Bore is the diameter of the piston/cylinder, stroke is the distance the piston can travel between its highest position and its lowest position in the cylinder.
Top dead center. It is when a piston is at its highest position.
You have to set your camshaft at a position of firing at number piston ,that is if the camshaft gear does not have a visible timing marks and in relationship with the crankshaft position it has to be position number one piston at TDC
Front driver side
When the point are in no 1 position and just closing no 1 piston is up.
Number one piston is on the left front looking from front of car and firing order is 15426378 piston sequence is left 1234 right 5678 from front of car
Align the piston number 1 (in firing order) at its bottom most position.
NUMBER6 PISTON ALSO IN top dead centre
Don't know what vehicle you are talking about but with most vehicles if the timing chain jumped you won't get out of your driveway. With the timing cover off, most chains and gears have marks stamped into them that should line up when the number 1 piston is at Top Dead Center.
the rotor should be pointing towards the number one plug position on the distributor cap, and the engine should be on compression stroke. If its not the motor will be 180 degrees out
The number one piston on a Ford 302 "Cleveland" is located on the front right position on the crankshaft. The 300 Ford series were nicknamed Cleveland after the plant where most of these cars were manufactured.?æ
Bottom dead center.
once the number 1 piston is on tdc which ever point the rotor is facing becomes the number one position. if you conect the wires from there and follow your firing order you should have no problems.(i have done it)
You can perform a valve adjustment, on your 3412 Caterpillar diesel engine, by rolling the engine to the number one position. Tighten the valve adjustment screw. You will need to do this for each piston position.
The number 1 piston on that motor is the first cylinder on the drivers side.
Bottom dead centre. BDC
Driver side, front piston.
Behind the fly wheel is a plate with 3 marks on it, loosen the 2 screws and put on the center mark, tighten screws down....this should be done with piston in it highest position.
First on the left OR right, depends where you are standing......... No1 piston is the nearest one to the drivers compartment and No4 being at the front of the car.
one ring per piston, the pistons have a groove in it where the ring fits on.
what is piston order of 3.8 amc engine
The number 750 refers to the engine size, also known as engine displacement. It is the volume in cubic centimeters of a cylinder or cylinders that a piston moves in, as measured from the lowest to the highest position of the piston inside the cylinder. Twenty or thirty years ago, a motorcycle with a 750 cc engine was considered large, nowadays engines have become bigger, especially in road and touring bikes, and a 750 is now considered as a medium sized bike.
The piston on the rear calipers will not compress as most vehicles do, they must be screwed back to there fully recessed position.
Generally in grooves near the top of the piston. The compression rings, near the top and the oil rings at the bottom of the top. The ring gaps are staggered.
No need to when disassembling.