AG Power Units Final

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AG Power Units Final
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  1. the resistance to flow
    viscosity
  2. types of oil
    • conventional
    • synthetic
    • blend
    • high mileage
  3. recude oils tendency to thin with increasing temperatures
    viscosity-index improvers
  4. removes deposits; keep surfaces clean; inhibit formation of deposits, rust and corrosion
    detergents
  5. disperse solid particles, keeping them in solution so they don't come together to form sludge
    dispersants
  6. protect metal surfaces
    antiwear agents
  7. reduce engine friction, improve MPG
    friction modifiers
  8. prevents congeal
    pour-point depressants
  9. prevent oxidation of oil
    anti-oxidants
  10. cause foam bubbles to collapse
    foam inhibitors
  11. protect metal from acids & moisture
    rust/corrosion inhibitors
  12. what is put on after the fly wheel?
    armature
  13. what do you space the armature with?
    business card
  14. what is used to space a spark plug?
    flat feeler gauge
  15. what goes on after the blower housing?
    oil & dipstick
  16. what is the last step for building the engine?
    putting on protective cover
  17. what type of engines did we work on?
    Briggs & Stratton
  18. what does the cooling system do?
    keeps engine from overheating or freezing
  19. what does the thermostat do?
    regulates flow of water
  20. what do the freeze plugs do?
    keep engine from cracking
  21. what draws air in through the radiator to cool water?
    the fan
  22. what does the water pump do?
    circulates water to cool cylinders
  23. what do u remove after removing the fly wheel?
    valves
  24. how does disassembly go?
    • splash arm
    • cam
    • tappets
    • conntecting rod
  25. what does the W in oil ratings mean?
    it can be used in a colder environment

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