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Used car tip - adjusting the compressor belt tension - The make and model of your used car determine which component you shift to increase the compressor belt tension. It may be the compressor itself, the alternator, the power steering pump or a separate idler pulley. The car's service manual will direct you to the correct component, or you maybe examine the pulleys within the belt's span to find the one that has an adjustable fastener. To adjust the idler pulley, loosen its retaining bolts with a wrench and push the pulley away from the compressor to tighten the belt. Recheck tension after driving the car and keeping the AC running for a few minutes.
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Like its predecessor, the modern car engine is powered by the combustion of gasoline mixed with air. This mixture is drawn down combustion chamber at the top of a hollow cylinder. A piston's house in the cylinder with just enough room to move up and down. A rod swings from below the piston, so that the whole piston rod assembly resembles a fisted form enclosed by a sleeve.
Other pistons move up and down there cylinders, intern. The resulting rotation of the crankshaft is transmitted by a series of gears through the drivetrain to the wheels.
Attempts to make the car engine smaller and more fuel-efficient have led to a number of variations, and no one engine can now be described as standard. To save space, smaller engine blocks can be mounted across the engine compartment, perpendicular to the wheels.