01 S10 V6 will only start by quickly cranking the engine Will not start when cranked continuously?
it sounds like the timing
if the timing belt is not moving when engine is cranking,it means you have broken a cam,or a belt pulley.do not keep cranking as you can damage other parts of the engine such as the valves Read More
Most engine starters are series-parallel wound DC motors. They are designed for very short cycle operation, and pull a lot of power in order to develop the torque required to start an engine; power that will destroy them and/or the battery if they are used continuously. Read More
generally , cranking an engine is done with igniton where turning is done by hand with the ignition off so as it will not start Read More
If the engine is "cranking" then it is "turning over". Please be more specific. Read More
Its sounds like the distributor or distributor cap/rotor,something in the timing may be off. High tension cable may be broken, or connectors poor. Or you may have cranked so much that the engine is flooded with fuel, so wait a couple of hours and try again. Read More
I would remove the fuel line and hold it over a container while cranking the engine over; I suspect you may find a weak fuel pump that needs replacement. I hope this helps you. Mark u may have low fuel pressure to. Read More
Hydro or hydraulically locked. Read More
Only if the engine is not cranking. Otherwise the problem is engine related. Read More
when cranking the engine the battery voltage should not fall below 9.6volts if so replace battery Read More
The cold cranking amps that are required to start your Ford 2.5 liter engine is dependent upon the outside temperature. 450 cranking amps are required at a temperature of 32 degrees. Read More
Generally, Cranking the engine refers to the initial process of any vehicular engine's start. Please also Refer: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/crank http://www.answers.com/topic/crank Read More
For the 5.4 liter V8 engine in a 2001 E-350 the owners manual shows that the optional battery is 750 cold cranking amps ( they also show that the 6.8 liter V10 engine has a standard battery that is ( 650 cold cranking amps ) and the optional battery is ( 750 cold cranking amps ) Read More
The starter would still crank the engine but the engine will fail to run. Read More
By overheating, by ice if exposed to cold with not enough antifreze in the coolant. By overpressure if they get flooded and cranked, or if its a turbo engine with a faulty wastegate. Read More
Backfiring is usually an indication of a lean condition. When it does it during cranking, it's probably timing related. Read More
It prevents engine cranking unless the clutch pedal is pressed. Read More
What voltage should I have at the coil with key on and with cranking the engine I have 12.5 with key on and 10.4 with cranking the engine. 70 VW Beetle with no spark.?
Those numbers are okay. Check the condition and gap at the points, clean and regap (.016"-.020") if necessary replace them. Read More
How can you find out if your engine is ruined from your car overheating Why is it not cranking since your engine ran hot?
If it won't turn at all you may have caused a problem. Check to see if you can turn the engine by hand. Does the starter click and the engine start to move? I guess I don't understand what you mean when you say it is not cranking. If you want to pursue this problem any further, contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
== == If the engine is rotating when the starter is engaged then it is cranking which is the same as turning over. Check to see if you have spark and or fuel. There is not a fuse for cranking. Read More
when the engine is cranking, the crank will turn but the valves will not work. if timing belt has failed cranking can bend valve stems so be very careful what you are doing Read More
Remove distributor cap Have assistant crank engine and check to see if rotor is turning as engine is cranked Read More
a lot depends on the engine??possibly a problem with the choke,or a solenoid if a diesel. Read More
engine backfire during cranking. Read More
While driving 98 Lumina sudennly engine just shut down Car would crank but wouldn't stay cranked What is wrong?
Had to disconnet my radio it was shorting out the engine. Read More
one of the tell tale signs of crank angle sensor failure is the engine does not start straight away and may take some time to do so .Another way to tell is whilst cranking engine pour water over sensor notice how quickly the engine starts this problem is prevelant in late model holdens Read More
batteries are rated for cranking amps and cold cranking amps.. in warm or hot conditions your engine oil is also warm and not thick so your batteries do just fine.. now in cold weather conditions your engine oil is thick so your battery doesnt have the potential to crank the engine Read More
If the battery and starter is cranking the engine over, the engine needs fuel, compression and spark to run. More info would help us help you. Read More
By "will not stay cranked", I assume the engine runs and shortly dies. The engine is dying due to either fuel starvation or overflooding. Conditions that would cause this are: clogged fuel filter; fouled/bad spark plug; plug gapped wrong; fuel float not operating correctly; carburetor needs to be reset. Read More
My 1995 Ford Explorer XLT with a 4.0 L - V6 engine came with (a 650 cold cranking amp battery ) Read More
"Cranking Amps" are the amount of amps required for the starter to crank the engine. Automobile batteries are measured in "cold cranking amps." That's the amperage capacity of the battery in cold weather. Read More
There are two sensors one in the engine block and one behind the crankshaft pulley Read More
biggest problem with ford starters burning out is caused by a bad battery and prolonged engine turning over if hard to start. if starter has been replaced, your battery may not have correct cranking amps. bare in mind that a hot engine actually takes more cranking amps than a cold engine to start. Read More
If your 2004 Jeep 4.0 engine has cranked up at full throttle, take it to a professional mechanic. Read More
No, it will not. Low oil & or pressure will not prevent the engine from starting. Read More
4 cylinder engine / BCI group size ( 96R ) / 500 to 590 cold cranking amps ( CCA ) V6 engine / BCI group size ( 40R ) / 650 cold cranking amps Read More
You remove the upper timing belt cover and look at the belt while cranking the engine over. You remove the upper timing belt cover and look at the belt while cranking the engine over. Read More
Something that is not a stock engine. The highest performance engine for that year was the L-82 cranking out an anemic 210 hp. Read More
When you were changing the oil in your Mazda rx 8 you cranked it with oil cap off now check engine light is ondid i hurt the engine?
As long as it was full of oil when you cranked it, you did no damage whatsoever. The check engine light came on because the ECU detected a problem with the emissions system which was the cap missing. Have the check engine light reset and you will be fine. You can disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 minutes which may or may not reset the light. If not, it will have to be reset… Read More
Replace the camshaft sensor Read More
Push the gas pedal all the way to the floor while cranking the engine. Read More
Try putting the pedal to the floor while cranking it Read More
It would depend on the engine type, petrol or Diesel. Essentially for an engine to work, you need two or three conditions to be met. 1)Fuel 2)Compression 3)Spark (petrol engine only). In addition to this the engine needs to be spun by the starter motor (or push start) at sufficient speed. In order to answer the question without writing pages and pages of text, more information is needed. 1)Petrol or Diesel engine 2)Battery condition and… Read More
I have a 1993 mercury sable with a 3.0L what should the fuel pressure while cranking it wont start and i have 28 psi while cranking engine?
Just put a new pump in mine and it now has 89.52psi. 28psi is very low. Read More
No. Battery cranking amperage has nothing to do with engine idling. There are a lot of potential issues from vacuum issues to ignition. Read More
cca is 'cold cranking amps' in other words how many amperes can a given battery supply to crank a cold car engine. A good battery can give 400 amps for cold cranking. Read More
either your starter is bad or u have engine problem idiot Read More
Why would a test light placed on the distributor side of the coil flicker when the engine is cranked?
It is normal. In order for you to create a spark, the coil has to open and close. Read More
If the engine is cranking over fast(starter and battery ok) and it just won't start, it could be alot of things If the engine is cranking slowly, it could be the starter, the battery, or the alternator(not charging the battery) check your cables from the battery to the engine and the body... good luck d Read More