What is the operating temperature of the internal gas combustion engine?

If the cooling system is functioning properly...approximately 210 degrees fahrenheit.

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Is a 3.8L V6 Pontiac engine interchangeable with a 3.1L V6 Chevrolet engine?

yes but you have to switch the e c m as well and the need to be close to the same year

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Will an 89 Toyota Cressida engine work on an 87 supra both are 7M - GE engines.?

yes. you can swap them. they are the same engines. even the wiring harness is the same

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What is a combustion engine for?

Converting chemical energy energy into kinetic energy (ie movement).

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How powerful is a 4 cylinder engine?

Too many variables to answer that question. Try to narrow it down to a particular make, model and year.

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Will engine parts for a 2001 Eclipse V6 fit on a 2001 Galant V6?

Check the engine codes on both models. I know the parts on the 2.4L 99-03 Galant ES and the Eclipse GS '00-'04 are the same.

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What is backfiring in engines?

Two main kinds: true backfire is when flame leaps out of the intake manifold ... usually when trying to start the car.The more common form is when a air/fuel mixture builds up in the exhaust system and ignites. Often caused by a single cylinder not firing every time (or not at all).

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How are pollutants formed in the internal combustion engine?

the burning of gas......the spark pulgs ignite the gasoline...the ignited gas is sent out of the car out the exhast...there is many different ways the car companies has helped to less pollute the air by using EGR Valve (Exhaust Gas Recirculation). and the use of catalatic converter and many other...

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How does engine produce heat?

From the result of combustion during the power stroke of each cylinder.

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What were some of the reasons that the electric car was overtaken by the internal combustion engines by 1920?

general motors wanted their vehicles used despite the fact that the electric car was more efficient and better for the environment<><><>The 1920s electric car also had a very limited range, and required a lengthy recharge of some very expensive batteries. In many parts of the US...

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Can the number on the intake tell the motor size on a ford engine?

If you are talking about the number that is in big text, that's the size,1.8 1.9 2.0 2.2 2.4 2.6 2.9 3.0 3.1 3.4 3.6 3.8 4.0 4.6 4.9 5.0 5.7 and so on,,,,This is in litres, You can find the inches by multiplying this number by 61

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Can a bi-fuel vehicle gasoline-LPG run on CNG as well?

yes but i'm pretty sure the injector size for the lp and cng are different check with the kit manufacturer you might be able to just change the regulator setting.

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Where can i purchase a 4.7 crate engine for my Dodge Ram 1500?

Your local dealer will have a listing for that in their parts department.There are plenty of palces that sell rebuilt/replacement issues. It would be best to find one close to your location or has very low shipping as that can be a big part of the price. If you want a little more power there are ...

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What effect did the international combustion engine have on transportation?

Hmm "international combustion engine" sounds like another name for world war II.

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Why is an internal combustion engine less efficient when it is cold?

The oil has less veocity therfore your engine must warm up the oil and the eninge at the same time. Also you probly have the heater on and that draws from your alternator and makes it work with puts strian on your motor

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What happens to the nitrogen in an internal combustion engine?

They become oxides of nitrogen or the emission NOx, this is controlled by the EGR valve to lower combustion temperatures and lower the NOx gas wich contributes to phot chemical smog, the stuff you see in the air.

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What is an example of an external combustion engine?

Examples of external combustion engines:1) wood-burning or coal burning steam-powered locomotives2) coal and oil-fired boilers on steamships3) Stanley Steamer, an early steam-powered motorcar4) nuclear reactors

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Why is nickel used for coating in an internal combustion engine?

This sounds like a home work question. But as I don't know what your teacher wants for an answer. I will discuss what I know.A high hardness metalCan be and is used in alloysIs relatively inexpensive for its propertiesIs very resistant to corrosionCan be plated to other materials (The coating sys...

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Who built the first internal combustion engine?

Samuel Brown was the first to patent the internal combustion engine in 1823, but if you want to get technical, a rocket engine qualifies as a internal combustion engine which was invented in the 13th century used by the Chinese, Mongols and Arabs.François Isaac de Rivaz built an internal combusti...

