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Engine Teardown, Cleaning, and Inspection

Get students fired up for intensive engine service work! This video demonstrates the most important tasks involved in disassembling, inspecting, cleaning, organizing, and measuring engine parts. All major stages of engine tear-down and reassembly are shown, including front-end disassembly, cylinder head removal, piston and rod removal, crankshaft removal, part cleaning, and part inspection. Viewers will learn how to hoist and suspend or mount an engine, remove major components, measure part wear, check for cracks and damage, and how to determine what parts should be ordered for an engine rebuild. Safety procedures are also reinforced in this program. Correlates to all National CTE Organizational Standards (including the provisions of the Perkins Act). A viewable/printable instructor’s guide is included. A Shopware Production. Part of the series Automotive Engines. (32 minutes)

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Film Introduction: Engine Teardown, Cleaning, and Inspection
During engine repair small mistakes can result in serious part damage. Correct engine disassembly techniques prevent part damage, allow for essential part inspection, result in good component organization, and save time during reassembly.