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Question 1: This breaks the fuel down into methane, ________, and other lighter-weight fuels.
AldehydeEthanolAlkaneAlcohol

Question 2: Pierburg carburetor, in Volvo, VW and ________
Direct-Shift GearboxAudi QuattroAudiAudi 100

Question 3: These are introduced for reasons such as response, fuel efficiency or ________.
Vehicle emissions controlAir pollutionUnited States emission standardsCatalytic converter

Question 4: ________ carburetors are typically sidedraft, because they must be stacked one on top of the other in order to feed the cylinders in a vertically oriented cylinder block.
Trolling motorFour-stroke engineOutboard motorTwo-stroke engine

Question 5: Beginning in the late 1930s, downdraft carburetors were the most popular type for automotive use in the ________.
PhilippinesAlaskaCanadaUnited States

Question 6: 1994 (Light truck) : ________[5]
ToyotaSuzukiNissan MotorsIsuzu

Question 7: The most common variable venturi (constant depression) type carburetor is the sidedraft ________ and similar models from Hitachi, Zenith-Stromberg and other makers.
MG MGBSU carburetorAustin A40SU Carburetter

Question 8: Carburetors were the usual fuel delivery method for almost all gasoline-fueled engines up until the late 1980s, when ________ became the preferred method of automotive fuel delivery.
Ignition systemTurbochargerThrottleFuel injection

Question 9: A catalytic carburetor mixes fuel fumes with water and air in the presence of heated ________ such as nickel or platinum.
OxygenAlkeneHydrogenCatalysis

Question 10: In some carbureted cars it is automatically controlled by a ________ employing a bimetallic spring, which is exposed to engine heat, or to an electric heating element.
Measuring instrumentInternal combustion engineBuilding automationThermostat
















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