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Is your reliant a 750 0r 850 engine starts with 3L?

the whining noise is probably your passenger whining about the stupid questions you ask

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What are the two types of internal combustion engines and what are the major differences?

There is spark inginited( I.E. gas) and the other is C.I. compression ignition (Diesel), and that is the difference.Diesel is ignited by the high cylinder pressure of a diesel engine, it is more eff. than a gas engine, because it burn more completely and can be run alot leaner than gas engines.Ga...

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Why would the radiator cooling fan not turn on when the engine gets hot in a 1988 Nissan Sentra 1.6 the sensor and main relay have been replaced and the fan is good?

Check thermostat, if stat not working it wont be circulating the water past the sensor to bring fan on. Is one of the coolant hoses cold even when it overheats? Hope this helps

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What is the difference between pneumatic tools and electric tools?

It is how they are powered. Electric tools are powered by electricity and pneumatic tools are powered by forced air.

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What is the difference between internal and external combustion engines?

The only external combustion engine I can think of would be a steam engine. I suppose subway trains could be considered external since they receive electrical power from outside to run the electric motors.

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The source of thermal energy in an internal combustion engine?

The source of thermal energy in an internal combustion engine is from a combination of pressure (the piston compressing the air/fuel mixture), ignition of air/fuel mixture by spark plug (largest contributor), and friction of moving parts inside the engine.

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Component of internal combustion engine?

There are many components but the most noteable are the block, head, crankcase, cylinder, piston, piston rod, crank shaft, camshaft, and flywheel.

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How do you convert a diesel engine to a gas engine?

If you have the engineering know-how and an engineering workshop with the right tools it might be possible to convert the engine if you were already a car repairs and tuning enthusiast... But then you would not be asking this question here, would you? !!!!It would definitely not be possible to co...

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How do you turn off the check engine light on a 1997 eagle talon?

you can go to an autozone or similar store and have them run a diagnotic, then have them shut it off. :)

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What is the weight difference between a diesel engine and a gas engine?

A diesel engine is heavier than a petrol engine because some parts in a diesel engine are made from cast iron such as cylinder sleeves etc. The weight difference is usually between 10-20kgs.

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What is air fuel ratio?

Air to fuel ratio is the ratio between the weight of air to the weight of fuel, for example: 14.7 pounds of air to 1 pound of fuel would be a air:fuel ratio of 14.7:1 This particular example is called the stoichiometric ratio for gasoline...it's ideal ratio in order to efficiently use all the fue...

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What are the four strokes of an internal combustion engine?

Intake, Combustion, Power, Exhaust

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Can you sue the mechanic who installed an engine into your car in your garage and who failed to tighten the distributer properly causing the entire engine to seize?

Yes. It sounds like he was negligent in not properly installing a part that he knew or should have known that if not properly installed would have caused the damage.

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What is meant by the term external combustion engine?

A steam engine is a good exampleExternal combustion means the burning of fuel happens away from where the conversion to motion happens.

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What is a GT engine?

the engine on a gt350 is a high preformance 289 model, 16 cylinder

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How do you paint a car engine?

You can get some high-temperature paints simply enough at any hardware store, but you aren't going to end up with anything that looks like anything but a "painted engine." If you want it to look the real deal, you should probably find chromed parts instead of a 5-dollar can of chrome paint and if...

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What year is the engine on a Yamaha Virago engine number 5E3-001471?

Its between an 81 - 83 model, in 84 Yamaha went to a 17 digit Vin number.Hope this helps. I have an 81 Virago with a 9 digit number on the frame and engine as well.

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What was used before the internal combustion engine?

Steam engines however these were used in heavy cumbersome vehicles when they were used in transport. however factory's generally got their power from steam.

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What is hydrostatic locking in internal combustion engines?

If I understand the question this is caused by liquid getting in the cylinder and the liquid not allowing the engine to turn over.

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What is the functioning of Internal combustion engine?

pretty much to put it simply, the purpose of the internal combustion engine is to turn potential energy in the form of petrol or diesel into mechanical energy. This is done by exploding the fuel in the combustion chamber of the engine, therefore creating heat and rapid expension of gas which driv...

