THE SECRET OF SUCCESSFUL RUNNING. Examination of privately-owned cars has demonstrated that while some drivers realise the necessity of periodical lubrication of all moving parts, others, who have not been trained as mechanics, content themselves by oiling the parts which come immediately under their eye, and ne-glect other parts, thus allowing the chassis to be injured, to become noisy and inefficient, and their masters to be put to unnecessary expense in repairs. An endeavour has been made in this book by means of copious illustrations, to enable the least experienced owner to satisfy himself if his driver is or is not giving the attention which is indispensible for the economical and satisfactory working of a chassis. First issued January, 1911 (reprinted June, 1920)This would method of detection fails : - (b) aShort circuit a each sparking plug in succession by connecting it by means of a screw driver ... one, and should be changed for another one known to be good (and clean), whcich should always be carried in readiness on the car. ... Trace the wires through the whole electric system, especially the low-tension (the smaller of the two sets of wires), to see that thereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Instructions for the Care of Rolls-Royce Cars|
|Publisher||:||BoD – Books on Demand - 2009|