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The Adlard coles book of maintenance and repair for outboard motors

Артикул: 00427216
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Автор: Jean-Luc Pallas
Издательство: Adlard Coles Nautical (все книги издательства)
Место издания: London
ISBN: 9780-7136-7615-0
Год: 2006
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 126
Вес: 500 г
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AS WITH MOST TECHNICAL THINGS on a boat, the outboard engine is simple to use but can seem obscure and complex as soon as it breaks down. However, on taking a closer look and with a bit of guidance, all can become clear. That is the aim of this book. It explains engine technology in simple terms, with drawings that allow you to visualise how it works.
The best way to avoid engine breakdown is by carrying out regular maintenance. With a little guidance, a task that appears tedious and time-consuming can in fact be relatively quick and easy. The maintenance and repair worksheets in this book are designed to allow beginners as well as the mechanically knowledgeable to work on their outboard engines with confidence. All these tasks, whether maintenance or repair, are explained with precise illustrations showing the steps for each procedure. All the tasks are coded as either simple, technical or complex depending on your level of skill and experience.
The book is divided into four parts. The first covers the technical elements of outboard engines. The second part contains maintenance/repair worksheets that will allow you to maintain your engine efficiently. The third section reviews the most common causes of engine breakdown. A troubleshooting list allows you to diagnose and fix the most common outboard engine problems. Finally, the fourth part reviews the different steps to follow in one of the most important maintenance routines: winterising. Designed along the same lines as the step-by-step maintenance/repair worksheets, this chapter will show you how to winterise your engine in one short afternoon.

Introduction Why an outboard?
The past
Outboards today
EU 2004 emissions standards labelling
Distribution networks
Anatomy of an outboard
The power head
The shaft
The lower leg
How it works
The four-stroke cycle
The two-stroke cycle
Two strokes or four?
The main parts of an outboard
Commonly used terms
Piston displacement
Compression ratio
Power to weight ratio
Specific fuel consumption
Number of cylinders
The different systems and their functions
Fuel system
Ignition system
Cooling system
Propulsion (drive) system
Lubrication system
Systems check
Checking the instruments
Listening for noises
Checking the cooling system
Checking the fuel system
Scheduled maintenance
Table of scheduled maintenance
Hands-on tasks
Checking the spark plugs
Replacing and adjusting the spark plugs
Replacing the starter cord
Dismantle, check and refit the thermostat
Changing the gearbox oil
Changing the engine oil
Removing the lower leg
Checking the water pump
Remove, check and replace the propeller
Checking the compression
Preparing the fuel mix
Cleaning the fuel filter
Cleaning the carburettor
Adjusting the idling rate
Adjusting the idling rate and fuel/air mix
Adjusting the fuel/air mix
Adjusting the bowl fuel level
Checking the kill switch and stop button
Checking the battery
Recharging the battery
Checking the oil pressure
Breakdown tables
Laying up
Desalting and lubrication
Fuel filter
Draining the gearbox
Cleaning and greasing
The propeller
The recoil starter
The sacrificial anodes
Some advice
The battery
Storing the engine
Conversion table for commonly used units of measurement

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