General Inspection

EFI – Air flow meter

Posted by:

PURPOSE
The air flow meter is a component to allow the velocity of air through it and at the same time it measures the air passing either by a hot wire or a flap connected to a potentiometer.  This value is sent to the computer indicating the quantity of fuel required.  If the air flow meter is a hot wire type it also has a self cleaning process to keep the wire clean from the value interference.

THINGS TO LOOK FOR
Continue Reading →

0

Electrical System – COIL AND SPARK PLUG LEADS

Posted by:

PURPOSE
The purpose of coil and spark plug leads is to deliver high voltage spark from the coil to the spark plugs.  As ignition leads carry a high voltage it is very important to use caution when handling these leads with the ignition on or with the engine idling.  Ignition leads are made of fibres to reduce the possibility of radio wave interference.  Due to the high demand of these leads they may fail at any time. 

THINGS TO LOOK FOR
Continue Reading →

0

General Inspection – Air Bags

Posted by:

PURPOSE
Air bags are designed to save lives and reduce the risk of personal injury to the driver and passengers. An extra $3,000.00 to purchase a vehicle fitted with an air bag is well worth the expense. If fitting any additional bumper bar component it may affect the air bag safety operation. 

THINGS TO LOOK FOR
Is it possible to see if an air bag is operating correctly or if buying a second hand vehicle fitted with an air bag?  The ...

Continue Reading →
0

General Inspection – CLUTCH

Posted by:

Mechanical configuration of linkages

 
PURPOSE
A mechanical configuration of linkages is to move the clutch lever fork.  A mechanical configuration is used instead of a hydraulic clutch applicator.  This is also adjustable.  A mechanical configuration may also use a cable that makes it adjustable.  Any clutch assembly must have free play.

THINGS TO LOOK FOR
A mechanical clutch configuration may require adjustment.  If you notice the pedal becoming hard to press this could be an indication of a frayed cable or ...

Continue Reading →
0

General Inspection – Clutch slave cylinder

Posted by:

PURPOSE
The clutch slave cylinder is designed to plush the clutch lever in order to engage or disengage the clutch lever or fork.  The clutch slave cylinder has a bleeding nipple fitted  and bleeds the clutch hydraulic system.

THINGS TO LOOK FOR
The clutch slave cylinder is a component under pressure while it is in use making it possible to leak.  If there are any drops, or dampness is found around the clutch slave cylinder, it needs to be attended to ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 4 of 17 «...23456...»