Opposition to applied voltage.
A starting system.
A starting device.
20 degrees apart.
30 degrees apart.
90 degrees apart.
120 degrees apart.
Resolder them until they have been bench checked.
Cut them, but remove the wiring completely intact.
Resolder them until all wiring has been replaced with new wires.
Cut them unless there is sufficient length remaining for resoldering.
At the last minute.
With the defective part removed.
Before final reassembly of the enclosure.
As soon as you replace the defective part.
Fuel from the fuel system.
Air from the induction system.
Water from the cooling system.
Oil from the lubricating system.
Dirt and metal particles.
Heat, wear, and resistance.
Blow-by and loss of power.
Dilution and increases cohesion.
Change the overlap and timing so that the intake and exhaust valves are not open at the same time.
Change the overlap and timing so that the intake and exhaust valves are open at the same time.
Advance exhaust valve opening time.
Retard intake valve opening time.
Decreased because of the increased internal operating temperature of the engine.
Increased because of the better mixing of the fuel with the air charge.
Used more efficiently and horsepower is increased.
Used more efficiently and horsepower is decreased.
Correct defective components only.
Rigid maintenance schedules.
Periodic overhaul schedule.
Blockage of airflow.
Lube system malfunctions.
Slipping belts on the blower.
Abrasion by foreign particles.
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