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ATV Word Search

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dirt bike Word Search

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two stroke
tread
gears
choke
transmission
spokes
fourstroke
chassis
tires
piston
final drive
combustion
chamber
brake disc
gear set
clutch

Automotive Word Search

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Muffler
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Cycling Word Search

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wheels
tyres
tube
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stop
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spokes
signs
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mountain bike
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auto tech Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

gears that transmit power Transmission
The device used to raise the vehicle to replace the tire Tire Jack
housing that contains and supports the sterring shaft steering column
rotating shaft that serves as axes for the wheels spindle
device that tells you speed speedometer
device placed at each wheel to regulate suspesion rebound and compression shock absorber
the plug that fits inside a cylinder piston pin
brakes used to keep a vehicle from moving parking brake
applied to a smooth surface lubrication
two powerful lights on front of vehicle head lights
metal lid covering engine hood
supporting structure of vehicle frame
poisonus gas exhaust
another name for motor engine
length of steel rod wound into coil coil spring

Auto Word Search

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Air Bag
Air Conditioner
Alternator
Axle
Battery
Body
Brake
Bumper
Car Seat
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Child Seat
Clutch
Cooling Fan
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Rearview Mirror
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Steering Wheel
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Tires
Transmission
Trunk
Turn Signals
Wheel Rim
Wheels

Brakes Crossword

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An automatic system that applies brake pressure, then releases, the applies in a rapid, pulsating fashion repeatedly. ABS
Flat metal plate inside the brake drum on which the brake shoes, wheel cylinders, and other brake parts are mounted Backing Plate
A screw valve designed with a hollow center to allow fluid to be bled through it bleeder screw
Steel tubing that delivers brake fluid under high pressure from the master cylinder to the brake hose at each wheel brake lines
Found only on disc barkes, houses piston which uses the force of hydraulic brake fluid to squeeze brake pads against the roter caliper
A rubber seal on a disc brake caliper which prevents moisture and other debree from entering the cylinder area where the piston compresses the brake fluid dust boot
A mechanial back-up system that will activate rear brakes should all hydraulic operation somehow fail emergency brake
When brake pad or shoe grip diminishes beacuse brake components have been overheated Brake fade
The ability to absorb fluids hygroscopic
A safetly valve that monitors whether fluid pressure is equal in both seperate brake system circuits pressure differential valve
A type of disc brake caliper where the housing is designed to slide on the guide pins from side to side over the brake rotor floating caliper
A disc brake rotor with cooling fins between its faces vented rotor
Unit in a power brake system that multiplies the force exerted on the brake pedal to the master cylinder vacuum booster
Components in a drum brake setup with two piston that extend outward as the brake fluid pressure increases Master cylinder
A special measuring tool with a gauge indicator that can be used to check rotor runout and wheel bearing play. dial indicator
A brake design that provides servo action regardless of which way the drum is turning (forward or reverse). duo servo
A method of bleeding the brakes that allows fluid to dribble out of the open bleeder screws by gravity. It's a slow process and rarely used except in applications that require it because of metering valve arrangements that prevent normal manual or power bleeding procedures. gravity bleeding
Hardware in a drum brake system that holds the shoes to the backing plate. hold down springs
The amount of sideways variation in the movement of a brake rotor or wheel. Lateral runout can be checked by positioning a dial indicator against the rotor and then turning the rotor. The amount of runout can then compared to specs to determine if the rotor needs to be resurfaced or replaced. lateral runout
Refers to variations in the thickness of the rotor, or the parallel alignment of the two surfaces of the rotor. Parallelism is checked with a micrometer at six or more different points around the circumference of the rotor. If the thickness varies more than the specs allow, the rotor must be resurfaced or replaced. parallelism
A threaded adjuster mechanism in a drum brake that moves the brake shoes further apart so the linings will be closer to the drums. star wheel adjuster

Part Identification Crossword

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Description

Main structure of engine ENGINE BLOCK
Place where piston travels to compress fuel and air CYLINDER
Head fastened to the end of the cylinder block away from the crank case CYLINDER HEAD
Main bolts that attach the head to the engine block HEADBOLTS
Creates seal between head and engine block HEADGASKET
Cylindrical object that travels up and down within cylinder PISTON
The offset part of the crankshaft, creates the stroke of the engine CRANKPIN
Converts linear motion of the piston into rotary motion CRANKSHAFT
Holds the wrist pin in place inside the piston GSPRING
Connects the piston to the connecting rod WRISTPIN
Connects the piston to the crankshaft CONNECTINGROD
Part of the crankshaft where the load or work is attached to PTOJOURNAL
Part of the crankshaft where the flywheel is attached MAGNETOJOURNAL
Turned by the gear on the crankshaft, turns once for every 2 revolutions of the crankshaft CAMSHAFT
Takes in air/fuel mixture to the cylinder when open INTAKEVALVE
Allows spent gases to exit the cylinder when open EXHAUSTVALVE
Mixes air with fuel creating a mixture CARBURETOR
Helps regulate the amount of fuel required by engine GOVERNOR
Removes impurities from the incoming air before reaching the carburetor AIRFILTER
Connects armature to spark plug SPARKPLUGWIRE
Causes the electrical current to jump a gap and create a spark SPARKPLUG
The first of the four stroke cycle INTAKE
The stroke where the air fuel mixture is compressed COMPRESSION
The third stroke of four stroke cycle POWER
The stroke of spent gases being pushed out EXHAUST

PARTS OF A CAR Word Search

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BATTERY
BRAKES
CARBURETOR
CHASSIS
ENGINE
FAN
FUEL TANK
HOOD
IGNITION
MUFFLER
ODOMETER
OIL FILTER
RADIATOR
RADIO
SEAT
SPEEDOMETER
SUSPENSIONS
TIRE
TRUNK
WINDSHILLD

Truck Repair Word Search

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Air Dryer
Compressor
Air Conditioning
Diagnose
Cab
Exhaust
Turbo
Transmission
Water Pump
Wiring
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