Engine Cover: the majority of the newer car engine has a beautiful engine cover, so does this Austin Morris engine. Under the engine cover, there are pushrod, valve, cylinder, piston, crankshaft, camshaft, along with other components that hide under the cylinder block. Alternator: Alternator works as a charging station in an automobile engine. When the engine turns, it’ll spin the alternator with a fan belt and it’ll generate electric. The alternator provides those electrical powers to the vehicle as well as to the vehicle battery to recharge it whilst the engine is running. Carburetor: Carburetor plays the role to mix the proper amount of gasoline with air in order to allow the engine runs appropriately.
Fuel injection system
The majority of the newer car engine is now running with a fuel injection system so that they might not have a carburetor. Bowl: For fuel to travel in the carburetor. Radiator: Radiator is a part of the temperature of the engine regulation system. It works together with the thermostat, water pump, radiator cap, radiator fan, relay, water or coolant, and a few main hoses with the purpose to cool down the engine. 10. Thermostat: This small metal plays a very significant role whilst the engine runs. The thermostat regulates the engines operating temperature by controlling the flow of coolant from\/to the engine from\/to the radiator.
In case the engine temperatures are higher than expected, a thermostat will ultimately open the door and allow the coolant to flow to radiator and back to the engine to cool it down. 11. Brake Booster, Vacuum Servo, or Brake Servo: It’s to boost the braking power of a car. 14.15. Spark Plug or Sparking Plug: This device supplies power from the ignition system to the engine. It ignites the compressed fuel and air from the carburetor to an electric spark and for that reason, the engine will start when the combustion happens. 17. Water Pump: The water pump shown in the diagram above is driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft. It runs fluid whenever the engine is running. 18.19. Distributor: A distributor routes high voltage from the ignition coil to the spark plugs.