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Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant are credited with the introduction of Chevy in the year 1911. Chevy is one of the most popular and luxurious brands by General Motors. It was in tough competition with Ford Model T. 1912 saw the entry of the "Classic Six". Classic Six was a sedan to accommodate five people with 4.9L and 6-cylinder engine. Chevy had an immense following amongst the people during the 50s and 60s. Impala, one of the most famous brands of Chevy, introduced in the year 1958 was a luxurious car. Another famous model Corvair was introduced in 1960. Other famous models include C 1500, K 1500, Cavalier CS, and Corsica. These models integrate 6.5L, V8 diesel, F1, 4.3L V8 GAS, F1, L4 2.0 and L4, 2.0 engines. Chevy cars had immense popularity as a result of their great performances and powerful engines.
The Chevy engine can be considered to be the heart and soul of the car. Let the oil get into all parts of the engine before driving. Chevy engine pistons move up and down in the cylinders. A connecting rod connects the Chevy engine crankshaft to the engine pistons. A Chevy camshaft controls the timing of letting the fuel and air in and out of the engine at the proper time. The camshaft opens the intake valve allowing the piston to move down the cylinder.
The rings of the Chevy engine piston seal the combustion chamber from the crankcase. Over a time it is but natural the rings will wear out. Once they have worn out, they allow the air to dilute the oil which diminishes the ability of the oil to lubricate the Cadillac engine. This can cause untimely wear. Furthermore, worn out rings also allow oil to enter the combustion chambers through the crankcase. The effect of this is that the oil gets burned and exits the tailpipe as grayish or white smoke. In case if the grayish white smoke does not stop in the first few minutes, it means the rings are worn out.
The Chevy bearings on which the Chevy crankshaft rides can also wear down in due course of time. The Chevy engine crankshaft and the rods, which connect the pistons to the crankshaft, are supported by the bearings. In case if there is some kind of a loud medium pitched noise in the engine, it probably means worn bearings. In due course you might have to replace the entire crankshaft.
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