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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. 1903 Excerpt: ...a soft chamois leather. Not even the brush, sponge or leather should touch any greasy part, or it will spoil the gloss of the varnish. Separate cloths or leathers should be used for the motor and the gearing, these parts being finished last, and care being taken that no grit or dust be wiped into the bearings. It is needless to add that all lubricators, tanks, etc., should be closed during cleaning operations. After having removed all the dirt and water from the car, wipe the bright parts with a rag having a little vaseline on it, and give the chains a coating of tallow and blacklead, which can be kept ready mixed, and applied with a brush like that used for cleaning. Examine your steering gear frequently. Examine your connection between carburetter and inlet valve. This sometimes gets loose and allows air to enter and does not give the right mixture. 1. See that there is plenty of water and gasolene in your tanks. 2. Clean the engine and all the wearing parts thoroughly. 3. Oil every part where there is any friction, except valve terns and sparker shafts. 4. Open relief cock so as to relieve the compression. 5. Switch in battery current. 6. Flush the carburetter by pressing the float down (if it is provided with one) being careful not to give it too much oil. 7. Turn the fly wheel of the engine until it gets an impulse. After the engine is started close the relief cock. In case the muffler smokes considerably it is proof that engine is getting too much gasolene and before throwingm the power the engine must be allowed to run a few minutes until the surplus of gasolene is consumed. Sometimes the smoke comes from there being too much oil on the base or crank case of the engine. Smoke means either too much gasolene or too much lubricating oil. 8. Start oil fr...
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