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AUTOMOTIVE: Fuel, Lubricating and Cooling Systems (2nd Edition)




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THIS IS one of a series of five books covering in detail the construction, operation, and maintenance of automobiles. The five books are designed to give you the complete background of information you need to become an automotive mechanic. Furthermore, the comprehensive coverage of the subject matter in the books should make them a valuable addition to the library of anyone interested in any phase of automobile engineering, manufacturing, sales, service, and operation.

RAPID technological developments in the automotive field, as well as advancements in educational methods required to keep pace with these new developments, have made advisable a new edition of
Automotive Fuel, Lubricating, and Cooling Systems. This revision includes material on the new automotive equipment introduced in the past three years and related servicing techniques. Insofar as possible, this new material has not been appended to the old; instead, it has been integrated into the pattern of the text so that the student sees the new material as part of the complete presentation.

The comments and suggestions of teachers and. students who have used the earlier edition have been carefully analyzed and acted upon where possible during the revision of the text. Reports of their experience in the actual use of the text for classroom and home study have been of paramount importance to the author in his efforts to make the book of maximum usefulness. Improvements that have been made in the present edition, therefore, should be credited to these users, and acknowledgment of their helpful suggestions isherewith gratefully extended.

Content:-
How to Study This Book
Preface to the Second Edition
Acknowledgments
1. AUTOMOTIVE FUNDAMENTALS
2. FUEL·SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS
3. FUEL-SYSTEM OPERATION
4. CARBURETOR FUNDAMENTALS
S. AUTOMOTIVE CARBURETORS
6. FUEL-INJECTION and LPG FUEL SYSTEMS
7. AUTOMOTIVE-ENGINE FUELS
8. DIAGNOSING FUEL-SYSTEM TROUBLES
9. FUEL-SYSTEM SERVICE
10. CARBURETOR SERVICE
11. ENGINE LUBRICATING SYSTEMS
12. LUBRICATING-SYSTEM SERVICE
13. ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM
14. COOLING-SYSTEM SERVICE
Appendix A: Exhaust-gas Analyzers
Appendix S: Glossary
Index

Author Details
Behind "William H. Crouse's" clear technical writing is a background of sound mechanical engineering training as well as a variety of practical industrial experiences. He spent a year after finishing high school working in a tinplate mill, summers, while still in school, working in General Motors plants, and three years working in the Delco-Remy Division shops. Later he became Director of Field Education in the Delco-Remy Division of General Motors Corporation, which gave him an opportunity to develop and use his natural writing talent in the preparation of service bulletins and educational literature.




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