What is the timing for a 1983 Motorhome-454 cubic inch engine The motorhome is 31' in lenght Is the timing setting the same for all 454 engines made in 1983 If so then you know the answer?
First of all, the size of the motorhome has absolutely nothing to do with how to repair the engine. Specify which make of engine it is, and you may get better results. Tgzzzz: I don't understand how someone could write the above incredibly ignorant comment. If you don't know what a 454 is, stop talking and start listening! Hi! I have a 1984 motorhome (31' ;-) with a Chevy P30-series chassis, 454 engine. The timing is on the air filter cover and is listed as 4 deg. BTDC. I tried looking this up online for myself--the Chevy-published info for this chassis & engine didn't indicate a timing, and directed me to look other than where the timing info _was_ located--and I haven't found it (and I've found a lot of red herrings). You might start w/4 deg., but perhaps a "history of the 454" would indicate model changes which might help with whether or not what I'm seeing would be of use to you.
That depends on WHICH model of motorhome you have. Either way, expect it to be in the engine compartment.
The tech website says that all plugs on tecumsah engines is .030
We have a 1998 Bounder Motorhome (with ford engine) how do we replace the headlight switch?
How to Troubleshoot a Dodge 440 engines that is in a 1978 Jamoree motorhome that backfires through the carburetor after the engine warms up?
possible need carb rebuild, or a flat cam lobe . Could be timing or bad timing chain.
Reciprocating engines (piston engines) are internal combustion engines. Rotary engines ( Wankel engine) is also an internal combustion engine. In general, all types of engines in which the combustion chamber is an integrating part of the engine is considered a internal combustion engine.
yes most current engines are interference engines
The 14.5 hp ohv Briggs & Stratten engines require a 0.30 in gap
Diesel engines are more efficient than gasoline engines.
The engine are classified based on combustion (ignition), fuel used, cooling, application and constructions. Based on the combustion type : 1. External combustionengines and 2. Internal combustion engines Based on fuel used : 1. Diesel engines, 2. Petrol engines, 3. CNG engines and LPG engines Based on cooling system : 1. Air cooled engines and 2. Liquid cooled engines Based on applications : 1. Statinary engine 2. Rocket engine and 3. Automobile engine Based on… Read More
The plural of engine is engines.
Aircraft engine manufacturers construct aircraft engines, and maintain the engines when faulty.
A car engine is a heat engine, but there are various types of heat engines outside the realm of car and truck engines.
That would be the 400 turbo.
Atk engines com or 350 Chevy engines com
Setting the governor on a mower engine depends on whether it is a mechanical or pneumatic governor and the type of control that is used. The governor plays a very important part by keeping the engine from overspeeding and causing possible damage. I suggest you check out a book on Briggs engines at your local library and find the procedure for setting the type of governot equipped on your engine.
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Is it possibl to change a diesal engine in a ford duetto 1995, for a turbo engine.
yes both the 8 valve and 16 valve engines are interterence engines
There are hundreds of different biplanes with many different engines. IN WW1 the 'rotary' engine was popular. After the war radial engines and inline and Vee engines began to gain popularity. There were many engine manufacturers.
It depends what Honda you have. For the 1995 Civic the idle speed settings are: D13B2 ENGINE......800+/-50 RPM D15Z1 ENGINE......700+/-50 RPM D15B2 ENGINE......810+/-50 RPM D15B7 ENGINE......750+/-50 RPM D16Z6 ENGINE......750+/-50 RPM With the IAC valve disconnected (when setting up): All Engines (except D15B2)...420+/-50 RPM D15B2 ENGINE....................625+/-50 RPM
Petrol engine is a spark ignition engine Diesel engine is a compression ignition engine Petrol engine uses petrol or CNG as fuel Diesel engine uses diesel as fuel Petrol engines requires continuous supply of electricity for spark plugs Diesel engine running cost is bit cheaper than petrol engine Petrol engine exhaust is not as black as of diesel engine Diesel engines meter the fuel to control engine output Petrol engines throttle the air to control… Read More
Depends on which engine. There were four cylinder gas engines, six cylinder gas engines, and an inline four diesel engine.
by what do you mean interference engine?