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When was diesel engine invented?

1893 by Rudolf Diesel.

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Is it possible to use cold air in Internal Combustion engines?

depends what u mean...there r actual modifications for cars called "cold air intakes"in theory, the colder the air, the better the engine will perform bcoz the air is more dense and so more oxygen molecules in it. this is where nitrous comes in.....the actual nitrogen doesnt burn, but it is an ex...

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Is a internal combustion engine a type of engine?

Well, you have rocket engines and jet engines which aren't internal combustion engines, and various types of internal combustion (Otto cycle -- what you probably have in most cars, Diesel cycle like small diesel cars and trucks, Wankel cycle like in Mazda rotary engines like the RX series, and 2-...

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What kind of combustion engine does a truck use?

Depends on the vehicle. if you mean Heavy truck like a eighteen wheeler or dump truck then most of them use Diesel engines. If you mean light duty truck like a 1500 Chevy or dodge or f150 its gasoline. If heavyer then that it could be either gas or diesel.

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Why do you need the internal combustion engine?

We all need the Internal Combustion Engine because we wouldnt have lived without it. we need the engine for cars, buses, trains, trams etc. It is mostly the most help of transportation in the world! continuing, let say you had a job and you were late for a meeting, (this is when the combustion en...

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Similarities between Internal combustion and external combustion engine?

everything except the location

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Is the engine ina 2004 Mitsubishi Monteo limited edition a non Interference engine?

The Mitsubishi 3.5L V6 is an interference engine. The 3.8 is not.

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What is the exhaust gas composition of internal combustion engines?

3 major gasses (as checked in an emission test) hydrocarbons, Co. & Nox (oxides of nitrogen)In exhaust gas of diesel engines (at correct fuel mixture) there was 13.8% CO2 (carbon dioxide) and 84.5% N2 (nitrogen).

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How does combustion work?

Any combustion needs Fuel, Oxygen and heat.In a petrol engine, the fuel and air are mixed in either a carburettor, or a fuel injector system. The heat is supplied by the spark plug and maintained once the mixture is burning rapidly. The massive expansion of the burning gas, is used to push the pi...

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Why does your diesel engine race by its self?

usually there is a fuel leak internally however it can also be an air leak

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Why engine cease?

engines cease because, it is our misconception that the cylinder of the engine is cylindrical,in actual the cylinder walls are slightly slanting.and th diameter of the piston is a bit less than that of the cylinderwalls,which is known as clearance,,which is formulated for the smooth running of pi...

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Is a Mazda 2.7 liter engine a non interference engine?

I cannot find any Mazda 2.7 liter that even uses a cam belt. Model year would really help to give you a 100% answer.The year and model would help.

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Why won't the fan come on when engine gets hot?

if it a electric fan it may just be bad now if it runs of the water pump it may be a bad fan clutch. or it could be the thermostat. or fan relay.It could also be the sensor in the computer has gone bad which means you need a new computer.

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What is the Efficiency of a standard internal combustion engine?

the internal combustion engine works by converting chemical energy (fuel) into heat energy. the heat energy then expands the compressed air to drive the piston down. typically a third of this heat goes straight out of the exhaust, which is why the exhaust gets hot. another third of the heat is ab...

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What does the internal combustion engine give rise to?

It completely revolutionized how we get to point A to point B. It gave rise to pretty much every form of transportation that we have today that has an engine.

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Why is the '87 Jimmy's engine fan blowing out the front of the car?

this means either the fan blades are on backwards or the polarity has been reversed in the wiring, making the fan run the wrong way

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What are the four strokes of internal combustion engine?

intake stroke, compression stroke, power stroke, exhaust stroke in that order

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How do you ruin a gas engine?

if you let it over heat, and not check the oil between 1 and 2 weeks, depending on how often you drive th vehicle.

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Who made the internal combustion engine?

If you mean who made the first combustion engine, i have no idea, but the first Four-Stroke engine was made by Nikolaus Otto.

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How does an external combustion engine work?

