into a driveway or a dip typically check – on suspensions? Defective stabilizer bar bushings, control arm bushings, ball joints.
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