One very important area to look at is the fuel lines for the engine. Kombis do burn, and it’s caused by petrol spraying all over the engine. Check the fuel lines carefully and if they look old and cracked replace them with quality fuel line. Make sure that they are not rubbing on the tinware and that the pipes going into the carby and fuel pump are not loose. This is important!
First look for a reliable car shop in your community. Try to observe where most people take their vehicles when they do have car problems. Try to seek opinions from your friends and neighbors on what car shop they would recommend and ask what experiences they have had. By having testimonials from people, who have experienced a certain repair shop, you can conclude from that how reputable the repair shop is.
rebuild a car engine The great thing about this is the fact that it is easy to do. You just need some electrodes, a power source and a couple of other little bells and whistles and you can create HHO on demand and really run a car on water… or at least the basic building blocks of water!
overhaul a care engine Upgrade or add to the sail inventory. No matter what the advertisement says, 8-10 year old sails are past their prime. Stretch, wear, UV light take their toll. At the least they will need a major overhaul. And you may need to replace one or more sails. Consider that on a 27 foot cruising boat, the typical mainsail can cost more than $1000 dollars. That’s labor, additional reef points, and materials. Save lots of money if you learn to repair or make your own sails.
Make sure after you put the car back on the floor that you close the hood of the car. This is where the body panel inspection will begin. The gaps between the hood, fenders, header, and cowl vent should look uniform, and have about 1/16″ to 1/8 ” gaps.
build your own water engine a car engine Translation: the engine can not crank out 5000 rpms to get it engage. The engine only operates as 3600 rpms max. If so the clutch actuates at a higher rpm and therefore the camming action does not occur quick enough and causes the pulleys to slip and generate heat on the pulleys and burn the belt.
Now, I’m recalling some years back when I was a delivery guy, too. I learned a simple car care truth. You won’t hear of it from your mechanic – but tens of thousands of us car buffs practice a simple routine to double and triple the life of our working cars and equipment. So can you!