Wednesday, 8 April 2015

How A Cylinder Head Works?

Cylinder Head

Working Of Cylinder Head

Helpful Information
A cylinder head is constructed of cast aluminum or iron which are designed to operate at a particular temperature range. If this range is exceeded (overheated) the head can become cracked or the head gasket could fail causing a malfunction such as coolant in the engine oil. An automotive engine depends on the cylinder head operating correctly for example, if intake valve has become worn or damaged, it can cause the engine to idle rough due to leaking gases contaminating the combustion process.

Step by step explanation of how an automotive engine cylinder head works. This information pertains to all internal combustion engines.

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