You ever flip channels while watching TV and stop on Jeopardy! to hear what the current question is, instantly know the answer, then shout it out loud even if you're all alone? You feel pretty superior, don't you? Like, this show's not that hard. Then inevitably you get the next five wrong and give up and switch over to Overweight People Dating In The Dark While Dancing With Stars On a Rock Of Love Bus or some other reality show, right? Us, too. And that pretty much sums up why a Jeep game appears in each issue of Jp. Think of it as "Jeeps for $500, Alex" every month, a game in which you are undeniably superior. And that's why this crossword with an engine theme awaits you. Answers on page 90.
Across 1. Mixes air and fuel before they enter the engine; shorthand is this 4. Found on ceilings and in paper form, too 5. Keeps dirt out of the engine 7. The V in V-6 or V-8 refers to this about it 10 Not a footer 12. Pushrods, lifters, and rocker arms as one word 13. Controls fuel disbursement into the engine 17. Slang for the number of cylinders; also good with mash 19. Like the name implies, it starts the engine 21. This goes up and down in the cylinder 23. Tommy Lee is this (no, not that) 25. This "plug" creates this 26. Pushes the pushrod to make the rocker go up and down 28. If it's not a small-block, it's probably this block 29. Helps send fuel from the tank to the carb or injectors 31. Has lobes that move the pushrods 32. Dynamometer
Down 1. Engine in a box 2. Seal that doesn't like fish 3. Slang for supercharger 6. Double overhead cam 8. You're getting warmer...warmer...cold 9. This spinner is on the end of the crankshaft 11 Beyoncé will be happy the piston has this on it 14. The piston hole 15. Torque spins this 16. A rod connecting piston to crankshaft 18. Why you need an engine hoist 20. Intake and exhaust; best place to heat a burrito 21. Turns the A/C, alternator, and water pump 22. The valve spring determines how much of this on the valve 24. Intake and exhaust; air/fuel in, spent gasses out 27. Other word for timing chain 30. The bottom of the block