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    thrubnut

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    T-34 inside

    Post by thrubnut on Sat Sep 24, 2016 3:44 pm

    What this devices are used for? It is T-34. I never used this tank. I prefer German Pz.IV or Pz.III.
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    Pointer

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    Re: T-34 inside

    Post by Pointer on Sat Sep 24, 2016 5:40 pm

    1 & 2 - coolant (water on summer / glicol on winter) temperature in Celsius degrees, probably of left and right row of cylinders of V12 engine

    3 - oil pressure ( kG per square cm )
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    Re: T-34 inside

    Post by thrubnut on Sat Sep 24, 2016 5:53 pm

    Pointer wrote:1 & 2 - coolant (water on summer / glicol on winter) temperature in Celsius degrees, probably of left and right row of cylinders of V12 engine

    3 - oil pressure ( kG per square cm )
    Thank you, Pointer. I'm still adjusting. How does it help me 1 & 2 - coolant ?
    What is the hi level and down? I'm still puzzled. It is device N3, why do I need this measure? I'm still confused with information.
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    mechanic

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    Re: T-34 inside

    Post by mechanic on Mon Sep 26, 2016 9:48 am

    I think device N3 "oil pressure" corresponds to the engine damage. The temperature should go up in case of damaging.

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