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Automatic Transmission Internal Diagnosis Performance Assessment Module

AFTER READING THE QUESTION, RECORD THE

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Each question is valued at 1 point unless other wise indicated.

1. Technician A said Nature Codes identify the cause of the customer’s concern and is filled out after the fault has been diagnosed.

Technician B said Nature Codes identify the nature of the customer’s concern and is filled out based on the customer concern.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

2. Technician A states when analyzing a customer transmission concern, vehicle warranty history should be obtained from the TechLine.

Technician B states vehicle warranty history may be accessed on the GDS tool.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

3. You are diagnosing 2005 Spectra with 45,000 miles. The service history indicates that the fluid had been inspected, and replaced according to the

maintenance schedule. The customer concern is slow to engage and slipping. You have inspected the fluid and determined that the level is correct but it has an unusual smell and contains metal particles. You have verified the customer concern. What is your next step?

a. Replace the fluid and filter b. Replace the transmission

c. Call TechLine for further guidance

d. Tell the service adviser that there is evidence of abuse and the A/T is not under warranty.

4. 2006 Optima is back after the transmission has been replaced under warranty. You have verified the customer new concern of “Will not engage in DRIVE.” What should the next step be? a. Inspect and adjust the range switch b. Replace the fluid with the correct fluid c. Use the A/T Tester Plus to check the

transmission solenoid operation

d. Use the scan tool and check A/T current data 5. You are conducting a lag test on a Kia vehicle.

a. All Kia vehicle lag tests are more than 1 second b. Most Kia vehicle lag tests are listed in the service

manual

c. Only rear wheel drive Kia vehicles have lag test specifications

d. All Kia vehicle lag tests are 10 seconds or more 6. A technician finds the MIL light is on prior to the

test drive. Which of the following would be his next step?

a. Record current A/T Data and prior to the test- drive contact TechLine.

b. Diagnose and repair MIL fault prior to test drive. c. Ignore MIL and proceed with test drive.

d. Record and clear code prior to test-drive.

7. You are conducting a test drive to verify a customer concern of transaxle not shifting properly.

a. You should use the A/T Tester Plus during the test drive

b. You should use the scan tool during the test drive

c. You should change the fluid before the test drive d. You should drive the vehicle under the customer

8. You are diagnosing a customer concern of a fluid leak on an A/T transaxle under warranty. After cleaning, you observe fluid leaking from the oil pan. What should you do?

a. Reseal the pan

b. Obtain DPSM approval to replace transmission c. Call TechLine for authorization to replace

transmission

d. Replace the pan gasket

9. When diagnosing a transmission noise concern, all the following could apply EXCEPT:

a. Test drive to verify noise and replace transmission

b. Use a stethoscope to verify origin of internal transmission noise

c. Run vehicle on the rack to isolate origin of internal transmission noise

d. Use chassis ears to isolate origin of internal transmission noise

10. After performing a stall test, the vehicle failed for RPM too low. What is the most likely next step? a. Internal transmission slip

b. Transmission fluid is low or incorrect fluid type. c. DCC lockup engaging too soon

d. Diagnose engine performance

11. Technician A says that the adaptive value must be reset after replacing an A/T assembly.

Technician B says that the Driving Relearn and Static Shift Relearn must also be performed after replacing an A/T assembly.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

12. Technician A says a battery that fails the conductance test could cause an A/T related drivability concern.

Technician B says that a charging system problem could cause an A/T related drivability concern. Who is correct?

a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

13. Technician A states when diagnosing an A/T related drivability concern; you must always use the AT Tester Plus before test driving the vehicle.

Technician B states the AT Tester Plus is used to manually check for DCC lockup.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

14. After confirming an A/T related concern, the next step would be to:

a. Clear DTC codes and test drive to see if code returns

b. Record freeze frame data before test drive to duplicate concern

c. Use the GDS to assist with analyzing the concern.

d. Check current data for correct information

15. While observing current A/T data with the scan tool, you notice that is A/T fluid temperature is at -14 degrees Fahrenheit. You have diagnosed the circuit

16. Technician A says that the A/T Tester Plus should be connected to the DLC connector to work properly. Technician B says that you must connect the A/T Tester Plus sub cable to the battery to work properly.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

