I have a daewoo racer 1995, and the petrol gauge seems to be reading wrongly, that is, it reads half full when it is less than half full, or reads almost empty when it is half full........How is this checked or fixed?
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Clean the ball joints with a dry rag and examine the rubber seals. If
the seals are cracked or torn the ball joints must be replaced Place a dial indicator against the lowest point on the wheel rimPlace one hand on the top of the tire and one hand on the bottom. Pull out on the top and push in on the bottom. Record the reading on the dial indicator.Compare the readings. If the difference is greater than 0.125 inches. The ball joints should be replaced
There is no adjustment on the oil pump, the machine should run out of fuel before it runs out of chain oil, if this is how it is there is no problem, if not the oil is most likly leaking out of the tank
This depends on the language you are best at reading. Many great physisists have come from Germany and Austria. You may want to look into the language that is best understood by you. Special Therory is difficult enough to usderstand in your good language let alone a foreign one ;) Good luck
Don't add oil to the fuel tank, it doesn't mix well in there and you'll almost always use too much oil. Mix your two-cycle oil and petrol in a gas can to get a 50:1 mixture. Read the directions on the two-cycle oil bottle for how much to use and put the oil in the can first so the petrol will mix well with it as you add it to the can.
look to the connection of the tach wire, see if its on the green wire of the coil, if it is, then clean the connection and see if that helps, if it still doesnt work properly you may have a faulty gauge
Is it the factory oil guage? Is it an electronic or mechanical guage? if it is mechanical that means you actually have a small diameter tube from the engine to the dash area, which may have a kink or bend in it. If it is electronic then your dealing with a wire which can have a slight short in it or a bad connection. REMEMBER!!!!!!!!!
An oil guage that works properly will have up and down readings. When the RPM's increase, so should the oil pressure guage. when you are not running the engine( idleing) the guage will read lower and sometimes bounce back and forth around 5 PSI. sometimes more depending on the grade of oil, how hot the engine is and how old is the oil.
Micrometers must be calibrated at 4 spots around the barrel and at zero and full scale to be
truly accurate. You will have to send it to a calibration lab or back
to Starrett for a full calibration because they will check it with gauge blocks of known length and verify the spindle and anvil surface flatness.
If you are only concerned with the zero and not as much about the full
accuracy of the tool, then you can reset the zero yourself. With the
mic fully closed (spindle and anvil touching), turn the barrel with the
funky, half circle shaped wrench that came with the mic in the box.
There is a little hole in the barrel where the nub on the wrench will
fit then you just turn it until it reads zero. Good luck.