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Engine.Disassembly

Engine.Disassembly - Small Engine Disassembly A Visual...

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1 Small Engine Disassembly A Visual Guide Objectives: Learn operational theory through disassembly of a small engine. Become familiar with the internal mechanisms of an internal combustion engine. Reinforce lecture-based theoretical discussions.
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2 Procedure Notes: Take notes and make sketches as you disassemble the engine. This will assist you during the reassembly process. Your engine may not be exactly like the engine in this presentation. Four different engine types are used in the laboratory in order to expose students to variations in engine design. Steps 1 & 2: Drain engine oil into appropriate container. Drain gasoline from engine into appropriate container.
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3 Step 3: Disconnect the Spark Plug Cable and Remove Spark Plug Step 4: Remove Air Cleaner & Mounting Plate if Equipped
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4 Step 5: Remove Blower Housing Step 6: Remove Vane Governor, Carburetor Linkage, and Armature
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5 Step 6: Remove Vane Governor, Carburetor Linkage, and Armature Reminder: Sketch a picture of the linkage assembly to the left of this page for reassembly purposes.
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