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1 Automotive Engines Part 2 (Block )
2 Major Parts Cylinder Block – Lower End Cylinder Head – Upper End
3 Cylinder Block Main structural component of the engine Casting generally made out of iron or aluminum Holds the crankshaft, connecting rods, pistons and camshaft
4 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Deck Cylinder head sealing surface
6 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Bell Housing allows for transmission mounting
7 Bell Housing
8 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Oil Pan Rail oil pan sealing surface
9 Oil Pan Rail
10 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Timing Cover – covers timing set, may allow water pump mounting, may allow fuel pump mounting
11 Timing Cover
12 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Fuel Pump Boss – allows for fuel pump mounting
13 Fuel Pump Boss
14 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Cylinder – contains combustion gasses
16 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Lifter Valley – returns oil to crankcase
17 Lifter Valley
18 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Lifter Bores – controls movement of lifter
19 Lifter Bores
20 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Motor Mount Bosses – Allows for engine mounting
21 Motor Mount Bosses
22 Cylinder Block - Surfaces 1. Main Bearing Saddle and Cap – holds Crankshaft
23 Main Bearing Saddle and Cap
24 The End
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