Get To Know The 7 Components of A Car Engine

5 October, 2020

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As the latest variant, the Cortez City Type S has long been awaited by automotive enthusiasts as it carries a highly powerful engine in its class at an affordable price. The car is equipped with an inline 4-cylinder turbo engine, a DOHC, a DVVT with a 1,451 cc capacity. Wuling Cortez City Type S is capable of producing up to 140 horsepower at 5,200 rpm.

With this enormous power, Wuling Cortez City Type S certainly is supported with excellent engine components. To know more about the components that produce extraordinary power in Cortez City Type S, find out below.

Cylinder Block

Cylinder Block

The cylinder block is the most important component and is the basis of a car engine. The main function is to accommodate the crankshaft mechanism. Inside the cylinder block, you can find several engine cylinders, each of which is connected to the piston and crankshaft at the other end of the road. As the piston moves up and down, it transforms the movement of the crankshaft and runs the engine work cycle.

Cylinder Head

Cylinder Head

The cylinder head is an essential component of a car engine that is mounted on the cylinder block. The cylinder head has an important role in the combustion chamber, as it functions to transform heat into energy.

In essence, the cylinder head is made of a very light aluminum alloy with an excellent cooling efficiency and is usually coated with Nikasil. Proper maintenance of the cylinder head provides optimal power and performance to your engine.

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Piston or Torak

Piston or Torak

The piston or Torak is the heart of the engine, which plays a direct role in the combustion process to produce power. The piston that moves up and down generates energy to all parts of the engine, from the crankshaft, flywheel, to the power transfer and drive wheel. The piston head has several shapes, some are convex and some are flat.

Piston Rod or Connecting Rod

Piston Rod or Connecting Rod

The piston rod or connecting rod has the main function to connect the crankshaft and the piston. The piston rod receives power released by the piston and converts it into rotational energy.

Piston Ring

Piston Ring

Although not very visible, a piston ring has a crucial function. The piston ring serves to close the piston with the cylinder block to prevent leakage while the compression process is in progress.

Leaking gas during compression, and oil that enters the combustion chamber can cause problems for the overall car engine. Moreover, the piston ring also aims to reduce excess oils on the cylinder walls.

Crankshaft

Crankshaft

The energy of motion is converted into rotational energy by the crankshaft and subsequently moves the wheel. The crankshaft also has a function to keep the piston in motion so that it can work properly. During the process, the crankshaft moves simultaneously with the piston rod that is installed under the cylinder block.

Crankcase or Oil Pan

Crankcase or Oil Pan

The overall performance of an engine will not run perfectly without a crankcase. A crankcase or oil pan works as a reservoir for engine oil, which is used as a lubricant for all engine components. The crankcase is located beneath the cylinder block and is equipped with an oil plug or drain plug that is added with a bolt and gasket to prevent oil leakage.

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Those are the various components found in a car engine. Although each of these components has a different function, they are interconnected with each other. Providing each of these components with proper maintenance will ensure optimal power for your engine.

Worry not, as part of the Wuling Family, you can perform Cortez City Type S engine maintenance at your nearest Wuling dealer, so that you can always ensure an optimal and comfortable driving experience.

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