An external combustion engine (EC engine) is a heat engine where an fuel is burned outside the engine, which heats an internal working fluid. The fluid expands and drives the engine to produce motion or usable work.Conversely, internal combustion engines burn or explode the fuel within the engine...

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Do you need the twist cap on your gasoline tank to drive your car?

I do not think so and I think the primary use of a fuel tank cap is to prevent dirt from getting into the gas. Plug it with a rag (with the rag partially hanging out) until you can get a new one ( $7 @ Walmart )Yes!!!, it is illegal to not have a cap on the fuel tank.=============================...

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What year did people start using combustion engines'?

http://inventors.about.com/library/weekly/aacarsgasa.htm

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Who invented the first combustion engine muffler?

http://www.american-automobiles.com/Reeves.htmlHe was my great grandfather. This muffler was the first known general patent. This is not a catalytic muffler however.

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My oil is really black?

Change it on a regular basis.

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What is the engine life expected from a cummins isl 9?

More the same as any other EPA2012 Cummins engine. For highway applications, you could get 1,000,000 miles + out of them, provided you do the necessary upkeep. For vocational applications, you should get an equivalent number of hours. Now, if you're gonna have operators who continually cancel reg...

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Will your engine overheat if there is to much oil in the engine?

No, but a lot more oil can cause other damage.

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Types of internal combustion engines?

Engine types based on stroke :1. Two stroke engine (in which ignition is takes place twice that is in incoming stroke and second in outgoing stroke )2. four stroke engine (in which 4 process are done that is Suction,compression,power transmission and exhaust. and ignition is takes only once )Ther...

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Can I drive around with diesel and petrol 50 50 mix together?

No, you will damage both your valves and engine as the two types of fuel have differing ignition specifications. Don't try it, it is false economy. Steve Oakley Saudi Arabia

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Compression ratio of the internal combustion engine is defined as?

The compression ratio of an internal-combustion engine, or an IC engine as it is more commonly called, is the ratio of the volume the highest capacity of the combustion chamber to its lowest capacity.In the IC engine, the piston makes a stroke, resulting in the compression of the air in the combu...

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Is grinding engine numbers legal?

Its not like a gun serial number, the numbers are used to identify the group and specs on the engine for rebuilding purposes, they also identify an engine to a vehicle serial number. During an inspection process sometimes they attempt to match up serial numbers to authenticate the vehicles histor...

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Which is worse to the air the burning of coal or internal combustion engines?

The question cannot be answered unless you define what you mean by "worse". Both pollute. You also have to describe the conditions under which the coal is burnt. Burning high sulfur coal can produce oxides of sulfur that cause acid rain but emissions regulations may require scrubbers on coal-fire...

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What is the scope of internal combustion engine?

Internal combustion engins come in a huge range of sizes from 1 or 2 ccs (for model aircraft), to vast engines for ships.

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Why does a car engine rumble?

Do you have an exhaust leak?Do you happen to have have an exhaust leak or a damaged water pump bearing?

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Why does an engine run roughly?

if it's runninng rough my guess could be spark plugs are fouled up. if not then next check the spark plug wires then the distributor.

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What is the difference from a 302 engine to a 347?

347 stroker is a 302, bored .030 over with a .400" long crank.302= 4 x 3 inch347= 4.03 x 3.4inch

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Why do cars use internal combustion engines rather than external combustion engines?

The term "Internal combustion" means the burning, or combustion of the fuel/air is detonated in an enclosed cylinder under compression, driving piston down. If the combustion was external, there would simply be an explosion in the air that produces no power.

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Does a bus engine work the same as a car engine?

Mainly, yes, but there are minor differences, and of cource the bus engine is usually largest :)

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What if the McLaren F1 have forced induction?

It would have been faster, but the designer didn't want the turbo lag, he wanted the throttle response of a normally aspirated engine.

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Could you put a gas turbine engine in a car?

Look up the Bloodhound SSC, they've put the Eurojet EJ200 turbofan engine from the Eurofighter Typhoon into it to break the land speed record.

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Are gasoline and diesel engines external combustion engines?

No, they are internal combustion engines.

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What is the difference between internal combustion engine and external combustion engine?

