Description of Cylinder Head Valves?

Answer Cylinder head valves are a critical component of an engine. These valves regulate the intake of the fuel air mixture from the fuel system and the exhaust from the combustion process.

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How to Adjust the Valves on a Chevy 6 Cylinder 250?

The Chevrolet 250 cubic-inch straight-six engine was used in Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, and Oldsmobile passenger cars from 1966 to 1979, and in light trucks until 1984. The 250 engine uses hydrauli... Read More »

How do I Identify a Ford Cylinder Head by the Letters on the Head?

Identifying the Ford cylinder head code stamp can be quite easy, aside from the fact that certain makes must actually have the head removed to read the code, which appears on the underside of the h... Read More »

Cylinder Head Specifications?

Engines do not come together haphazardly. Design engineers think things out and design the engine accordingly. One area of design is the cylinder head. The dimensions of the cylinder head must be k... Read More »

How to Install a Cylinder Head on a BMW E28?

The BMW E28 is one of the company's 5-Series line of cars. It was manufactured between 1981 and 1988, and came standard with a 24 valve cylinder head engine known as the S38. Like all vehicles, the... Read More »