AG Power Units Final
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the resistance to flow
types of oil
- high mileage
recude oils tendency to thin with increasing temperatures
removes deposits; keep surfaces clean; inhibit formation of deposits, rust and corrosion
disperse solid particles, keeping them in solution so they don't come together to form sludge
protect metal surfaces
reduce engine friction, improve MPG
prevent oxidation of oil
cause foam bubbles to collapse
protect metal from acids & moisture
what is put on after the fly wheel?
what do you space the armature with?
what is used to space a spark plug?
flat feeler gauge
what goes on after the blower housing?
oil & dipstick
what is the last step for building the engine?
putting on protective cover
what type of engines did we work on?
Briggs & Stratton
what does the cooling system do?
keeps engine from overheating or freezing
what does the thermostat do?
regulates flow of water
what do the freeze plugs do?
keep engine from cracking
what draws air in through the radiator to cool water?
what does the water pump do?
circulates water to cool cylinders
what do u remove after removing the fly wheel?
how does disassembly go?
- splash arm
- conntecting rod
what does the W in oil ratings mean?
it can be used in a colder environment
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