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Q: What is the name of the part of an engine that moves up an down inside a cylinder?
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The "cylinder jug" is the cylinder. This is the area that the piston and piston rings moves up and down in when the engine is turning.


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Piston.


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How does a car engine develops?

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What the piston in engine moves down due to combustion but how does it move up?

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Rotates the crankshaft as the piston moves down the cyliner?

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Is the internal combustion engine's fuel burns outside the engine in chambers called cylinders?

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When friction sometimes is a problem?

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