AC Maintenance & Repair Manual for Diesel Engines by Jean Luc Pallas

By Jean Luc Pallas

The target of this publication with its exact step by step color pictures and diagrams, is to allow each proprietor to mend their diesel engine very easily. Troubleshooting tables aid diagnose strength difficulties, and there's suggestion on usual upkeep and winterising and repair.

Jean-Luc Pallas's enthusiasm for passing on his wisdom, in addition to his transparent factors, specified suggestion and step by step directions make this a different e-book.

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Mineral or synthetic? Whether mineral or synthetic, engine oil is always derived from crude oil. An oil is said to be mineral when the original product has not been modified. A semi-synthetic oil achieves the same formulation by adding synthetic additives to enhance its performance. Synthetic oil is obtained from crude oil whose molecules are modified by chemical treatments. At either low or high temperature, synthetic oils offer superior performance, incomparable to that of conventional mineral oils.

Some older engines are equipped with an air heater fitted on the inlet manifold. Engines with indirect injection need the help of glow plugs to start. These can be controlled automatically by electronic modules that take the ambient air and engine temperatures into consideration. Injection pump governor 1 Injection pump 2 Cam ring lifter 3 Guide screw 4 Control rod 5 Control rod guide screw 6 Flyweights, regulate the fuel delivery rate 7 Control arm 8 Maximum revs screw 9 Maximum flow screw 10 Control rod end connection Injector Located on the cylinder head, it either enters directly into the combustion chamber (direct injection) or into a pre-combustion chamber (indirect injection).

The piston The piston is made of light alloy and has an alternating rectilinear motion. The piston crown forms part of the combustion chamber. For this reason, it is sometimes hollowed out with cavities designed to create turbulence to improve combustion. Rings set in the upper part of the piston, towards the crown, make the combustion chamber airtight. They are known as the compression ring, the oil ring, and the scraper ring – which is usually located below the piston pin. The compression ring is often chromed.

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