Chapter16Assembly

Chapter16Assembly - Engine assembly Before final cleaning Remove all sharp edges created by machining Combustion chamber Crankshaft oil holes Top

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Engine assembly Before final cleaning Remove all sharp edges created by machining Combustion chamber Crankshaft oil holes Oil pump gears Chamfer top of bolt holes Use tap or die for restoring threads Copyright 2003 Gary Lewis – Dave Capitolo
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Engine assembly Before final cleaning Check cam bores for burrs Use glaze breaker if necessary Could distort cam bearings if not deburred
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Engine assembly Final cleaning Only after all machining is done Use detergent hot tank Insufficient cleaning results in . . . Piston ring wear Bearing wear Valve stem wear
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Engine assembly Final cleaning Coat valves, seats, & decks with clean oil
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Engine assembly Assembling cylinder heads Install valves with oil Protect seals with plastic sleeve on valve Check cam rotation on OHC heads
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Engine assembly Installing core plugs Measure bore diameter to assure correct plugs Use deep plugs where possible Coat outer edges for sealing Drive plug in slightly below block surface
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Engine assembly Typical cooling system is 15 PSI @ 230°F Typical oil pressure range is 20-80 PSI Gasket must not restrict flow Fire rings protect gasket material & cyl pressure
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Engine assembly Chemical sealers Sometimes used in place of gaskets Anaerobic sealers – Absence of air
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Engine assembly Head gaskets Metal-asbestos replaced with ceramic laminate Composite core copper Good compressibility, low compression, 60AA
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course AUTO 94 taught by Professor Davecapitolo during the Fall '03 term at DeAnza College.

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Chapter16Assembly - Engine assembly Before final cleaning Remove all sharp edges created by machining Combustion chamber Crankshaft oil holes Top

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