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Mk3 mondeo engine loud ticking like grinding all the time.just had problem with injectors.had all 4 replaced.the garage says piston slap

Is this a new noise your hearing? If your mechanic has correctly diagnosed the noise find more info here:

The distinctive noise of a diesel engine is variably called diesel clatter, diesel nailing, or diesel knock. Diesel clatter is caused largely by the diesel combustion process; the sudden ignition of the diesel fuel when injected into the combustion chamber causes a pressure wave. Engine designers can reduce diesel clatter through: indirect injection; pilot or pre-injection; injection timing; injection rate; compression ratio; turbo boost; and exhaust gas recirculation (EGR).

Find more information more here: Diesel engine Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

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How does a diesel electric locomotive work?

Diesel oil is ignited in cylinders of diesel motor which turns a generator, which powers electric motors connected to wheel axles.

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Parts manual for aristo craft dash-9 44cw diesel train

You might try the following link.
Aristo-Craft is no longer in business, but you might try the attached link to the Aristo-Craft forum & ask there.

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Convert 100,000 metric tons of diesel to liters

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Consequental and collateral damages to diesel engines with the use of contaminated used lubricating oil

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Due to the extremely high bearing loadings on diesel engines, if your lubricant has lost its lubricity or is unable to withstand the loads placed on it, the crankshaft main bearings and big end bearings would be subjected to abnormal wear and premature failure. If the oil is in any way contaminated by grit or hard particles, this would affect the cylinders and pistons as well, as well as other moving parts like cam shafts and valve trains. If the engine has a turbo, that is as good as destroyed.
The operating conditions of a diesel engine, even at idle, are under such heavy loading that almost any breakdown in the protective lubricative chain will almost certainly cause terminal damage. For this reason, oil designed for diesel engines is of a much higher specification than normal petrol engine oils.

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Where can I purchase more track for this toy train set? CAT Iron Diesel Train Set found at ToysRUs, Meijer, Target.... The track included makes a small oval, would like to have more track so the train...

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Toyota Caldina cambelt broke. Valve damage?

Sorry to say there is most likely quite expensive damage to the valve train and pistons. A new cam belt can be installed and the motor rotated to see if it is turning freely after which you would do a compression check (lack of compression will indicate bent or broken valves). I've never seen a diesel break a belt and avoid damage, virtually always a catastrophic failure.

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I'm replacing the head gasket on my friends 96 Saturn SL1 SOHC. I've heard 2 different stories about lining up the crankshaft with the camshaft in order to keep the valves from contacting the pistons. my...

Bring the crank to TDC while WATCHING CAREFULLY the camshaft, making SURE that the pistons are moving in the correct sequence as the valve train. Once you have the #1 piston on TDC, Set up your valve train with what looks to be the most logical position. Then and only then should you consider the factory spec for setting the lead/lag time of the valve train, in degrees. Hope this helps....accordianman

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