This Driven to Win challenge is a fast-paced digital challenge presented by our partner, The University of Northwestern Ohio, that tests the core components of modern vehicles. The ten participants with the most correct answers (5 Pros and 5 Students) will qualify to move on to Round 2 of the Driven to Win challenge in September, an at-home brake line repair challenge.
Only two participants from Round 2 in September will advance to the next phase of the competition and get one step closer to nationals in Tampa!
Technician A says that if the engine rpm is stable, the scan tool should show a fluctuating MAF reading. Technician B says that the MAF sensor can be a frequency-producing sensor. Who is correct?
Technician A says that most port fuel injection systems supply the injectors a full battery voltage. Technician B says that the port fuel injector ground wire is routed to the PCM. Who is correct?
Technician A says the major drawback to most alternative fuels is fuel storage. Technician B says the major drawback is the increase in emissions. Who is correct?
Technician A says “Raw” vegetable oil is not a certified fuel for Highway use. Technician B says Bio-Diesel is a certified fuel and it is tested for Highway use. Who is correct?
Flexible fuel vehicles can operate on which fuel?
Which contaminate is found in CNG that causes operating problems?
Bio-diesel contains little or no toxins and quickly bio degrades when spilled on the ground or in the water.
Technician A says CNG is the preferred method of natural gas storage on light-duty vehicles. Technician B says LNG is the preferred method of storage on light-duty vehicles. Who is correct?