This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 Excerpt: ... is a delicate instrument, and one frequently deranged. The commonest source of trouble is short-circuiting, due: 1. To breaking down of ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 Excerpt: ... is a delicate instrument, and one frequently deranged. The commonest source of trouble is short-circuiting, due: 1. To breaking down of insulation, cracking in porcelain plugs, oil-soaking, deterioration of cement filling, or metallic impurities in mica plugs. 2. To fouling with soot between the electrode surfaces and spark points. Troubles due to the first cause demand renewal of the plug. Fouling with soot may generally be removed with gasoline. Preventives of fouling arc: 1. An annular space between the core insulation and the outer shell, producing a vortex, as is alleged, and allowing piston suction to remove deposits. 2. An outside spark pap, which will generally suffice to insure a a spark, but it does not prevent fouling between the spark points. Fv 231.--Steering Wheel Iind At tachments of the Pope-Toledo Carriage. A Is the vheelrim; K aspoto or arm of the three-armed spider; C, sector for Bliding arms, 1) and E; D. throttling arm and handle; K. spark regulating handle. The throttle is opened hy movingrthn handle clockwise around the sector; the spark is advanced by moving its handle in the same direction. Circuit Wiring.--The principal points for examination are: 1. The terminals and binding posts. These should be firmly secured--all looseness being avoided--although crushing of the wires should be carefully guarded against. 2. The insulation which should be examined for breaks, flaws or rubbed areas. By this means leaks and short circuits will be avoided. Preparing to Start the Engine.--In preparing to start the engine of a gasoline motor carriage, it is necessary to be careful: 1. That the clutch is thrown out, so that the vehicle cannot start until desired. 2. That all parts of the lubricating system are in working order, all connections opene...
technical drawings, charts and photos throughout. Good. No Dust Jacket. CAR 039371 The red cloth exterior of this thick book is in good shape save for a little fraying to the top of the spine cloth. The interior is clean and tight, thanks to a previous owner who used red cloth library tape to match the endpapers at the gutter and white library tape on interior page where gutter must have been showing. Book is very tight. Great illustration including a "centerfold" on different colored (tan) paper showing "An American Gasoline Motor Bicycle". 9 pages of ads for other Audel books at the back.
Fair/NONE. Fair only. Covers worn and stained, front hinge cracked at endpapers, threads exposed, board still loosely attached.; Classic work on this topic, first published in 1902. More than 500 illustrations andd diagrams of motor carriages driven by steam, gasoline and electricity.; 9.13 X 6.57 X 1.11 inches; 667 p.
Fair. Tight binding. Unmarked text pages. Some thumb stains on outer edges of text pages with minimal creasing and dog-earing. Pencil markings on flyleaf pages; 1/3 of blank page torn out. Cracking of spine inside front cover. Cover stained, bumped and scruffed. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
Good+ with no dust jacket. Interior hinges are cracking, spine faded, some small tears to edges of covers, owner's address inked on verso of FFEP, couple small soil marks, light toning to pages; b/w photos and illustrations; 628 pages.
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