6WG1 Used Engine Cylinder Block For Excavator ZX450 - 3 / ZX470 - 5 / 8-98180451-1
|Product name: Engine cylinder block||Model Number: 6WG1|
|Application: Excavator||Part number: 8 - 98180451 - 1|
|Cylinder diameter: 147||valve: 24 valve|
|Cylinder stroke: 154||Number of Cylinders: 6|
|Cooling: Water cooling||Injection: Direcet Injection|
The main structural member of all automotive engines is a cylinder block that usually extends upward from the centre line of the main support for the crankshaft to the junction with the cylinder head.
The block serves as the structural framework of the engine and carries the mounting pad by which the engine is supported in the chassis. Large, stationary power-plant engines and marine engines are built up from a foundation, or bedplate, and have upper and lower crankcases that are separate from the cylinder assemblies.
The cylinder block of an automobile engine is a casting with appropriate machined surfaces and threaded holes for attaching the cylinder head, main bearings, oil pan, and other units. The crankcase is formed by the portion of the cylinder block below the cylinder bores and the stamped or cast metal oil pan that forms the lower enclosure of the engine and also serves as a lubricating oil reservoir, or sump.
How do I know if an engine cylinder isn't working?
If an engine cylinder is not working efficiently then there may be overheating, leaking or misfiring. These can be obvious problems that can be detected by smell, smoke or visible leaks.
If you have a problem with the cylinders, you would be able to detect a sweet and rubbery smell when inside the car. This smell can be created by coolant leaking into the cylinders.
Grey smoke is a good indicator that your cylinders are not working efficiently and the engine is overheating.
Leaks can be obvious, particularly on dry days. If there's a puddle of liquid underneath your car you might want to check its coolant levels.
Cylinder pressure should be balanced to maintain efficient combustion and good engine condition. Low pressure will be easily identifiable as the main indicator is an engine misfire when it is started, or poor performance when driving.
The pressure can be measured using a compression gauge. You can do this yourself if you have one or you can ask a mechanic to do it for you.
If your car is displaying any of these issues, you should have someone check it over. The engine cylinders and gaskets are important working parts of an engine.
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