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Motor Age (1920)
A patented thermostat air control is a feature of the carbureter that provides for the same operating temperature during all seasons of the year. The carbureter is sold complete with all fittings and replaces the Ford equipment An adjustment for ...
Today's Technician: Automotive Engine Performance, Classroom and Shop Manuals, Spiral bound Version (2017)
by Ken Pickerill
The idle air control is a reversible stepper motor that is controlled by the PCM ( Figure 11-16). The PCM also makes small corrections in idle speed by altering the ignition timing. The PCM uses the RPM signal as feedback for the system.
by Ken Pickerill
The idle air control is a reversible stepper motor that is controlled by the PCM ( Figure 12-16). The PCM also makes small corrections in idle speed by altering the ignition timing. The PCM uses the RPM signal as feedback for the system.
by Andrew Lee Dyke
Switclib'omal carburetor air control rod assembly. Gasoline hand pressure pump tube assembly.
As Amended Through April 2010 by Barry Leonard
air mobility liaison officer — An officer specially trained to implement the theater air control system and to advise on control of airlift assets. Also called AMLO. (JP 3-17) air movement — Air transport of units, personnel, supplies, and ...
Encyclopedia of Engineering (1906)
A Treatise on Boilers, Steam Engines, the Locomotive, Electricity, Machine Shop Practice, Air Brake Practice, Engineer's Catechism, Gas, Oil, Traction and Automobile Motors, Refrigeration by Calvin Franklin Swingle
Westinghouse, illustrated 162 Straight air control valve, Dukesmith, illustrated. 313 Straight air control valve, Dukesmith, method of piping 317 Straight air ...
by Robert D. Burrowes
AIR CONTROL. The policy and doctrine developed by the Royal Air Force and applied in the Aden Protectorates in the late 1920s and thereafter whereby control over territory and people was exercised through the threat and use of bombing ...
by Us Department Of Defense
tactical air control center — The principal air operations installation (ship— based) ...
by Don Goodsell
IAC See idle air control. IC engine An internal combustion engine. identification lamps Lamps used in clusters at front or rear top to identify specific classes of large vehicles. idle air control Valve for controlling air flow in induction system when ...
by David Crolla
Figure 4 compares an example basic blower air control pattern with a warm-up control pattern. 3.1.3 Vent control The vent control switches the vents that are used to blow air into the cabin based on the most comfortable setting for the vehicle ...
by Fioretta. Benedetto Mattia
TACC tactical air control centre. 1a centre de controle a Hien tactique. 1b. centre de controle tactique air ( CCTA).
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
tacan tactical air navigation Tac Brdg Tacoma Bridge TACC Tacna-Arica Copper Consortium; Tactical Air Command Center; Tactical Air Control Center; ...
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