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  • Wide threads, no chips
    are finding their way into gearboxes, clutches, transmission housings, and as valve and cam covers. Magnesium has drawbacks, however, particularly when using conventional fasteners to join or mount parts. The nut-and-bolt approach is costly because it requires thicker joints and wider flanges than
  • 2004 Chrysler Crossfire
    strangers to strike up conversations with me. Introduced as a concept at the 2001 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Crossfire hit production last summer. If this is Chrysler's way of giving its stagnant image a kick in the pants, it's certainly working. The body styling is unusual
  • Testing transmission components in the real world
    but provides little or no information on parameters such as torque, hydraulic pressure, and temperature. In current practice there are two basic methods of testing critical automatic transmission components. The first involves running full vehicle tests on a dynamometer or proving ground

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