Why Is There No Pressure in My Car's Cylinder Head?

Answer Engines are basically big air pumps that suck oxygen in, combine it with fuel, squeeze it till it goes boom and then expel it. While engines can tolerate some failure or restriction in the sucking-... Read More »

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How to Pressure-Test a Cylinder Head?

The combustion chamber must contain hot gases if the engine is to work efficiently and last a long time. The cylinder head forms the top of the combustion chamber and contains the exhaust and inta... 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 »

Types of 3 Cylinder Cars?

While six- and eight-cylinder engines remain common in America and many four-cylinders populate Europe and Asia, some automakers offer a selection of cars with small three-cylinder engines. Becomin... Read More »

Why do cars not use single cylinder engines.?

Unfortunately, your total lack of understanding about internal combustion engines, precludes a detailed answer.However, if you take a look at the details of the Field Marshall tractor, you will see... Read More »