Left=drivers side. right=passenger side.
Which side is the left side of a car engine?
He’s talking about the engine, which is transverse mounted, thus the left side of the car is the rear of the engine and the right side of the car is the front of the engine, making the front of the cat, the left side of the engine and the rear of the car, the right side of the engine.
What is the left bank of an engine?
Generally if sitting in the drivers seat on a standard mount the left bank is on the drivers side, So on a transverse set up, if you are standing in front of the front of the engine the “left bank” will be on your right side.
Is Left driver or passenger side?
In the US, cars come with the drivers side being on the left. In Australia, the cars come with the drivers side being on the right.
Which side of engine is front?
Relative to the vehicle itself the “front” is on the driver’s side and the “rear” is on the passenger side.
What is rear left?
rear left definition, rear left meaning | English dictionary
Slang; refers to a person’s “bottom,” in American English. A bit more polite than “ass,” less clinical than “buttocks.”
How many banks does a 4 cylinder engine have?
A typical in-line 4-cylinder engine has only one bank (Bank 1). Therefore, in an in-line 4-cylinder engine, the term “Bank 1, Sensor 1” simply refers to the front oxygen sensor. “Bank 1, Sensor 2” is the rear oxygen sensor. A V6 or V8 engine has two banks (or two parts of that “V”).
What is changing vehicle balance from side to side called?
Roll is the term used to describe the sideways shift of weight in a vehicle from left to right, or vice versa. Your vehicle’s balance will shift from one side to the other whenever you steer.