If you dont put coolant in an engine will that make it not start?
If it's an older vehicle - no. But a newer vehicle might just be clever enough to monitor the coolant level and refuse the engine to be run empty.
When you put it in reverse it make a noses and will not go anywhere but you put it in to neutral it will stop?
well it depends if your wanting to go backwards then you put the car in reverse . or if your wanting to stop then you put the car on neutral.
A few things can happen.You can have reduced cooling from a partially clogged up radiator and the engine will overheat.The heater will put out less heat because it's clogged up partially.Leaks mean loss of coolant, and that means less cooling of the engine and heating of the interior.
The engine will smoke a lot due to the oil in the gas and will run real rough.
3 things every car needs to start. 1. Spark (electrical) - Make sure that your electrical system is operating properly. 2. Fuel - Ensure that the right amount of fuel is being delivered. (check your fuel pump, and fuel filter) 3. Air - If the engine is getting too much air, or not enough it will ...
Running an engine with hydraulic fluid in the oil supply will cause premature bearing failure.Hydraulic fluid is not actually an oil, as such, it is designed for fluid pressure transfer, and not for lubrication.Not way to actually say how long before the premature failure will occur, but occur it...
New 350 create engine will not start. l get spark every were but will not start kicks over but that is it?
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A clogged fuel filter won't allow the fuel to pass in high enough quantities to be able to get to the engine to run.The fuel pump can also fail, meaning there is no way for the car to pump gas to the engine.If your vehicle fails to start don't just let it sit, as the problem may only get worse.
You probably will get some coolant in the engine oil. It would be best to drain the radiator and block before disassembly.
When you put your truck in reverse its making a slipping noise and will not move when you put it into drive from park theres no problem?
Your transmission is done. Take it to a tranny shop.If you have a Manual tranny: Your blocker rings are worn out or you somehow successfully ground the teeth off of a straight gear.If it's an auto tranny: Could be hydraulic valve problems or clutch pack/band problems.
check the fuel pump cut off. Most newer model vehicles have a fuel cut off switch to stop the flow of fuel after an accident. there should be a reset button, either in the trunk, or in one of the front footwells. If you can't find it, call local dealer and they can tell you exact location.
Yes, it is best to use distilled water and the anti-freeze has to be replaced before it gets too cold.!
Your car won't start unless you pushed the shift lever forward in park. After a while it would not start in Park so you put it in Neutral to start and that worked. Now it won't start at al?
The Park and/or Neutral switch is out of adjustment. There is a hidden switch that must be engaged by mechanical means in order for the starter motor to be engaged. This is to prevent accidental starting while the car is in a forward or reverse motion gear, which could result in the vehicle movin...
Absoulutly not. If you have not started the engine, drain all the oil out and let it sit for at least an hour with the drain plug removed. Refill with oil and you will be ok. If you started the engine then also change the filter.A:I would also take it to a service shop asap. This all depends on h...
Possible battery, starter, relay or wiring issues Peobably a dead battery. You can jump start it and let it run to see if it will charge back up. if something was left on, it may be fine. Other than that, check the cables to see if they are corroded. check to see if anything else works like the l...
depending on how much petrol was in the tank and the length of the pipes it could take between 2 - 20 seconds before the engine stopped working
all it will do is kill your engine if alot of it gets sucked up by your fuel pump, or else it will cause your exhaust to appear a little bit white until all of the water is burned off.but if you want to remove it, use seafoam which you can buy at schucks, napa, or autozone, or just put a bottle o...
Using the wrong weight engine oil for that climate,The battery/electrical system is not in good condition,
Hi there.If the coolant leaks out too much, the computer will see this from the coolant temperature and coolant level sensors and shut off the engine to prevent any damage to the engine.If the engine does stall out and begins to overheat, then the engine's head gasket maybe burned or the thermost...
Well, you use the coolant that is specified in your owner's manual.If you just need to top it up, the recommendation is still the same, however it is unlikely to cause any serious problems if you add a litre of a different type of coolant, as long as you follow the manufacturer's maintenance sche...
put fuel in charge battery, insert keys and turn key to start, hey presto.
Unfortunately, the paint job will not affect the speed of the car.
not by just cranking but if you let it run long it can run hot from lack of water flow and blow head gasket or crack ahead allways a good idea to have good antifreeze mixture not by just cranking but if you let it run long it can run hot from lack of water flow and blow head gasket or crack ahead...
Yes, navigation system can be purchased separately.
I put a new pcm in my 02 cavilier and it will not start When you put the stock pcm back in the car starts How do you get the car to start with the new pcm?
find a parts house or dealer that can flash the new PCM, you will need the Vin.# year make and modle.
How to Make Radiator Coolant Pour one gallon of the antifreeze of your choice into a large bucket or large mixing jug.Pour one gallon of distilled water into the bucket or mixing jug. Mix them together thoroughly and use the coolant blend in the car's radiator. Store the coolant blend in a la...
Unless the EGR position sensor is shorting out the 5V reference, NO. If you suspect the sensor, simply unplug it & see if the starts.
