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14.   Technician A says that the last step in the diagnostic process is to verify the problem. Technician B says that the second step is to perform a thorough visual inspection. Who is correct?
     
A. Technician B
B. Neither Technician A nor B
C. Technician A
D. Both Technicians A and B

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15.   Technician A says that on-board self-diagnostics test mode procedures should be conducted on a cold engine. Technician B says that many diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) will monitor items only when the engine control system is in closed loop. Who is correct?
     
A. Neither Technician A nor B
B. Technician B
C. Both Technicians A and B
D. Technician A

Technician B is correct because many diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) will monitor items only when the engine control system is in closed loop. Closed loop operation requires the engine to reach a certain operating temperature before it can be entered. Technician A is wrong because the on-board self-diagnostics test mode procedures should be conducted on a warm engine (NOT a COLD engine as stated in the question) that is in closed loop because many DTCs only monitor in closed loop.
16.   Technician A says that when the malfunction indicator light (MIL) or service engine light is on, you should retrieve the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) and follow the manufacturer's recommended procedure. Technician B says that all OBD-II monitors must have the enable criteria achieved before a test is performed. Who is correct?
     
A. Technician A
B. Both Technicians A and B
C. Technician B
D. Neither Technician A nor B

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17.   What OBD-II term applies when all enabling standards for a specific diagnostic trouble code (DTC) are met?
     
A. Well-tuned engine
B. Warmed-up engine
C. Trip criteria
D. Freeze frame

Guessing A. Couldn't find information online relating the condition describes with the other terms.
9.   All of these concerns can be diagnosed using the paper test except for a
     
A. burned valve.
B. cracked exhaust manifold.
C. bad spark plug wire in the ignition system.
D. faulty injector on a multiport engine.

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8.   Technician A says that generic scan tools must be able to read all generic OBD-II codes. Technician B says that all generic scan tools must be able to read manufacturer OBD-II trouble codes. Who is correct?
     
A. Technician B
B. Both Technicians A and B
C. Technician A
D. Neither Technician A nor B

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7.   An OBD-II system interprets a disconnected spark plug as a misfire that could damage the three-way catalyst. The ECM or PCM will most likely trigger the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) on the _______ trip.
     
A. second
B. fourth
C. first
D. third

It is MOST likely that on the first trip a misfire condition can occur that can damage the three way catalyst (TWC) due to overheating. Specific on board diagnostic items will cause the ECM to light up or blink the MIL, and store DTC and Freeze Frame data, even in the 1st trip; e.g., Misfire (Possible three way catalyst damage) -- DTC: P0300 -P0306 will MOST likely set.
1. Technician A says that nonemission-related codes that make the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) illuminate are called "Type A" codes. Technician B says that emission-related codes that illuminate the MIL after the first fault are called "Type A" codes. Who is correct?
     
A. Neither Technician A nor B
B. Technician B
C. Technician A
D. Both Technicians A and B

Types of DTC's

There are two categories of DTC's that apply to OBDII. They are listed below with Type A being the more severe.

Type A
Emissions related.
Requests illumination of the MIL after one failed driving cycle.
Stores a freeze frame DTC after one failed driving cycle.

Type B
Emissions related.
Sets a Pending Trouble Code after one failed driving cycle.
Clears a Pending Trouble Code after one successful driving cycle.
Turns on the MIL after two consecutive failed driving cycles.
Stores a freeze frame after two consecutive failed driving cycles.
Textbook Title: Animal Physiology

Author(s): Hill Wyse Anderson

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Edition: 3rd or 4th edition would really prefer 4th but will still buy 3rd

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Extra Information: Animal Physiology 4th edition
Authors: Hill, Wyse, Anderson
Published by Sinauer
ISBN-13: 978-1605354712


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