Approximate time to complete this lesson: 15 minutes.
To begin Lesson 4.4, watch this video (2 minutes, 25 seconds).
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True or False: It is recommended that you check engine fluids prior to environmental processing.
True or False: Additional information for the removal of mercury switches can be found on the ARA web-site.
True or False: Mercury switches are commonly located under the hood, in the truck, in the glovebox, and in ABS systems.
True or False: Only an “approved person” as defined in the ODS regulation can perform the recovery of refrigerants.
True or False: The use of electrical drills is considered a safe alternative to pneumatic drills for the extraction of fluids from vehicles.
True or False: Secondary containment is defined as any area designated for the storage of hazardous wastes.
True or False: Be sure to confirm the battery has been removed or disconnected for a maximum of 5 minutes before removing air bags.
True or False: You should position yourself directly in front of the airbag during removal.
True or False: It is recommended that you always cut wires at the base when removing electrical control modules.
True or False: Any unwanted body parts removed should be safely stored in the vehicle.
True or False: Always have catchment containers ready as you remove parts that may contain residual fluids.
True or False: When disconnecting the drive shaft universal bolts should always be placed back so you don’t lose them.
True or False: When removing an engine with a hoist you should avoid abrupt, shaking, and jerking motions.
True or False: Emergency brake cables should be cut before rear axle disassembly.
True or False: A coil spring clamp must be used to relieve pressure of the rear suspension during disassembly.
True or False: All small parts that cannot be written should be placed back in the vehicle.
True or False: Door or quarter panels should be wrapped in bubble wrap before shipping.
True or False: When sectioning a vehicle it is important to secure the vehicle due to changes in weight due to removal of the part.