Not that simple an answer, as it depends on how complex the engine is. In the simplest form (old engine w/carb, no computer controls), it can be as simple as:1. have engine securely bolted into an engine stand or test strand, as when it tries to start it will rock all over the place.2. hook coola...
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Yes, technically speaking, you can start the engine without coolant. BUT... with no coolant in it, you take the risk of the engine overheating and permanently damaging parts in the engine that are critical for it to operate at all. I stress the importance of the coolant because of the inherant ri...
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Common Causes of Car Engine Crank But Won't Start Lack of Sparks. Lack of spark might be because of a damaged ignition module, a faulty crank position sensor, or a problem in the ignition circuit, such as the wiring, antitheft system, or a malfunctioning ignition switch.Lack of fuel. Low com...
I'm not sure if you are talking about oil or the gas. In case of the gas - It will run. no side effects.
If your vehicle is equipped with a pressurized fuel system it may. The pressurized systems use the gas cap to keep uniform pressure in the fuel system so it can deliver the fuel at the correct rate.
This is a very common problem. You have a faulty TCC solenoid. I have replaced this sensor with very simple tools (a 10 mm socket, a rachet, a gasket scraper, a T15 or T20 Torx driver, and replacement parts). It took me about 1 hour to complete having never done this job befor. The following link...
Why dont the automatic trans not start off in low when in drive have to manually put the gear shift in low to start off?
This problem could be the linkage in the transmission. The transmission could also be going out and would need replaced.
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no i do it all the time with cars whithout brakes. try it ill make this crazy loud sound
Knocking, in which gas burns out of synch with an engine's timing, can damage the motor.But the sensor stops it from occurring and prevents any immediate damage to the engine."If you use fuel with the lower octane rating, our engines will deal with it," said Thomas Plucinsky, a spokesman for BMW.
After driving for about 15 min my 93 skylark will die will start right back up in park but when you put it in gear will die. Will be ok if you leave it for about 1.5 hours?
is ti an auto matic or a standard? If it is a standard it is your clutch otherwise i am not sure.If it is dying as you are slowing or braking-usually braking-and you are getting a front end shudder or vibration, then it is likely your torque control converter. It will restart in Park, but once yo...
The fuel rail is vapor locked. Crack a connection slightly and have someone turn the key on. When you get fuel, tighten the connection.
If the starting problem only happens in the Summer when it is really hot and after a short drive when the engine is hot, it is an overheated neutral safety switch. Many were defective and if you replace it from a junk yard, you can get another bad one.Try this. Keep a container of water in your c...
No it wont hurt anything,as long as you wait till it stops rolling to put in in park.. Ive done it a million times..
This sounds like an ECU problem, the load of the brakes is not being compensated for so when the clutch and brake are applied the rev's fall and drop below what is maintainable for the engine. You should take it for a diagnostics check at a garage and see if anything pops up.
Stainless steel, like the Delorean.
What exactly happens when these coolants are mixed? The coolants chemically react and form a gel rather than a liquid.The water pump overheats and fails due to a lack of lubricant in the coolant.Head gaskets blow, heads warp, and the engine suffers major damage.
no, both trans fluid and brake fluid perform the same function, just have different properties and heat tolerances, make sure a professional flushes the brake system for you, this is the only way to flush it properly
What is that buzzer sound when a car is started and how do you stop the buzzing if it will not go off?
is it a buzzing from the back of the car. it is probably a fuel pump in that case. nuthin to worry about. If your buzzing is coming from under your dash or up by your seat somewhere it is a faulty warning buzzer. If this is the case you will either need to find the buzzer under your dash and disc...
The year, make, model and engine info would help.
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No, but why would you add P/S fluid to your gasoline? No benefit in doing this.
Coolant or water pump problem maybe? It could be your starter, or something else that is similar. Take it into a mechanic. There are a thousand different possiblities these days.
you simply use concentrated prune juice they'll be crapping them self's for hours
Check the neutral safety switch,it is located on the transmission or on the steering column ,under the dash.
Does mixing kerosene with fuel in an octane engine produce a better output if so will it damage the engine?
your car will become a rocket but only for a while because the engine will probably brake.
Depending on the engine model, it can be very expensive. If it locked up, and won't turn over when you try to start it, then the engine is seized. You may consider buying a used engine from a salvage yard, or just sell the car.
That would be the starter.
It could end up popping the reservoir cover off and "burping" the excess coolant out.
first off how cold does it get there the way i do this is to get a compound first (Turtle Wax)or (Mothers) are a few that does a fine job were i live the compound does not freeze so I used that first and then use a paste polish if you compound the car first you may not have to wash it at least I ...
1. Find out where it's leaking from. a. After driving it, look under the hood before it cools down to see if steam is coming from anywhere. (including the radiator cap - mine leaked there) b. before you start it in the morning, see if there's a puddle under the car. Note what's above it.2. If the...
Any scanner with an OBDII hook-up will work on this vehicle. If you can turn the key over and the dash lights up and you have power it will read fault codes.
What would happen is you transmission can break down.Wrong fluid will swell transmission seals, contaminate the clutches.Have the car towed to a shop.change the oil, as the difference in viscoscity will cause excessive friction in the transmission, ultimately wrecking the gearbox.
