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Basic Mechanic Parts of vehicles.

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Daniela Olivo

on 9 September 2015

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Transcript of Basic Mechanic Parts of vehicles.

Internal Combustion Engine.
*A type of engine that is used for most vehicles.

*An engine in which the fuel is burned within engine cylinders
Basic Mechanic Parts of vehicles.
Gears.

A part that connects the engine of a vehicle or the pedals of a bicycle to the wheels and controls the speed at which the wheels turn.
Crankshaft
A long metal piece that connects a vehicle's engine to the wheels and helps turn them.
Camshaft
A device that causes the valves of an engine to open or close at the correct time.
Carburetor
The part of a engine in which gasoline is mixed with air so it'll burn and provide the engine with power.
Injection Pump.
A pump that forces a measured amount of fuel through a fuel line and atomizing nozzle in the combustion chamber of an internal combustion engine.
Crankshaft
Camshaft
Carburetor
Injection Pump
Gears
Piston
Oil filter
Air filter
Cylinder
Rings
Basic parts
Piston
A part of a engine that moves
up and down inside a tube and that
causes other parts of the engine to
move.
Oil filter.
A filter that removes
impurities from engine
oil. The oil filter gets changed
every 3500 miles.
Air filter.
A filter that prevents dust and other particles from entering the air-intake of an internal-combustion engine.
Cylinders
The 4-cylinder is a relatively small and simple engine, designed to maximize fuel economy while providing adequate power.

Rings
An adjustable split metal ring that fits around a piston and seals the gap between the piston and the cylinder wall.
Group 2.
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