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Livestream TODAY: Engine Building 102

Tomorrow's Technician

We’ve talked about the business of the engine – where the hard work gets done and the power is transferred to the drivetrain. Formerly editor of Engine Builder magazine, he is currently editorial director of Tomorrow’s Technician and ShopOwner, including Brake & Front End, ImportCar and Underhood Service.

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Watch Now: Engine Building 102

Tomorrow's Technician

We’ve talked about the business of the engine – where the hard work gets done and the power is transferred to the drivetrain. The post Watch Now: Engine Building 102 appeared first on Tomorrows Technician. But where does the power come from? Different types of cylinder heads: LS, Hemi, flathead, etc.

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Deciphering An Engine Misfire Code

Tomorrow's Technician

Some misfire complaints are a flashing check engine light, and a P0300 to P0312 diagnostic trouble code (DTC) indicates that one or more cylinders are misfiring. The engine usually feels rough, lacks power and uses more fuel than usual. For example, if the engine is in open-loop operation, it might not run the misfire monitor.

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The Impact of Fuel Type on Engine Performance

Tomorrow's Technician

By understanding the details of how fuel interacts with the engine, you will be better equipped to make informed decisions about which fuel to choose for your vehicle. For starters, one crucial aspect of fuel that affects engine performance is its octane rating.

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Engine Coolant Antifreeze – Engine Cooling And Testing Made Easy

Danny’s Engineportal

Danny's Engineportal - Helping Solve Automotive Engine Problems Danny Bender Engine Coolant Antifreeze – Engine Cooling And Testing Made Easy Danny's Engineportal The job of engine coolant antifreeze, is to protect the engine, from severe temperature and corrosion.

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Carbon Deposits In Direct Injection Engines

Tomorrow's Technician

why direct-injection engines are more prone to carbon deposits. One reason is unique to direct injection, and the remaining two are problems for port fuel-injection engines that are made worse by direct injection. A direct fuel-injection motor produces more energy from a given amount of fuel and air than a port fuel-injection engine.

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Turbocharged 6.7L Cummins Engine

Tomorrow's Technician

However, his fascination with diesel engines soon led him to explore this uncharted territory. Powerstroke engine. Cummins engine. The engine features an LSM block and a Wagler Competition cylinder head. The engine features an LSM block and a Wagler Competition cylinder head. Under the hood, he’s dropped in a 6.7L