DOHC. Obviously a v-6 or v-8. DOHC- Double OverHead Camshafts. 2 camshafts per cylinder head.
Real simple exhaust camshafts are the camshafts nearest the exhaust manifolds ( outside if cylinder heads) intake camshafts are on the inside closer to center of engine.
DOHC means Double Over-Head Cam. The engine has 2 camshafts that are located within the cylinder head at the top of the engine.
the wankle engine has no camshaft
DOHC means double overhead cams,which means two camshafts on top of one cylinder bank. 4.6l is the engine displacement.
It could have one, two or four cams. Depends on the engine
A single overhead camshaft V-8 has 2 camshafts, one on each head.
A twin cam is an engine that has two cam shafts (which open and close the valves). The most common reasons for two camshafts are: If a V-shaped engine design uses one cam shaft for each side of the V - obviously, if a V engine has overhead cams, you would need a cam at the top of each side of the V. Also, a straight in-line engine with two intake valves and two exhaust valves per cylinder might use twin camshafts. Actually, I V-6 or V-8 engine with one camshaft on each head in a overhead cam configuration is still considered a single overhead cam. The only time an engine is classified as a twin cam or double overhead cam is when there are two camshafts on each cylinder head. A double overhead cam V-6 engine would have a total of four camshafts. Two for each head.
Dohc means that the engine has 4 valves per cylinder or 2 camshafts per head :)
A person can learn how camshafts work from several different places. Some of these places include How Stuff Works, Essortment Home, and Engine Masters Magazine.
Remove the engine .....bugger of a job
A single overhead camshaft engine can have either one or two cylinder heads. The "single" indicates the number of camshafts per head, not the total number of camshafts.
no, most people find it easier to leave the engine in. is it a pi cam or oem replacement? i would suggest if you dont already have one is the 97 shop manual. and after you get a new cam you'll need to have it tuned
assuming it's a Northstar engine. It's in the center of the engine below the intake plenum chamber.
It sends a signal to the engine computer to tell it the rotational position and speed of the camshafts. The computer uses that information for fuel and spark timing.It sends a signal to the engine computer to tell it the rotational position and speed of the camshafts. The computer uses that information for fuel and spark timing.
Yes, but with improvements along the way. Better camshafts etc...
Is this actually a question? The "2" refers to the fact that the engine has 2 camshafts... and a few extras.
Yes, both engines are practically the same bar the distributor and coil pack, but the camshafts are identical
The engine should be able to fly because the camshafts are hollow, just likea bird's bones.
the kv6 engine has a timing belt that drives both camshafts , shown in the work shop manual
DOHC stands for Dual Over Head Cam : That means that each cylinder head has 2 camshafts on the top of the engine cylinder head ( in the case of the Ford Escort ZX2 , there is one cylinder head on the four cylinder engine so it has 2 camshafts on top of the cylinder head )
Bent camshafts can be cause by Many malfunctions, some of the more common include: 1. Engine overheating. 2.Broken timing belts. 3. Bent camshafts can be cause by Many malfunctions, some of the more common include: 1. Engine overheating. 2.Broken timing belts. 3.
Yes the timing belt should be replace at 60,000 miles. The 3.5 engine is a interference engine. If the timing belt brakes the valves will make contact with the pistons and will thrash the engine. Check your owners manuel. This is a double overhead cam engine and should be by hyundai service center. It is not a job for the novice. I am a shade tree mechanic, do all my repairs but not is one. I have changed timing belt before and would not attempt this challenge.