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an interference angle machined on a valve or seat is usually______ degree(s) less than the seat angle.
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User: an interference angle machined on a valve or seat is usually______ degree(s) less than the seat angle.

Weegy: If an interference angle is machined on a valve or seat, the angle is usually 1 degree.

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User: Dampers (damper springs) are used inside some valve springs to.

Weegy: Dampers (damper springs) are used inside some valve springs to: prevent valve spring surge.
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User: technician A says that the torque applied to the head bolts is the same as the clamping force on the gasket. technician B says that the clamping force is the force actually applied to the surfaces of the gasket. who is correct?

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Technician A says that the torque applied to the head bolts is the same as the clamping force on the gasket. Technician B says that the clamping force is the force actually applied to the surfaces of the gasket. Both Technicians A and B are correct.

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which of the following terms is defined as the difference between the tensile strength and yield strength that determines its ability to stretch?
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Yields strength is defined as the difference between the tensile strength and yield strength that determines its ability to stretch.
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35lb-ft (pound feet) equals about how many nm (Newton Meters)?
Weegy: 35lb-ft (pound feet) equals about 47 nm (Newton Meters). =35 x 1.3558179483314 =47.453628191598995 (More)
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an older engine that uses flat-bottom lifters should have an adequate amount/number of ______ in its oil or oil additive.
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An older engine that uses flat-bottom lifters should have an adequate amount/number of ZDDP (zinc) in its oil or oil-additive.

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two technicians are discussing proper pH levels of coolant. technician A says that coolant has a pH above 7 when new and becomes lower with use in an engine. technician B says that OAT and HOAT coolants have a lower pH when new compared to the old green LAT coolant. who is correct?
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Two technicians are discussing testing coolant for proper pH. Technician A says that coolant has a pH above 7 when new and becomes lower with use in an engine. Technician B says that OAT and HOAT coolants have a lower pH when new compared to the old green IAT coolant. Both Technicians A and B are correct.
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Two technicians are discussing testing coolant for proper pH. Technician A says that coolant has a pH above 7 when new and becomes lower with use in an engine. Technician B says that OAT and HOAT coolants have a lower pH when new compared to the old green IAT coolant. Both Technicians A and B are correct.
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certain high-performance vehicles use dry sump system because it allows for.
Weegy: Certain high-performance vehicles use a dry sump system because it allows for: more power, longer periods of cornering and braking, greater oil capacity. -all of these options. User: technician A says that a crankshaft determines the stroke of an engine. technician B says that the length of the connecting rod determines the stroke of an engine. who is correct? (More)
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Technician A says that the crankshaft determines the stroke of an engine. Technician B says that the length of the connecting rod determines the stroke of an engine. Only technician A is correct.
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