Will a 7.62mm travel through an engine block?
That depends if hollow point or jacketed and what size engine
That depends if hollow point or jacketed and what size engine block.
That depends if hollow point or jacketed and what size engine block.
sound can travel through objects..it needs a medium to travel in so to block it frm getting frm one point to another u introduce a vacuum in between
A stroker is: An engine that has had the length of the pistons travel extended through a machining operation or: In the case of a small block Chev you can fit the crank shaft from a different displacement engine into a block and create a stroker. The 383 stroker is a common one. Use a 350 CID block and a 400cid crank and conecting rods to get the 383 cid with out the reliability and… Read More
A hole in the engine block is God's way of telling you to get a different car. You get a hole in the engine block when a piece of your engine--normally a rod cap--comes off at full speed and goes through the side of the block. And there's no way to fix it.
Light doesn't travel through opaque objects because the opaque objects block the light.
Kind of. There are water jackets inside the engine block and usually the heads of a liquid-cooled engine Water (or coolant) will either flow from the block to the head to the radiator, or from the radiator through the head to the block (a reverse flow design). The latter is better because it cools the heads first and helps prevent detonation. It also reduces thermal shock to the engine block.
The oil pump. Mounted inside the oil pan, on the engine block.
No trouble at all.
Replacing motor in a 98 Stratus and I have heard that part of the axle is through the block. Is this fact or fiction?
This is not true. Neither drive axle runs through the engine block.
Hi The water pump (Just like a heart)pushes the water/antifreeze through the engine block, and through the radiator where the fins in the radiator absorb some of the heat, and the air passing through the radiator cools the fluid down to be pumped back into the engine block, keeping the engine cool enough to drive. B.H.
The engine block heater cord, on a Ford Explorer, is located near the front grill. The cord can be extended through the bottom of the grill.
If you have trans fluid in your coolant getting new radiatorhow do you flush out engine block and heads?
remove thermostat housing and lower radiator hose from block flush through block.
Yes, both forms of waves can pass through ( you can hear sounds through a window and obviously you can see through a window).
It goes in through the lower radiator hose, and out through the upper.
Because it operates through the combustion of a fuel and air mixture, and this reaction occurs within the engine block.
because there is nothing in space to block the light and no barometric pressure
According to what I've read ( no ) The 1991 to 1994 Ford Explorer uses the same engine block The 1995 and 1996 Ford Explorer uses a different engine block The 1997 to 2000 Ford Explorer uses a different engine block again When it comes to the 4.0 liter OHV engine P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician
There is coolant in the engine block when the engine is not running. The engine block, heater, hoses and radiator remain full when engine is not running.
A large hole in the side of an engine or through the oil pan usually means the engine was damaged in what way?
That means a piston rod broke are came off of the crankshaft and went through the oil pan are side of engine block. It's JUNK
What causes an antifreeze leak towards the bottom of the engine block on a 1991 Honda Civic hatchback?
the most lkely reason of coolant leaks to the exterior of the engine is through a breach between the head and block. you should check the gasket first.
The open circle squares ( ) split the block, but they immediately come back together when they are next to each other. Having the two separate lets you travel through areas that the large block cannot.
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The 2007 Ford escape engine block heater is located on the right hand side of the engine block. You can follow the block heater cord to the block heater.
chances are that the car has been through an extremely cold spell (winter) and there hasnt been enough or strong enough anti freeze in the water, so the water in the engine froze and forced the cap out as its expanded. basicly its what there designed to do, so your engine block doesnt crack when freezeing.
The process of the engine creates huge amounts of heat. Water is past through the engine block (that is where the cylinders are ) where it collects heat from the case body of the engine block and its taken to the radiator where air is passed through the radiator cooling the water. The cycle continues. If the water did not circulate then the engine would expand considerably, the cylinders will also then expand as would… Read More
Sound travels faster through air. Though sound travels farther through solid objects (vibrations), it is faster when traveling through air waves.
a freeze plug hole is where the sand is removed from your engine block or head when they were cast in a sand form. then the freeze plug itself is installed to seal those holes that are where liquid coolants now pass through the engine block and head .
To circulate coolant through the engine block, radiator and passenger compartment heater core.
A pulmonary embolism is caused by blood clots that travel through the blood stream to the lungs and block a pulmonary artery
I need to drain the engine coolant from the engine block on a 1997 transport. Where is the engine drain plug located?
on the buttom of the block Can you please be more specific? Where exactly on the bottom of the block? Near what on the block?
You can't, - it must have an engine block.
On sides of engine block.
On the gasoline engines it is behind the passenger side cylinder head, through the bell housing. On the diesel engine, it is in the side of the block, behind the starter. On the gasoline engines it is behind the passenger side cylinder head, through the bell housing. On the diesel engine, it is in the side of the block, behind the starter.
Every Chevrolet V-6 engine block has a metal plate attached to the engine block, listing the specifics of the engine. The casting numbers should be on the engine block plate.
It's on the Engine block. Easiest to locate by looking through the hole which gives access to the radiator coolant cover.
Anywhere in the cooling/heating system. The connections are the most likely places
On the engine block. where on engine block?
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Light travels through the air. Light is a big mystery because it seems to be both a wave and a particle. Light will just travel through anything that doesn't block it.
If you mean AM radio, it travels quite well through most buildings - but grounded metal will block it. Thus most steel (and aluminum) buildings will have poor reception.
The engine block is the lower portion of the engine that the cylinder heads mount to that houses the pistons,crankshaft ,oil pump etc . Basically ,the block has the cylinders for the pistons...
It`s not attached to the flywheel. It bolts to the engine block through the bellhousing.
Lack of water in you engine block. Lack of oil in your engine block. Can cause piston siege.
When cleaning the exterior of an engine block can cold water make an engine block crack when the engine is at operating temperature?
It should not
Why is it that anti-freeze is leaking out of your 2003 2.7 sebring engine under the thermostat through a hole there in the engine block?
That is the water pump weep hole. The water pump has failed.
Where is the oil pan gasket located on a 1989 through 1992 Ford Ranger Super Cab with the 3 liter V6?
Between the oil pan and engine block on the bottom of the engine.
There is a large screw which goes through the coil pack into the engine block. That screw will get to hot and then cause the engine to stop or not start back when it's hot.
The function of the engine block is to hold the important components such as the cylinders and the pistons. The engine block is where combustion of fuel takes place so that power can be generated.
Try looking near the distributor on the engine-block just below the head there should be a small square block extending out of the engine-block. The engine number will be located on it.
Modern block heaters are installed inline in the heater hose going from the engine to the firewall, instead of electrically warming the engine block they circulate heated water through the coolant system, which is kinda nice because you will have warn heat inside the vehicle a lot faster in addition to nice viscous oil.
depends if you have a scat block or not NEW ANSWER: There is 2 in the back of the engine block. There is 1 on each side of the timing cover on the front of the engine. There is 2 on each side of the engine block just below the heads. Sometimes there are 3 on the sides of the engine block. Depends on the year.