How To Install a New or Rebuilt Carburetor

To install a new or rebuilt carburetor, follow these steps:

1. Go down to the local auto parts store or call an auto wrecker and ask for a rebuilt carburetor for your vehicle. Give them the make, model, and year of the vehicle; the size of the engine; how many cylinders it has; and so on. If your carburetor still has a metal tag on it, bring the tag along; the tag has all the information that the salespeople need to know.

Pemeriksaan & Pembersihan Sistem Ventilasi Karter

Pada torak-torak selalu terjadi kebocoran gas selama langkah kompresi dan usaha. Gas bekas itu masuk karter dan harus dibuang. Pada motor lama, gas tersebut. dibuang keudara luar melali sebuah pipa, akibatnya timbul polusi. Pada motor modern, gas yang masuk karter dialirkan kembali kesaluran masuk melalui sistem ventilasi karter

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Steering Column Removal

Removal Instructions :

  • Disconnect the negative (ground) cable from the battery.
  • Compress and turn the horn button 1/4 turn counterclockwise to release the button from the retainer.
  • Disconnect the horn wire at the horn blowing switch.
  • Remove the three (3) screws and insulators attaching the horn ring and horn blowing switch to the
    steering column. Remove the horn ring and switch.
  • Loosen the steering wheel nut several turns and install the steering wheel puller tool and remove the steering wheel nut and steering wheel.

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Causes of Engine Bearing Failure

1. Dirt

a. Dirt in the Lubricating System
The presence of dirt particles entrained in the lubrication system is one of the most frequent causes of bearing damage. The root of the problem is usually that the engine is not sufficiently clean. In line with the nature and size of the foreign
particles, the bearing will exhibit a correspondingly lesser or greater degree of circumferential scratching and, usually, any debris that may have become embedded in the lining.
Recommendation : when repairing the engine, ensure that the entire lubrication system is carefully cleaned

b. Dirt on bearing back
The presence of a foreign particle trapped between the bearing back and its housing will lead to a raised area, with the  ensuing risk of contact between this protruding high-spot and the journal. Signs of this will be seen in the area opposite
the particle, along the inner surface of the bearing, where there will be evidence of marked localized wear. Recommendation : ensure that all housings in which bearings are to be seated, are carefully cleaned prior to  assembly.

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PT Ford Motor Indonesia Merengguk Keuntungan Di bulan September

PT Ford Motor Indonesia

Bulan September nampaknya menjadi bulan penuh kesenangan bagi banyak merek otomotif di Indonesia, termasuk Ford. Di bulan kesembilan tersebut, Ford berhasil mencatatkan peningkatan penjualan hingga 24 persen. 1.274 mobil Ford pun ludes terjual. Continue Reading →

How to Find a Leaks in the Cooling System

In addition to keeping the water and coolant level where it needs to be, you can prevent trouble by keeping an eye out for leaks and replacing old or damĀ­aged hoses. Figure bellow shows the common trouble spots in the cooling system the places where you should check for coolant leaks.

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Safety Precautions for General Air Conditioning System

  • Wear gloves when connecting or disconnecting service gauge hoses.

  • Always wear eye protection when working around refrigerant and air conditioning systems. Since the system’s high side is under high pressure, severe injury to the eyes could result if a hose were to burst. Refrigerant also evaporates rapidly when exposed to the atmosphere, causing it to freeze anything it contact. That’s why it’s a good idea to protect skin and clothing with a shop coat. And a bad idea to wear loose clothing or things like ties or jewelry that could get caught in the drive belts.

  • Never strike a section of copper or aluminum tubing or a heat exchanger in a charged refrigeration system. A blow from a heavy tool could easily cause the relatively soft material to rupture.

  • If you have to apply force to a pressurized refrigerant threaded fitting, always use a back-up wrench to avoid the direct transfer of excessive torque to a section of refrigerant tubing. Whenever possible, use wrenches specially designed for "1/4 inch flare nut" fittings (R-12 systems) or for 112-inch "Acme" fittings (R-134a systems).