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Answer: A is correct. Incorrect cam timing will cause rough running and a lack of power and is the most likely cause after an engine overhaul.

 

 


 




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13. After an engine overhaul, the engine runs rough and lacks power. What is the most likely cause?

a. Camshaft out of time
b. Crankshaft out of balance
c. Valves not seated in yet
d. Clogged fuel injectors


a. Correct, incorrect cam timing will cause rough running and a lack of power and is the most likely cause after an engine overhaul
b. Incorrect, although an out of balance crankshaft will cause vibration, it would not cause a lack of power
c. Incorrect, if the valves were properly lapped in, no seating period should be required
d. Incorrect, clogged fuel injectors can cause this symptom but is not likely immediately following an engine overhaul
 

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