Autism Motor -a clean affair
Inside Mom's MotorLooking inside Mom's Motor -Autism insight
The picture is taken of my mother's 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis 4.6 Liter motor. It is taken with webcam and is looking down the oil fill in the valve cover. This motor is so clean inside it shines and you can even read the part numbers on the visible parts! Most so called clean motors of today have a reddish brown hue to them and for sure you could never read the part numbers without scraping the gunk from it. This super clean motor as all my motors runs perfectly idles slowly and doesn't leak oil or have running issues. This Ford 4.6 motor is noted for a few issues but this one is perfectly autistically quiet and idles very slow. The slower a motor can idle the better shape it is in. In fact that is a good sign of over all motor health. If It idles rough "pops and surges" it has some old fashioned 'model T' running issues.
Car motor issues fall into two categories the Model T part and the High Tech.
'Model T' motors, the basis of all "high tech" cars are like Autism so simple, so complicated, so minor and so misunderstood. With my Autistic decibel meter hearing honed to both autism and motors my splinter skill/obession I can hear the motor that other mechanics NEVER hear. If only normal mechanics could hear the decibel meter type noise the motor makes he-she would have a new vision of what they think they understand. They would hear the vacuum leak and instead of replacing the carburetor. They would fix the simple sticking valve or broken valve spring instead of over hauling a motor. If they knew what was up they would never have dirty oil. Dirty Oil is like dirty underwear-you would never wear dirty undergarments. If Mechanics knew where the dirt comers (combustion) they would realize the beloved motor we cherish and call high tech is one step removed from a horse and carriage. Honestly Henry Ford was just tinkering and came up with the obvious piston and cylinder the next step in the evolution from the Roman Chariots and the Stage coach. My Turing Motor however is engineered from the start to be an efficient motor, not an evolution type of thing. Like the Autism that designed The Turing Motor there is little in the way familiar engineering to comfort the expert engineers and professionals of its odd design. The Turing Motor features one central spinning cylinder and runs on Electric Gas and Compressed Air. It is 70% efficient.
When I trouble shoot Model T based motors, normal motors I simply fix the 'model T' and the high tech takes care of itself in better makes. Gone are the days when mechanic knew about ported and manifold Vacuum, gone are times when a valve job did wonders, gone are the days when a vacuum leak even an internal one was fixed and the car ran fine. Today's model T motor we call 'high tech' still have those same issues, but none know to fix them first then worry about the confused computer.
The Mechanics of the world that read this surly think I have wasted my time changing the oil in this car about every 1200 miles but It runs perfect, has no running issues nor has it had repair issues an 80,000 MI car typically shows. The car only got an Oil Filter once or twice a year, the fine dirt that turns the oil black and plugs up your motor and makes the oil like sand paper is never even caught by the oil filter. Oil Filters only get the rocks. This design flaw of Henrys motor is a natural one. My Turing Motor keeps the lube oil seperate from the compression oil, making for more durability.