17. When selecting the vehicle on the A/T Tester Plus, the ignition switch must be in which position? a. Accessory

b. Lock c. Off d. ON

18. Technician A says the “Norm” mode of the A/T Tester Plus allows you to record the solenoid operation, which can be reviewed at a later time Technician B says the “Norm” mode of the A/T Tester Plus allows you to manually test the resistance of the solenoids.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

19. Technician A says the “Test” mode of the A/T Tester Plus allows you to, manually control the solenoid operation.

Technician B says the “Test” mode of the A/T Tester Plus test the solenoids for an open or short

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

20. Technician A says A/T Tester Plus allows you to control DCC lockup in the “Norm” mode.

Technician B says A/T Tester Plus allows you to control DCC lockup in the “Test” mode.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

21. Technician A says the stall test is only performed in the drive “D” position.

Technician B says if the stall test rpm is too high, the A/T requires replacement.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

22. Technician A states never insert a test light, meter lead or other tool into the terminal unless directed by the service information.

Technician B states use the correct terminal size T connectors (A, B, C) to connect to the terminals to test a circuit.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

23. Technician A says a ground problem may be found by using the voltage drop method.

Technician B says voltage drop testing only works on ground circuits.

24. What is required prior to replacing an A/T assembly under warranty?

a. Obtain approval from TechLine b. Filing the warranty claim

c. Notify your parts department d. Notify your DPSM

25. When returning an A/T core, all of the following is required, EXCEPT?

a. Secure the torque converter with the hold down bracket

b. Install the two (2) plastic side gear retainers c. Place all necessary documents in the plastic bag

provided with the replacement A/T and secure inside the shipping container

d. Remove the serial number tag.

26. You have discovered a cracked case as cause of ATF leak concern. Which of the following should apply? a. Clean and mark location of cracked case before

returning transmission core

b. You should attempt to repair the crack before replacing the A/T assembly

c. Both A and B d. None of the above

27. Technician A says that during the inspection process at the A/T remanufacturing facility the transmission is inspected for prior disassembly.

Technician B says that during the inspection process at the A/T remanufacturing facility the transmission is inspected for proper documentation

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

28. Technician A says that all returned remanufactured A/T units are dyno tested.

Technician B says that only returned A/T units with shifting problems are dyno tested

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

29. Technician A says that all torque converters included with the remanufactured A/T are new units.

Technician B says that all torque converters included with the remanufactured A/T are cut open,

inspected, serviced, and reused. Who is correct?

a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

30. Technician A says that valve bodies are tested and remanufactured on a separate assembly line. Technician B says that the valve body is tested, remanufactured and returned to the same transmission for assembly.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

31. Technician A says that a California remanufactured A/T is only installed in a Kia vehicle that is being repaired in California, regardless of its emission standards.

32. Technician A says that the solenoids can be replaced under warranty.

Technician B says that only parts listed in the “Kia Remanufactured Automatic Transmission Program” can be replaced.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

33. Technician A says that Kia policy allows pressure testing of the A/T if it is in the service manual. Technician B says that Kia policy allows pressure testing for diagnosis of all A/Ts.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

34. Technician A says that when using the A/T Tester Plus during vehicle ID selection, the ignition key must be in the OFF position.

Technician B says that when using the A/T Tester Plus it should be set to Normal mode to test drive in the automatic shift normal mode.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

35. Technician A says that you can use the Kia scan tool while operating the A/T Tester Plus.

Technician B says that you should use the Kia scan tool to clear any DTC stored after having used the A/T Tester Plus.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

36. Technician A says that the vehicle will operate normally with only the A/T Tester Plus sub-cable connected.

Technician B says that vehicle will default to the fail- safe mode with only the A/T Tester Plus sub-cable connected.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

37. Technician A says that the A/T Tester Plus is updatable.

Technician B says that the A/T Tester Plus can be used on all Kia vehicles.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

38. Technician A says that you use the GSD to update the A/T Tester Plus.

Technician B says that you reprogram the A/T Tester Plus with a serial cable and pc.

Who is correct? a. A only b. B only

c. Both Technician A and B d. Neither Technician A nor B

39. Technician A says that the internal A/T solenoids and related wiring are tested for opens or shorts when using the A/T Tester Plus.

40. Adaptive value reset must be performed after completing all of the following, EXCEPT, a. Replace A/T

b. Replace PCM or TCM c. Reprogram PCM or TCM

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