aqn wrote:OK, here are my answers:
1g - C
2h - C
3j - J
4a - G
5h - H
6d - C
7a - H
8g - i
9i - G
1. There are 3 blue lights on the top of the dash. What is the meaning of only the number 3 blue light flashing (the one on the driver’s side) when number 1 and 2 are not illuminated?C.
The 12 volt lead acid battery is charging
2. How does the LEAF calculate the displayed speed?C.
Speed is determined from a measure of the outside diameter of the tires, and calculating the velocity of the tires rotation (pretty much like every other car in the world)
3. How is the traction battery pack cooled?J.
None of these (the main battery has no active cooling of any kind)
4. The SL model of the LEAF comes equipped with a solar PV panel. How long must the car sit in clear, bright sunlight to add 10 miles of range?G.
None of these (the LEAF solar panel only charges the 12V lead acid battery, which doesn't add any range)
5. What is true about the spare tire?H.
None of these (none of the cars have a spare, regardless of country of delivery)
6. About how many LEAFs have been delivered?C.
10,000 – 15,000 (about 11,700 worldwide at the end of August)
7. Headlights areH.
A and C
>>> A. LED (low beam)
>>> C. Incandescent (high beam)
8. Parking brakeI.
C and F
>>> C. If the battery dies, a half dozen huge "capacitors" use their stored energy to electrically operate the brakes <<<<
>>> F. The parking brakes are drum brakes, even though all four wheels have disc brakes on them<<<
9. What is different on a UK spec'd LEAF that a USA model does not have?G.
A, B, C and E
>>>>Cars still use miles per hour in the UK (answer D)<<<<
10. What does the acronym LEAF stand for, according to Nissan?D.
Leading Environmentally friendly Affordable Family Car