Most engines are internal combustion 4 stroke (4 cycle) engines.
Of an individual diesel engine and an individual steam engine of the same energy output the diesel engine would be less polluting. It is far more efficient. However, there are far more diesel engines than steam engines in the world today so overall diesel engines pollute more than steam engines.
The spark plug gap for a 1.6 liter Honda engine should be 0.044 inches. Most Honda engines use the same gap setting.
The V8 engines and the 3.8 liter V6 engine have the distributor in front The other size V6 engines have the distributor at the rear The straight 6 cylinder engine has the distributor on the drivers side
In the days of steam engines each engine had its own crew, engineer, fireman and usually brakeman. Diesel engines have only one engineer in the lead unit, the others are controlled from the lead engine. Even the engines in the middle or rear end of the train are controlled from the lead engine in most cases.
There are a number of different types of car engines. Some of these engine types are Straight/Inline engines, V type engines, Rotary engines and diesel engines.
A ficticious heat engine that works at the maximum theoretical efficiency is called a Carnot engine. Real engines, that obviously work at a lesser efficiency, include the combustion engines found in cars. A ficticious heat engine that works at the maximum theoretical efficiency is called a Carnot engine. Real engines, that obviously work at a lesser efficiency, include the combustion engines found in cars. A ficticious heat engine that works at the maximum theoretical efficiency… Read More
satellite has no engine
It all depends upon throttle (power) setting, altitude, outside air temperature, air density, the condition of the engine and just exactly what engine it is that is in the jet. A lot of variables in turbine engines. Bottom line is this, turbine engines are Mass Flow engines. Massive amounts of air which means massive amounts of fuel. You won't see me pulling out my credit card to fuel one.
for ci engines it requires large cylinder becoz ci itself means compression ignition engine, where as si engine(spark ignition) engine requires small cylinder so, the ci engine is heavier than the si engine.
Internal engine has its energy ignited in the cylinder. like 99.9% of engines today An external combustion example is a steam engine where the heating prosses is done in an boiler out side the engine.
IC & EC engines are heat engines and they convert heat into work. Example of an IC engine is a petrol engine and example of an EC engine is Steam Engine. The main differences between them are listed below: 1) Combustion: The main difference is where the combustion takes places. In IC engines fuel combustion takes place inside the cylinder, whereas in EC engines it takes place outside the engine cylinder. 2) The temperature and… Read More
piston engines have more torque than jet engines..
The deck of an engine is the area of the block that mates to the cylinder head.
Engines that are tested according to I.S. 1600 - 1960 are: A) Compression Ignition Engine B) Carburetor type Engine C) Gas Engines
No, a diesel engine will not burn LPG. It would destroy a diesel engine. A gasoline engine can, with some modifications, burn LPG.
passenger side below dash
its a 75 to 79 440 out of a truck or motorhome.
I get nine mpg on the road with mine.
Steam engines and diesel engines are heat engines. An electric motor isn't an engine - it converts and transfers power, but doesn't actually create it.
No, diesel engines cost more to build than petrol engines. They are built much heavier.
There are basically two types of spark ignition engine. They are the diesel spark engines and the petrol spark engines.
Diesel engines have much higher compression than gasoline engines, requiring a thicker cylinder block.
It depends on where the engines are if its on the wings then no
rocket engines,compared to jet engines
the Boeing 777 has a twin engine system (2 engines).
Good question. I'm looking for a wiring diagram for a 1978 Cruise Aire on a Dodge chassis. The engine won't start with the key. Have to jump start using the solenoid under the motorhome where all the electrics for the engine and the motorhome connect. Any suggestions?