Only 20% of Men Can Pass This Car Engines Quiz! Can You?


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What is the benefit of using a Turbocharger over a Supercharger?
Superchargers use a lot of battery power
Turbochargers don’t take horsepower from engine
Superchargers don’t work well with diesels
Turbochargers are not legal

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What aspect about the engine gives a HEMI® its name?
The fuel-air ratio it requires
The location of the engine and transmission
The shape of the cylinders
They run on propane

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The ideal air-fuel ratio for gasoline engines is?
6.4:1
14.5:1
2:1
14.7:1

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Torque is measured in?
Lb.-ft.
Kilowatts
PSI
Volts

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When controlling your engine boost, you’re really controlling what?
Compression ratios
Timing
Torque
Intake manifold pressure

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What does your gas pedal really control?
Air/fuel ratio
Spark timing
Fuel supply to engine
Air supply to engine

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The Timing Belt Controls?
Opening/closing of exhaust valves
Opening/closing of intake valves
Synchronization of camshaft and crankshaft
All of the above

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What causes a diesel’s air/fuel mix to ignite?
Fuel is injected into compressed air
Spark plugs fire
The cylinder compresses air/fuel mixture
Glow plugs fire

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General Motors introduced its first fuel-injected engine in what model?
Iroc-Z Camaro
First generation Corvette
El Camino
Blazer

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Vehicles in the United States were required to have OBD-II systems in what year?
1994
1998
1988
1996

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Where are the U-joints located on your car?
The Driveshaft
The control arms
The axles
The camshaft

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Engine displacement is the measurement of what?
Size of the engine in cm^3
Torque x Horsepower
Combined cleared volume of all cylinders in one cycle from bottom dead center to top dead center
Circumference of the cylinder

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What are the 4 strokes in an engine’s 4-stroke cycle?
Intake, Exhaust, Top Dead Center, Bottom
Intake, Compression, Combustion, Exhaust
Top Dead Center, Spark, Bottom Dead Center, Reset
Top Dead Center, Combustion, Spark, Exhaust

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Your brakes are reliant on what type of system?
Mechanical
Electrical
Leverage
Hydraulic

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Your car’s battery should have how many volts when fully charged?
10
12
14
6

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Everyone thinks they are a “car guy” until they come face to face with the facts. We can all admit keeping up with your car takes a little know-how. Oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid top-offs are important, but we want to take it a step further.

Even if you do understand how to tune-up and maintain your daily driver, does that mean you really know cars? Do you have the knowledge it takes to compete with the real gearheads out there? Test your knowledge with this challenging quiz.

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