AURLTX001 Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions 5 th Gear

Aurltx001 diagnose and repair light vehicle manual

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AURLTX001 Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions 5 th Gear Reverse Document Name: Student Written Knowledge Assessment – AURLTX001 Created Date: 12 th Aug 2020 Document No: Insert RTO Name – AURLTX001 Version No: 1.0 Last Modified Date: © Trinity Institute (Australia) | RTO Code: 41310 | CRICOS Code: 03556F Page Sequence: Page 5 of 47
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AURLTX001 Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions Document Name: Student Written Knowledge Assessment – AURLTX001 Created Date: 12 th Aug 2020 Document No: Insert RTO Name – AURLTX001 Version No: 1.0 Last Modified Date: © Trinity Institute (Australia) | RTO Code: 41310 | CRICOS Code: 03556F Page Sequence: Page 5 of 47
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AURLTX001 Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions Fill in the Gaps 37.Complete the following statement about transaxle power flow using the following words.Words: Differential, Gear, Output, Rotate, Selected, Shaft, Shift, SynchronizerWhen first gear is ___selected____________, the first/second gear synchronizer engages with first gear. Because the synchronizer hub is splined to the _______output________ shaft, first gear on the input shaft drives its mating gear (first gear) on the output shaft. This causes the output shaft to ____rotate___________ at the ratio of first gear and to drive the differential ring _______gear________ at that same ratio. As the other forward gears are selected, the appropriate ____synchronizer___________ fork moves to engage the selected ______shaft_________ with the gear. Because the synchronizer’s hub is splined to the output shaft, the desired gear on the input shaft drives its mating gear on the output ______shift_________. This causes the output shaft to rotate at the ratio of the selected gear and drive the _______differential________ ring gear at that same ratio.38.Draw the power-flow for two-wheel drive (high range), four-wheel drive (high range) and four-wheel drive (low range) on the transfer case images below. Two-wheel drive (high)Four-wheel drive (high) Document Name: Student Written Knowledge Assessment – AURLTX001 Created Date: 12 th Aug 2020 Document No: Insert RTO Name – AURLTX001 Version No: 1.0 Last Modified Date: © Trinity Institute (Australia) | RTO Code: 41310 | CRICOS Code: 03556F Page Sequence: Page 5 of 47
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AURLTX001 Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions Four-wheel drive (low) 39. Describe the path of the power through for each gear selection of the transfer case below. Two-wheel drive, high range Document Name: Student Written Knowledge Assessment – AURLTX001 Created Date: 12 th Aug 2020 Document No: Insert RTO Name – AURLTX001 Version No: 1.0 Last Modified Date: © Trinity Institute (Australia) | RTO Code: 41310 | CRICOS Code: 03556F Page Sequence: Page 5 of 47
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