Mechanic Tests - Heavy Manual Transmissions

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1) Noisy drive train operation is usually the fault of the transmission.
2) The transmission oil is at the proper level when it is:
3) A driver complains that the transmission jumps out of gear when the vehicle is driven over a bumpy road surface. The problem could be:
4) A gear ratio of 7.5:1 would have a lower torque output than a ratio of 3.3:1
5) If a 13 speed twin countershaft transmission is noisy in all gears except high range direct, the probable cause is: