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When checking the springs during a vehicle inspection, do all of the following, except

A Glue cracked coil springs
Explaination
When checking the springs as part of the vehicle inspection test, you should look for missing, shifted, cracked, or broken leaf springs, as well as broken or distorted coil springs. If the vehicle is equipped with torsion bars, torque arms, or other types of suspension components, ensure that they are not damaged and are mounted securely.
B Look for missing leaf springs
C Look for broken coil springs
D Ensure torsion springs are not damaged