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Chapter 24 Engine Removal, Disassembly and Inspection

Mr. Mattis

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1.Process of grinding or planning the engine block to cylinder head contact surface.
8.Consists of the block, crankshaft, and piston assemblies.
13.Used to remove carbon in each guide.
14.The point or location at which an object may be lifted while retaining proper balance.
15.Coil spring used to keep valves closed.
17.A metal plug pressed into holes in engine water jacket.
18.The angle that the engine will need to gain proper clearance while lifting.
19.Tool used to collapse valve spring so that the retainer may be removed.
20.A tool used to cut away narrow band of unworn cylinder wall.
2.A round washer used to hold the spring keepers in place.
3.Covers the timing chain and gears.
4.When lifting engines, that point, in relation to static balance, at which lifting hook is attached to puller strap or bar. Pull point must be secure and located to keep engine properly balanced and at the correct angle while lifting.
5.Round weighted device attached to front of crankshaft to minimize torsional vibration.
6.Portion of the cylinder above the top limit of ring travel.
7.Valve spring retainer lock made up of a two piece tapered cone that wedges between retainer and valve stem grooves.
9.Connected to the engine. Used to lift the engine.
10.A specific area used to fasten a cable or strap to remove an engine.
11.A holding fixture for engine so that repair is made easier by having engine at standing height and capable of being turned to different positions.
12.ECM controlled device that can advance and retard engine valve timing in response to engine and vehicle conditions. Usually consists of a hydraulic advance mechanism controlled by solenoids.
16.Engine assembly with heads and oil pan installed.

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