An internal combustion engine burns the fuel inside the engine itself, i.e. gasoline burning in the cylinders.An external combustion burns the fuel outside the engine, i.e a steam engine on a locomotive.

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How has the internal-combustion engine helped society?

Allows food to be delivered to towns Allows people to commuteAllows nations to wage war/defend itselfThe list could be near endless

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The car engine whistles the loss of power engine light goes on and engine shakes?

Broken vacuam hose, check PVC hose and power brake hose.One possiblity is:you need to check the coolant fluid level. DO NOT OPEN the radiator when it is hot. Hot Coolant WILL scald! Let the engine cool down and check the coolant reservoir. Re-fill the reservoir slowly away from your face. Cold co...

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Why your check engine light usually turn off after having your gas filled up?

your gas cap is not sealing, put a new one on car it will stop

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Identify the source of thermal energy in an internal combustion engine?

In an internal combustion engine fuel is burned in a combustion chamber or cylinder inside the engine

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Is a 2.9 Chevy 2007 Chevy engine a 5 cylinder?

No. The Chevrolet LLV (Vortec 2900) engine introduced in 2007 is a 2.9L straight-4 DOHC engine

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Convert cc to hp?

A convert cc has 350 horsepower

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What does the condenser on a car engine do?

"ITS PART OF THE COOLING SYSTEM?? " That is what the part is, not what it does. The Condenser, condenses the refrigerant while releasing heat that was in the car. Allowing the system to cool the inside of the car.

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Tool is left in your car engine?

oops. what sort of tool and what part of engine.

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What are the engine sizes for a 1992 GMC Sonoma are there more than one V6?

1992 GMC TRUCKS SONOMA 2.5L 4-cyl Engine Code A 2.8L 6-cyl Engine Code R 4.3L 6-cyl Engine Code W 4.3L 6-cyl Engine Code Z Good Luck and Remember. Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil. Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's. See My Bio For Information & Contact Details.

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What type of internal combustion engine is used in F1 cars?

four stroke / petrolNowadays they use V8 2.4 litres engines but there are plans to change to V6 turbocharged engines starting from 2014.

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What are some gas saving tips for trucks with a diesel engine?

First of all, don't put gas into a diesel truck. That will save you a very large repair bill.best tip i can give you is dont try to drive same asa gasoline engine they just do not urn the same also start to breal earlier than you would with a gasoline engine diesels do not create backpressure tha...

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Explain the basic principle of operation of internal combustion engine?

There are 4 strokes to your average everyday gasoline engine. As well as other little moving partsThe initial combustion is achieved by the starter motor manually cranking the engine to force the pistons into action, think about some old timey looney toons cartoon when you see someone out in fron...

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How did environmental legislation affect the electrical equipment for internal combustion engines industry?

The legislative environment of the 1990s proved a boon to replacement part companies, since tougher emission standards related to the Clean Air Act of 1990 and other environmental legislation increased consumer demand for aftermarket parts.

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How the engines of automobiles are different from the rail engine?

Most basic difference: The automobile engine is overwhelmingly a gasoline engine. Rail engines were steam at first, and today are either diesel or electric. To my knowledge, there has never been a gasoline railroad locomotive.

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What is the Difference between a 350 engine and a 454 engine?

What are the differences between a 350 and a 454 engine?

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How do you fix an engine fan on a 106 as it doesnt come on and the car overheats?

It could be the fan switch mounted on the n/s of the radiator. Easy job, but if you've overheated the engine there may be further problems.Phil

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The purpose of a camshaft in an internal combustion engine is to?

Its purpose is to open the right valves at the right times.

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Can you replace a diesel engine with a gasoline engine?

you can but you have to replace gas lines and tank and some sensors

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Why are electric motors more efficient than combustion engines?

electric motors lose very little power from friction, they also make more torque at a lower rpm than gas engines, they also require little maintenance and pollute less.

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What is the combustion efficiency in an automobile engine?

It varies somewhat depending on engine design, but a gasoline engine is approximately 30% efficient due to heat, mechanical loss, etc. Despite modern engines getting about 98-99% efficiency out of the gasoline.

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