The vehicle will be repossessed in all likelihood. There is an entire national industry dedicated to locating and securing vehicles with defaulted loans. The people who work in this industry are very good at locating your car, your home, your family, your friends, your place of employment, your b...
Engine Cooling System If your car is overheating, it can be very serious.You shouldn't continue to drive if you see the temperature gauge has moved towards the “hot” side.Your car may not immediately explode or anything like that, but driving with an overheating engine can cause serious damage t...
Myth #2: Diesel engines won't start in the winter.Below about 40°F, certain hydrocarbons in diesel turn gelatinous.“Since an engine depends on aerosolizing fuel, you don't want goopy fuel,” Ciatti explained.
nothing is gonna happen to your glass when the gas is ejacted from the washer, doplets may fall onto paint. PIANT+GAS=BADLY DAMAGED PAINT
A damaged fuel pressure regulator can cause a car not to start.
Your Mazda B2500 overheated you replaced the radiator but the coolant will not enter the block and the engine just heads for the red when you have to shut it off It seems as if it could be air-locked?
It is possible that it is air locked. Try squeezing the upper and lower hoses to release any air and make sure the radiator is full, sometimes jacking up the front helps. It could also be a bad thermostat so replace that if you have not done so already.
Automatic engines don't have gears.... Pls clarify ur question
In addition to overheating and prematurely wearing out the pump, running a car low on fuel tends to pull up the sediment that normally sits at the bottom of the tank.Once the fuel filter is clogged, sufficient fuel will no longer get to the engine, and your car won't run.
their can be a couple of reasons for this, 1- while the car is in gear the drive train is loaded and the assembly is twisted(suspect weak/broken motor mounts) flexing coolant hoses. So there is a possible coolant leak with anything connected to coolant/heater hoses. Check radiator hoses, clamps, ...
Not true. On new cars the AC compressor clutch will disengage while the key is in the Start position. If you are driving something like a 1955 Chevy with an after-market AC, it probably doesn't. I don't know if it is really necessary to shut those off before starting or not, but "they" always sai...
The size of the engine can affect gas mileage. The larger engine produces more power and can use more fuel. The engine size alone does not determine what fuel mileage you will get though. Factors like how heavy the car, gear ratio used, proper maintenance and how aerodynamic the vehicle play a ma...
As most engines of today, are usually made compact to save space it would be relatively smaller than that of the old models.You might want to fabricate your mounting points to hold up your engine properly.You might also need to change the transmission of the old car to fit the new engine.
When you put your car in reverse it will not go in reverse but in drive it is okay Is that a serious and costly job Is that a sign of the transmission needing to be rebuilt?
Yes you need to get a new transmission, because somehow you burnt out your reverse so it wont move in reverse. So you will probably have to get a new one. A cheap one is roughly $2000 give or take $100.
Because the starter uses electricity.
If the battery has more cranking amps than the recommended battery and will fit into the battery carrier box the answer is yes.
A mixture of 50% clean water and 50% straight antifreeze or you can buy coolant already mixed from your local auto parts store.
If you are low on coolant, the coolant likely is leaking somewhere. Diagnostic procedures for coolant loss are as follows:Inspect the radiator cap for cracks or fissures in the rubber seal, or simply replace with a new, correctly rated and designed radiator cap for your make/model of auto. The ra...
Take your foot off the gas and apply it to the break. Then shift from park to either reverse or drive. That usually works.
In general, using water as coolant is OK for a short time or as a "get you home" alternative, but it does not have the anti-freeze and corrosion inhibiting properties of a proper coolant mix, so should not be left in the engine for any length of time, especially if you live in a cold climate.
If you have oil in the radiator and haven't run the car yet, siphon out the oil before it touches any more surfaces in the cooling system.You need to drain the coolant and replace it.Oil in the coolant won't kill the car.It's something that can happen with a bad head gasket.
When the radiator coolant expands it will overflow into the reservoir tank.If the reservoir tank is too full, then it will overflow and spill onto the ground.Later when the radiator cools, the coolant will shrink some and suck the excess it passed to the tank back into the radiator.
By installing your filter backwards, air will have a harder time flowing through the filter and your air handler will have to work harder to make up for the loss of airflow.That arrow must always face toward the furnace and away from the return duct that carries the air in need of heating or cool...
Gasoline engines cannot combust diesel fuel, so the car would stop running.Once that happens, it has to be towed to a shop, and the fuel system needs to be drained.We start by emptying the gas tank.And because the car won't actually run on diesel fuel, there's little risk of damaging the catalyti...
When mixed together they can form a thick, jelly-like substance that can completely stop all coolant flow which can lead to overheating.As the coolant stops flowing, other problems can occur as well such as happens with radiators, water jackets, and even heater cores.The water pump may overheat a...
When your engine cranks but won't start or run, it could mean your engine is having trouble producing a spark, getting fuel, or creating compression.The most common causes are in the ignition (for example, a bad ignition coil) or fuel system (for example, a clogged fuel filter).