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FIGURE A-1—Use the information in this chart to answer Question 1.
FIGURE A-2—Use the information in this chart to answer Questions 2 and 3.
FIGURE A-3—Use this photo to answer Question 4.
FIGURE A-4—Use the information in this chart to answer Questions 6 and 7.
FIGURE A-5—Use this illustration to answer Question 8.
FIGURE A-6—In this photo, a technician is checking a small engine measurement with a tool. Use this photo and the specification chart provided to answer Question 9.
FIGURE A-7—Use this illustration to answer Question 11.
FIGURE A-8 contains photos of four different Kawasaki engines. Each engine is labeled with its manufacturer's model number. Below the pictures of the engines is a chart that contains some manufacturer's specifications. Look at the photos and the specification chart, then answer Questions 12 and 13.
FIGURE A-8—The photos and specification chart shown here should be used to answer Questions 12 and 13. (Courtesy of Kawasaki)
FIGURE A-9—This photo should be used to answer Question 15.
FIGURE A-10—Use this photo to answer Question 17.(Kendall ® is a registered trademark of Witco Corporation Greenwich, CT.)
FIGURE A-11—This photo should be used to answer Questions 18 and 19.
A detailed drawing of a twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled small engine is shown in Figure A-12. Note the position of the radiator at the top of the drawing and observe its parts and appearance. Also, note the position and appearance of the flywheel. Because this is a liquid-cooled engine, the flywheel is a smooth disk without cooling fins. Because this is a cutaway drawing, the two cylinder heads can't be seen. However, the cylinder heads used on this engine are also smooth (they have no cooling fins). In the air-cooled engines you've seen before, the flywheels and cylinder heads have all been covered with cooling fins. In the drawing, you can see where the cylinder head would be located. Find the ignition coil (it's labeled in the figure), then follow along the thick spark plug wire to the spark plug. Remember that the spark plug would fit into a hole at about the center of the cylinder head. Thus, the spark plug marks the approximate spot where the cylinder head would be found on this engine.
FIGURE A-12—Use this drawing to answer Question 20.(Courtesy of Kawasaki)
FIGURE A-13—Use this photo to answer Question 21.
Imagine that you're working in an outdoor power equipment repair shop. Your boss points to a riding lawn mower that has just been brought in by a customer. He then hands you the manufacturer's manual and asks you to perform a tune-up on the engine. The riding mower is a model that you've never worked on before, and you don't even know what type of engine it uses. However, when you examine the mower, you find labels that contain the manufacturer's name and model number. You determine that the lawn mower is made by Snapper, and the model number of the mower is 331415KVE.
FIGURE A-14—Use the information in this chart to answer Questions 23 and 24. (Courtesy of Snapper)
FIGURE A-15—Use the information in this specification chart to answer Questions 25 and 26.
FIGURE A-16—Use this photo to answer Question 27.
FIGURE A-17—Use this photo to answer Question 28.
FIGURE A-18—Use this photo to answer Question 29.
FIGURE A-19—Use these photos to answer Question 31 and 32. (Photos B and D courtesy of Kawasaki)
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