Theory

  • electronic ignition wiring
  • The theory of operation is very simple. The reluctor is similar to the rotor of a points type system, except it has vertical vanes that protrude from the side. As the distributor turns, these vanes pass very close to the core of the pickup coil.
  • what is a timing belt
  • 2. Illuminated check engine light:  The car’s computer monitors engine operation to ensure emissions don’t get too high. A malfunctioning timing belt will hurt engine performance and increase emissions. If this happens, the computer will turn on the 
  • bmw x3 gallery
  • Motivated by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that delivers 248 hp and 258 pounds-feet of torque, the xDrive30i routes its power to an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is standard on all X3 trim levels regardless of which engine
  • auto braking systems
  • While the concept of non-locking brakes has been around for a number of years, the first truly effective anti-lock braking systems have been around since the 1950s, when British firm Dunlop first developed its Maxaret system for use in aviation.

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