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Internal Combustion Engine. Most engines in road going vehicles are 4-cycle internal combustion gasoline engines.

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When the alternator has a bad diode, the output voltage is "spiky." This confuses the ignition module and the spark stops momentarily. The engine will stall at idle or at no-throttle (while slowing …
answered Jan 5 by John Canon
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To answer why there is compression at all, an explosion is just an explosion unless you can make it do some work. The rapid expansion of gases needs to be harnessed. By compressing the fuel-air mixtur …
answered Jan 15 by John Canon
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Check and clean the ground side connectors: battery to ground, engine to ground. When you get a click that means there is a voltage drop somewhere. First measure the battery voltage while it is … clicking. If good, then measure voltage between battery negative post and engine block. For example, at the alternator bracket. As a final check measure voltage between the large starter terminal and the negative terminal. That missing voltage is somewhere in the loop. …
answered Feb 3 by John Canon
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The torque convertor clutch is powered by one of several solenoids inside the transmission drain pan. The grounding wire screws can loosen. On problem 2, the ignition module could be faulty as it heat …
answered Dec 26 '18 by John Canon