| anonymous kirjutas "It's always a good idea to stop your engine with the piston at the bottom of its cycle, so when the engine cools and slightly contracts, the tapered sleeve won't squeeze the piston at the top and ruin the engine's close tolerances. To know when your piston is at the bottom of its cycle, remove the glow plug and turn the engine over manually until the piston travels down. Then mark the flywheel with a solid line at the bottom. Do this once, and you'll always know when the piston is in the proper position. |
Mark Williams Lake Tahoe, NV "